As human rebellion threatened to undermine God`s ultimate goal (i.e. to bless all nations with the "blessing of the descendants" of Abraham), Mosawe`s covenant also included the means by which the Lord and Israel could be maintained: service of sacrifice, especially on the day of the sacrifice of atonement (Lv 16), would ritually sow for the sin of Israel and symbolically express God`s forgiveness. Jesus exercises not only a permanent, perfect and heavenly priesthood (Heb 7:23-8:6), but the covenant, Of which he is the mediator, "is founded by better promises" (He 8, 6b), declared in the form of "eternal redemption" (9,12) and an "eternal inheritance" (9,15), which is protected by the blood of Christ (He 9, 11-10, 18), and later described as "Heb of the Eternal Covenant" (13:20). Like Paul, the opposition is therefore not between something bad and good, but between something good (but temporal) and something better (because, unlike the old covenant, the novelty is unbreakable and eternal). So that`s the conclusion of a contract. So far, so good. What is an alliance? Now, let us limit the framework a little more to biblical covenants, and in fact, let us limit it even more to what we might call divine covenants - or covenants initiated by God. What is a divine covenant? A divine covenant is a binding agreement or a promise that God has initiated between him and one or more other parties. There are now two forms of divine covenants: conditional and unconditional. A conditional alliance is, as the name suggests, an alliance with conditions imposed on those involved.
Think of it as a "if, then" promise of God. If the person did, then God will do B. Now, here`s what distinguishes this from a treaty: once the person has done, God B will do anything. There is no opt-out. An unconditional alliance is also, as the name suggests: an unconditional alliance, relies on the promises made. There is no "yes, then" aspect. God promises to do something. As these divine covenants are initiated by God, they are supported by His character. That`s why they`re absolutely reliable. Moreover, they are initiated by God to His glory and to our good. Unlike treaties, which are motivated by a self-guided desire of each party involved, divine covenants have an external nature - God makes a promise that benefits the person or those involved.