The violation of a confederation with the sacred and loving creator makes this case a terrible event. In Scripture, we often find that God treats people in the form of covenants that are agreements between two parts where each part of another is mortgaged something. Biblical covenants are not made by equal parties – God imposes them on men. But his grace is also seen in his covenants with us, for, strictly speaking, the Creator owes nothing to his creatures. The Old Testament contains many examples of alliances between people who have linked on an equal footing. David and Jonathan, for example, made an alliance because they loved each other – this agreement required each of them to perform certain tasks (1 Sat. 18:3). There are two main types of covenants in the Hebrew Bible, including the obligatory and the change of sola and solawechselart.  Compulsory alliance is more common among Hittite peoples and deals with the relationship between two parties of the same reputation. On the other hand, the change of sola is seen in the Abrahamic and Davidian Alliances.
Debt alliances focus on the relationship between the mayor and the vassal and are similar to the nature of the “royal subsidy,” which includes historical introduction, boundary demarcation, provisions, witnesses, blessings and curses. In the royal scholarships, the master was able to reward a servant for being loyal. God rewarded Abraham, Noah and David in his covenants with them.  As part of his covenant with Abraham, God has a duty to keep Abraham`s progeny as God`s chosen people and to be their God. God acts as a supreme sovereignty and is the party of the covenant, accompanied by the necessary action that accompanies the oath, whether it is a fire or animals in the sacrificing silks. Yet God is the party that takes the curse if it does not respect its commitment. Throughout history, there have also been many cases where the vassal was the one who performed the various actions and took the curse.  This covenant was fulfilled when Jesus, a descendant of the lineage of David, was born in Bethlehem.
The Gospel of Matthew begins by showing Christ as the “Son of David” (Matthew 1:1), and so he had the right to rule over the people of God. Peter preached that Jesus Christ was fulfilling God`s promise to David (Acts 2:29-36). The Hebrew term “briythe” for “covenant” comes from a root with the meaning of “cutting,” because pacts or covenants were made by cutting pieces of meat cut by the sacrifice of a victim of an animal.  Thus understood, two different covenants were made between God and Abraham. The first (Gen 15) guaranteed God`s promise to make Abraham a “great nation.” The second (expected in Gen 17 and ratified by the divine oath in Gen 22) confirmed God`s promise to bless all nations by Abraham and his “descendants.” The covenant between God and the Jews is the basis of the idea of the Jews as the chosen people. In general, Christians believe that the New Covenant was introduced at the Last Supper as part of the Eucharist, which contains the New Commandment in the Gospel of John.