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Covenant of Grace

Faith to the Promise

by T. L. Means



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/8/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781664259874
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781664259881
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781664259867

About the Book

The Bible speaks about Jesus’s birth, death, resurrection, and ascension as the gospel of salvation, generally occurring between 9 BC to AD 30. As Christians, connecting the dots from Jesus’ death helps us understand the chronological starting point of the dispensation of grace. To know Christ’s life events, we need to follow customs and traditions involving the Jewish culture. In Covenant of Grace, author T. L. Means details the years mentioned, clarifying the final seven years of the Bible, as explained through the Jewish feasts.
He answers many question and make arguments based on factual constructive criticism, such as:
• What do we know about dates in the Bible?
• Are there different calendar systems used to form a chronological order of events?
• Is it God’s will for us to know how the final years will begin and end without the repercussion of being judged by God?
Truth from the word of God allows us to justify its reality of biblical truth from historical events. There is probable cause in every circumstance of life. The root of it is either grounded in facts of truth or it is left in the challenge of probable truth without circumstantial evidence. Covenant of Grace embarks on scholarly research to find sourced evidence about the cause and effect of life’s truth.

About the Author

T. L. Means has found faith through grace to overcome physical challenges. He is grateful to people placed in his path who offered accommodations to help him see success during his academic studies. The theology and biblical knowledge gained guides him to transition profound thoughts from essentials within unity, nonessentials at liberty, and, in everything said, in love. His life belongs to the Lord as God directs him within the everlasting covenant of grace.