God speaks of the divine promises in unconditional terms.
The upshot of these oracles of promise is that God honors the covenants made with Israel’s royal and priestly leadership, as promised long before (see 1 The judge who anointed the first two kings of Israel More 7:14-16; Numbers 25:10-13). God will honor them forever (Prophet who condemned Judah's infidelity to God, warned of Babylonian conquest, and promised a new covenant More 33:14-16 is essentially repeated from 23:5-6). God understands the divine self to be bound to these covenants and so, given the divine faithfulness, God cannot back away from these commitments.
These promises are grounded in the A covenant is a promise or agreement. In the Bible the promises made between God and God's people are known as covenants; they state or imply a relationship of commitment and obedience. More with Built the ark in which his family and the animals were saved from a flood More (Genesis 8:21-22; 9:8-17), as was the Because Israel had broken the old covenant, the prophet Jeremiah declared that God would establish a new covenant, one that would be written on the heart. The New Testament is often referred to as the New Covenant because Jesus came to fulfill the law and... More (Jeremiah 31:35-37). No one could break that covenant, and hence, it is impossible that God could break the covenants with Second king of Israel, David united the northern and southern kingdoms. More and the Levites (or house of Moses' brother and spokesman, and Israel's first high priest. More). The increase of their offspring is as certain as the impossibility of counting the sand and the stars.
In the face of those who would claim that Israel’s election has been forfeited (33:24), the promises are even more sharply articulated, going way back to the promises to God promised that Abraham would become the father of a great nation, receive a land, and bring blessing to all nations. More, Son born to Abraham and Sarah in fulfillment of God's promise More, and The son of Isaac and Rebekah, renamed Israel, became the father of the twelve tribal families More (33:25-26). The offspring of Israel from every future generation can count on these promises come what may. The future of this people will be marked by an ongoing experience of the Mercy is a term used to describe leniency or compassion. God's mercy is frequently referred to or invoked in both the Old and New Testaments. More of God.