Covenant [noun]

Definition of Covenant:

pact, promise

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Sentence/Example of Covenant:

The scene is the covenant made between the two first persons of the Trinity on Mount Moriah.

The solemn league and covenant burned by the common hangman at London, and afterwards throughout the country.

The term covenant designating their relation to him as a people is not figuratively applied to it.

Besides having parties,—one essential of a covenant in its proper acceptation, this relation with God has conditions.

Covenanting in civil life is the exercise of entering into a covenant engagement, or of renewing it.

As far above the interference of man as is the government of the external universe, is that designated the covenant, as ordained.

Were it so, there should be no ground for admitting the fact of any covenant even among men.

A covenant is a mutual voluntary compact between two parties on given terms or conditions.

The covenant is often represented as forsaken both as a covenant and as a law; but is exhibited as gone into only as a covenant.

Hence, a covenant made in the exercise of Covenanting, is a covenant not essentially new.