The Davidic Covenant (2 of 4) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Christmas Prophecies
I Chronicles 17:11-14
Today we want to continue in our lessons about "The Christmas Prophecies". We are talking about prophecy and we have an example in the lesson today about how prophecy comes true. Today we are going to talk about "The Davidic Covenant". By Davidic Covenant we mean the covenant that God made with David. God made several covenants with His great mean in the Old Testament time hundreds of years before Christ. He made a covenant with Satan and He made a covenant with Eve. We studied that covenant last time. He said to Satan the serpent, the woman will crush your head and you will bruise her heel. That is a covenant that is a promise that God made. He made a covenant with the woman saying you will be victorious over Satan. Your seed will be victorious over the seed of Satan. Your offspring will be victorious over the offspring of Satan. And we understand that to be the offspring of the woman, Israel who produced the Lord Jesus Christ so eventually the offspring of the woman is Christ Himself the Messiah. And He would be victorious over the offspring of Satan and that is the antichrist. That was fulfilled at Calvary and it will be fulfilled again at Armageddon.
Now today, He makes the covenant with David. And what He said to David was I am going to put someone on your throne that will be in your lineage, which will rule on your throne forever. David, when you die, your lineage will not die. When you die, your seed will not die. There will be someone who will be in your royal line who will rule on the throne of David forever.
I Chronicles 17:11-14 (NIV) "When your days are over and you go to be with your fathers, I will raise up your offspring to succeed you, one of your own sons, and I will establish his kingdom. He is the one who will build a house for me, and I will establish his throne forever. I will be his father, and he will be my s ...
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