God's Covenant of Grace: A study of the covenant of grace God made in Genesis 15 and how it provides salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.

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The prominence of God's grace in Scripture and what it provides for man and the use of covenants in sealing agreements between individuals are revealed in this book. God's Covenant of Grace reveals that all grace is provided through the benefits of a covenant of grace God made with Himself in Genesis 15. The grace of God provides salvation to the lost, enables the saved to serve, and meets the needs of all who are trusting in Him. But, God does not have a large reservoir filled with grace to draw from to provide what man needs. Neither is grace something He creates as needed. Grace is available to man as a fruit of the covenant the Father made with the Son in the presence of Abraham. The making of a Biblical covenant was much more than a promise or a vow. It was actually a cutting of a covenant that involved the shedding of blood. The ones entering a covenant made a commitment that would last a life time and pledged their lives to the keeping of the covenant. In Genesis 15, Abraham was told to cut up sacrifices suitable for the making of a covenant, but the actual covenant was made between the Father and the Son. It was a covenant of grace that confirmed the promise God made to Abraham in Genesis 12. The book reveals how the nation of Israel repeatedly called on God throughout the Old Testament claiming the benefits of the covenant of grace. When Jesus came to earth, died on the cross, arose from the dead, and ascended back to the Father, He was in fact the Seed of Abraham fulfilling what He had promised when making the covenant of grace with the Father in Genesis 15. All of God's grace is available to all members of Adam's race because of the covenant of grace. Readers of God's Covenant of Grace are continually reminded that, on the occasion of their need and at the time of their request, God's grace will be sufficient for them.

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David E. (Ed) Steele was born on March 8, 1941, and raised in Lamar County near Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He was saved at the First Baptist Church of Oak Grove in 1952. A graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in Mathematics and Physics, he was an Aerospace Engineer in NASA’s space program from 1962 – 72. He surrendered to God’s call to the ministry in 1969. He served as Pastor at the Antioch Baptist Church (Picayune, MS), Unity Baptist Church (Greenville, MS), Westover Baptist Church (Hattiesburg, MS), and Mount Gilead Baptist Church (Columbia, MS). He is married to Barbara McRaney Steele and they are the parents of four children and have two granddaughters and a step-granddaughter.

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