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May 2013

Covenant Part 3 of 5

Excerpts from the book "MASKED" by R.A. Vukovich 

If Only He Knew 
One story I have read countless times is the story of a young man who had been crippled at the age of five. Although the story may not have occurred exactly this way, I think you will get the picture. This man had spent his childhood hiding out in a remote village—hiding out in fear of the one man who would want him dead, a man whom he was told his grandfather did not trust. The man had been found and summoned before this tyrant.

Covenant-Part Two of Five

One of these threads or characteristics is a bond—a bond of life and death, administered with sovereignty. “When God enters into a covenantal relationship with men, He sovereignly institutes a life and death bond.”7 When people enter into a covenant with one another, this bond of life and death is still instituted. We see this in various cultural covenants. “The result of a covenant commitment is the
establishment of a relationship. A covenant commits people to one another.”8 
One of the obvious covenants is in the institution of marriage.

The Blood Covenant Part 1 of 5

Excerpts from the book "MASKED" by R.A. Vukovich 

The Blood Covenant 

Blood Brothers 
Two men stood opposite one another, focusing on what they must do. They hardly noticed the bright red bloodstains on the ground from the animals that had been divided in half as a sacrifice for this occasion. Witnesses stood in anticipation as a covenant was being cut. In a figure-eight pattern, both men walked through the blood of the flesh lying opposite one another. Their feet were covered in the blood of the slain animals, leaving bloody footprints where they walked.
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