The Hebrew Word For Covenant (I.e. A Formal Agreement) Is
True love translates into an attachment of sacrifice to the other party and assumes the obligations and responsibilities associated with the romantic relationship – it is ready to make this love explicit and binding for itself in a formal obligation to unite with the other party. John 13:34-35; 1 John 4: 9-11 In patriarchal time. Abraham spoke to Canadian leaders, who made a decisive contribution to Lot`s rescue (Gen 14:13-16). He signed a contract with Abimelech (Gen 21.22-33) that Isaak renewed (Gen 26.26-31). In both cases, the parties agreed on permanent mutual loyalty. Jacob made an alliance only with Laban (Gen 31.43-55; cf. D. J. McCarthy, “Three Covenants in Genesis,” Catholic Biblical Quarter 26  179-189).
A mutual alliance is an alliance that defines conditions that the recipient can fulfill to take advantage of the promises made and make the alliance effective. It is an alliance that guarantees that God will fulfill his promise if the human demands that will apply in this covenant are met. By observing different types of agreements between people, we find that they can be either between individuals or between larger units, such as tribes and nations. However, in most cases, they are among the most important units. In some cases it is also when a person acts, as a representative, as the leader of a clan or as a king. So if the alliance is between tribes, it is a contract or an alliance. The following organizations have this use of the covenant: 14:13; 21:27,32; 26:28; 31:44; Ex 23:32; 34:12,15; From 7:2; Jos 9:6-7,11,15-16; Jg 2:2; 1Sa 11:1; 12: 12 15:19 parallel 2Ch 16:3; 20:34; Ps 83:5; 33:8 Isa 33:8; Eze 16:61; 17:13-19; 30:5; Da 11:22; 1/9. In other cases, it is between a king and his subjects, if it is rather a holy order or action, as 2Sa 3:12-13,11; 5:3 parallel 1Ch 11:3; Jer 34:8-18; It`s 9:27 a.m.
In other cases, it is between individuals or between small groups, where there is an agreement or a pledge (2K 11:4 parallel 2Ch 23:1; Job 31:1; 41:4; Ho 10:4. Between David and Jonathan, it is concretely an alliance of friendship (1Sa 18:3; 20:8; 23:18), as apparently in Ps 55:20. This means an alliance of marriage in evil 2:14, but probably not in pre 2:17, where it is better to understand the meaning as “their covenant with God”. Period of kings. After the hermit of the kingdom, alliances proved beneficial and necessary for political and commercial reasons. So David depended on the friendship of several princes, z.B. Akisch (1 Psa 27.2-12; 28.1-2) and King moab (1 Sm 22, 3-4); he married Maacha, daughter of the king of Geshur (2 Sm 3.3) and forged better relations with Naas, king of the Ammonites (2 Sm 10.2). His most important alliance was with Hiram, King of Tyre (1 Kgs5.15), who sent workers to build the Palace of David (2 Sm 5.11). Solomon followed this policy of the alliance to obtain from Hiram materials and workers necessary for the construction of the temple (1 Kgs 5.12).
This Israeli-Phoenician covenant has long been remembered, for in 1.9, the divine punishment for Tyre is proclaimed for forgetting the fraternal covenant. Finally, Solomon`s alliances with Egypt and the Sheba also included commercial interests (1 Kgs 10.1-15, 28-29), and his numerous marriages to seal his alliances with foreign leaders led him to prefer the pagan cults of his wives (1 Kgs 11,1-8). All the advantages by which God commits himself to bless the beneficiaries in the covenants he concludes with man must be on God`s side and all commitments must be maintained on the part of man.