In genesis chapter 12-17, three covenants can be distinguished according to the different sources of jahwist, elohist and priestly.  In Genesis 12 and 15, God grants the earth to Abraham and a multitude of descendants, but does not lay out (i.e. unconditional) instructions on Abraham for the fulfillment of the covenant. (Isa. 49:15) The Bible indicates that the covenant is more like a parent`s relationship with their child than a doctor`s appointment. If a child does not show up for dinner, the parental obligation is not waived, unlike doctors. The parent finds out where the child is and makes sure that the child is caring for him. A limb error does not destroy the relationship. An alliance does not set a loyalty requirement. It is the unconditional obligation to love and serve.
Bruce Shelley What happens in a contractual marriage when a person is outsourced? Break the contract and get a divorce. But what happens in a federal marriage when a person is neglected? There is no simple answer here, and that is the problem. Both sides are working to determine how to re-establish and cash the relationship, usually at the expense of great sacrifices. They repair and build on the now broken trust with which they originally built the marriage. All the time, they go back to a position of trust. The covenant was broken, but there should be a new jer alliance #31:31 – 34 In the form it was made in ancient cultures between men, there was a binding and solemn agreement between two or more parties. There were different types of covenants in the biblical world, and one of those types of covenants, the "royal purse," resembled the biblical covenants in which God, the higher party, engaged himself as a lower party, without established conditions being imposed on him. In this type of "royal grant" alliance, a king or other person of authority rewards a faithful subject by granting him a function, country, tax exemption or other. The Bible has much more on God`s grace agreements – his covenants – with humanity. Learn more in this section on "covenants" and choose God`s way of life and hope based on his truth. Noah`s Covenant [Gen 9:1-17] applies to all humanity and all other living beings.
 In this covenant with all living beings, God promises never to destroy all life on earth again by the flood[9:11] and creates the rainbow as a sign of this "eternal covenant between God and every living creature of every flesh that is on earth." [9:12–17] A bilateral confederation is the place where both sides contribute to the finally agreed position. It`s literally a contract. In the Bible (see also the Bible), an agreement between God and his people, in which God makes promises to his people and generally requires some behavior on their part. In the Old Testament, God made agreements with Noah, Abraham and Moses. He promised Noah that he would never destroy the Earth again by a high tide. He promised Abraham that he would become the ancestor of a great nation, provided that Abraham went to the place where God showed him and sealed the covenant by circumcizing all the men of the nation. To Moses, God said that the Israelites would reach the promised land, but had to obey the Mosaic Law. In the New Testament, God promised salvation to those who believe in Jesus (see also redemption). One may wonder why marriage doesn`t work that way. This is because marriage is conceived as an alliance and not as a contract. There is a big difference between the two. With a contract, both parties arrange terms such as a contract.
But the intention is quite different. There is a different approach in a treaty than in a treaty. But it`s more than differences. The royal alliance was concluded with David (2 Sam 7). She promised to establish her dynasty forever, while acknowledging that her original royal promises had been given to the ancestor of the entire nation, Abraham.