Walk With Strong Faith And Experience

Joel Cupps
Joel Cupps Author Interview

Your Costly Blood Covenant gets every reader to critically and deeply think about the blood covenant between believers and their creator. Why was this an important book for you to write?

This is such an important topic because the blood covenant is the foundation for everything in a Christian’s relationship with God. We not only need to know that we have a relationship with The Lord, but it is just as important for each one of us to accurately define that relationship. And when we see our relationship with the Lord the same way He does, then we can walk with strong faith and experience a deeper and more powerful relationship with God.

What were some important ideas for you to explore in this book?

One of the greatest areas to explore was the differences between the Old Testament and the New Testament, which are the old and new covenants. Christians must not only understand the first covenant between God and Israel, but recognize how the new covenant is a better covenant with better promises.

What is a common misconception you feel people have about their blood covenant?

One of the biggest misconceptions about the blood covenant is that many believers don’t even recognize that the New Testament is a blood covenant filled with God’s irrevocable promises rather than a book of religious doctrines written by mere men. When we understand that what God has sworn to do in the Bible is based on His faithfulness and integrity rather than mere words written by men, we can be certain that when we believe and trust Him, He will do exactly as He has promised.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

I have thought about writing a book on the characteristics and attitudes of a covenant-minded believer, but I have not set a timeline for its completion yet.

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Countless Christians have endured strong doses of religious tradition disguised as Christianity. They attend church on Sundays and read their Bibles daily, but they still sense a spiritual void. Nothing seems to fill it, and ultimately they wonder, “Is there anything else? Does a relationship with God offer me more than attending services and memorizing Bible verses?”
The answer is yes! Over two thousand years ago, the most precious blood covenant was created between almighty God and the Lord Jesus. Their unbreakable relationship clearly demonstrates God’s supernatural love for all people. It provides the opportunity for the most intimate fellowship possible with the One who sees our salvation as worth the life of His Son. This holy bond perfectly fulfilled one covenant and established a far better one. In this new covenant, God has guaranteed complete salvation with even greater promises for every part of life. Today anyone can surrender a hard, corrupted life in the world for a glorious life in the kingdom of God. All who believe in and receive Jesus as Savior can freely access this beautiful relationship and then discover the abundant riches of a covenant relationship with God.

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