The ‘New Covenant’ is NOT with Gentiles…


The provocative title is true and intended to get your attention.  Simply, the New Covenant is NOT with the Gentiles. That is not to say Gentiles can’t enter in, because Ephesians 2 and Romans 9-11 teach that they can, however, they immediately stop being Gentiles and become a part of Israel.

Until one understands this and the attendant implications (Torah to be written on their heart), they simply do not understand Scripture nor can they correctly assemble prophecy.  Hard to swallow, I know. 

Study it out.  How many eternal promises are there to Israel?  To the ‘house of Israel?’  To the ‘house of Judah?’  To ‘Ephraim?’

Christian doctrine ignores these glaring pieces precisely because they do no understand them.  I was a pastor.  Seminary trained.  I nor my professors understood these things, yet in His mercy, Abba is restoring the ancient paths (Jer. 6:16-19) and recovering His flock.

Dare to ask God to open your eyes to ALL of His Word.

About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!
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15 Responses to The ‘New Covenant’ is NOT with Gentiles…

  1. Barry says:

    I am also am fond of telling my Evangelical friends there are no Evangelicals in the New Covenant.

    34 They will not teach again, each man his neighbor and each man his brother, saying, ‘Know the LORD,’ for they will all know Me, from the least of them to the greatest of them,” declares the LORD, “for I will forgive their iniquity, and their sin I will remember no more.” Jeremiah 31:34 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

    Actually this is often the ice breaker I use before encouraging them to understand that the New Covenant is exclusively with Judah and Israel.

    Great Post, Barry

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  2. Phil says:

    Pete, good series of short articles. Good ‘food for thought’. I have worked with seminary trained chaplains now over 30 years – still do but I am not clergy. What was the primary question you had or had answered that moved you away from your Western-Seminary Christian thinking to walking in Torah?


    • Pete Rambo says:

      The first burning question was, ‘what was the praxis of the Acts “church?”‘ Not far behind was research into the history of Christmas, then it was game on. Eyes opened… I began to critically hold every thing I believed to the Light if Scripture and began tossing man made doctrines in the trash where they belong.


      • Phil says:

        I have a Land Nav application – Known Point. Acts is a key Known Point. What took place from the end of Acts to say 4th century was a shock for me. My journey began on 30 Jan 15 with a prayer, ‘Lord, show me the Truth and a very real reply, I will. And here I am!:-) Blessings.

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      • Pete Rambo says:

        Shalom and welcome. Good illustration.


  3. So, it appears that the “new covenant” is a marriage contract with Jews. Only the married ones who do the laws of the covenant can partake of the benefits of the covenant.


    • Pete Rambo says:

      Agreed, except I would reword as, “…a marriage contract with All Israel.”

      Often, ‘Jew’ is assumed to be synonymous with ‘Israel,’ when Scripture actually tells a different story… House of Israel and House of Judah… Worth studying out.


  4. Laura Jarvis says:

    Yes, we must cross over and come under the Kanaph of Boaz as Ruth and not go back to what we came from as her sister Orpah did. …”Your people shall be my people and your God my God’ Ruth 1:16

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  5. Sue in Aqaba says:

    Pete, can you link your blog to Kelly’s Facebook page so we can ‘share’ to our own Facebook pages? It is frustrating not to be able to pass your stuff along to a larger audience!!! LOVE this and want to ‘share’ it!! Thanks, brother, for a well-said and well-presented statement.

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