by David Engelsma and Herman
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Foreword - v
Chapter 1: The Covenant We Are Called to Keep (Study
Questions on Chapter 1)
Chapter 2: Keeping God's Covenant in the Church (Study
Questions on Chapter 2)
Chapter 3: Keeping God's Covenant in Marriage (Study
Questions on Chapter 3)
Chapter 4: Keeping God's Covenant in the Home (Study
Questions on Chapter 4)
Chapter 5: Keeping God's Covenant & the Exercise of Discipline (Study
Questions on Chapter 5)
Chapter 6: Keeping God's Covenant & the Antithetical Life (Study Questions
on Chapter 6)
About the British Reformed Fellowship
"the keeping of God's covenant always occupies the first place in His
service" (Comm. on Lev. 2:13).
The Triune God
remembers His covenant: "He hath remembered his covenant for ever, the
word which he commanded to a thousand generations" (Ps. 105:8). How few
are imitators of God in this!
us to remember His covenant: "Be ye mindful always of his covenant; the
word which he commanded to a thousand generations" (I Chron. 16:15). How
quickly we forget!
God's covenant involves keeping it by obeying His Word out of gratitude
for His salvation of us in Jesus Christ: "But the mercy of the Lord is
from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him, and his
righteousness unto children's children; to such as keep his covenant, and
to those that remember his commandments to do them" (Ps. 103:17-18).
everywhere who seek sound, practical, biblical instruction as to keeping
God's covenant will welcome the publication of this helpful book. After
the first chapter's explanation of the nature of the covenant which we are
called to keep, the five succeeding chapters explain what it is to keep
God's covenant in the church, in marriage, in the home, in parental
discipline of children and in an antithetical life.
The six chapters
of this book were originally the six main addresses at the 2004 British
Reformed Fellowship (BRF) Biennial Family Conference at High Leigh,
Hertfordshire, England. The members of the BRF rightly decided that these
speeches deserved further circulation in book form. As you read on, I
trust that you will have cause to thank our heavenly Father for providing
you with this edifying publication.
The two authors,
David Engelsma and Herman Hanko of the Protestant Reformed Churches in
America, are members, husbands, fathers, pastors and professors in
Reformed and, therefore, covenantal churches. Both have kept, preached and
written about God's covenant of friendship in Jesus Christ for many years.
Works on this grand theme are included amongst their many books. Prof.
Hanko has penned God's Everlasting Covenant of Grace (1988) and
We and Our Children (revised edition 2004). Prof. Engelsma has
contributed The Covenant of God and the Children of Believers
(2005) and Trinity
and Covenant: God As Holy Family (2006). Keeping God's
Covenant is a worthy addition to their books on the covenant,
especially from its practical perspective. I commend this book to you with
the prayer that it may be used to increase the church's covenant
consciousness leading to more faithful covenant keeping to the honour of
the Triune God.
Click here for a review of this book from the British Reformed Journal
Click here for a review of this book from the Protestant Reformed
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