In a covenant God makes promises and in exchange asks the other party (Abram) to fulfill certain commitments. Within the whole bible, God makes a total of 5 covenants God (Noah, Abraham, nation of Israel, King David and the New Covenant).
From reading Genesis 17 we understand about the partnership God makes with Abram (covenant). In this chapter, God speaks / talks to Abraham 5 times.
The chapter has two different parts, (1) Abram becomes Abraham (1-14), and (2), the promise of Isaac (15-27).
Reading verses 6-8 we see God making five "I will" statements.
I will make you extremely fruitful. Your descendants will become many nations, and kings will be among them! “I will confirm my covenant with you and your descendants after you, from generation to generation. This is the everlasting covenant: I will always be your God and the God of your descendants after you. And I will give the entire land of Canaan, where you now live as a foreigner, to you and your descendants. It will be their possession forever, and I will be their God.”
Genesis 17:6-8 NLT
Within part 1, I mention only between verses 6-8 because that's part of one of the total 5 blocks within the chapter where God speaks / talks to Abraham.
There's a clear presence of the number 5.
What's the significance of using five times "I will"?