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Andrew Murray explains the Two Covenants, an excerpt from his Introduction:

It is often said that the great aim of the preacher ought to be to translate Scripture truth from its Jewish form into the language and the thought of the nineteenth century, and so to make it intelligible and acceptable to our ordinary Christians. It is to be feared that the experiment will do more harm than good. In the course of the translation the force of the original is lost. The scholar who trusts to translations will never become a master of the language he wants to learn. A race of Christians will be raised up, to whom the language of God’s Word, and with that the God who spoke it, will be strange. In the Scripture words not a little of Scripture truth will be lost. For the true Christian life nothing is so healthful and invigorating as to have each man come and study for himself the very words in which the Holy Ghost has spoken. 

• A Covenant God 
• The Two Covenants: Their Relation 
• The First Covenant 
• The New Covenant 
• The Two Covenants — in Christian Experience 
• The Everlasting Covenant of the Spirit 
• The New Covenant: A Ministration of the Spirit 
• The Two Covenants: the Transition 
• The Blood of the Covenant 
• Jesus, the Mediator of the New Covenant 
• Jesus, the Surety of a Better Covenant 
• The Book of the Covenant 
• New Covenant Obedience 
• The New Covenant: a Covenant of Grace 
• The Covenant of an Everlasting Priesthood 
• The Ministry of the New Covenant 
• His Holy Covenant 
• Entering the Covenant: with all the Heart

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