The Midrasch, who looks very closely at the words, prefers to read “im rather than a form of promise-” If God does all these things for me, then I will be safe from temptation and sin, and I will have no problem being faithful to God.” (Paraphrase by Bereshit Rabbah 70:4). The Alliance of David [2Sam 7] establishes David and his descendants as kings of the unified monarchy of Israel[Jr. 33:17-21] (including Judah). The Alliance of David is an important element of Jewish messianism and Christian theology. In Jewish eschatology, it is assumed that Messiah is a future Jewish king of the lineage of David, anointed with sacred oil of anointing, who brings the Jews back to the land of Israel, which opens an era of peace, builds the Third Temple, has a male heir who resets the sanhedrin and governs the Jewish people during the messianic era. “It is this image of the covenant that challenges most of our thoughts on the covenant in the Old Testament, and in the phrase “Law and Gospel,” it represents the old covenant of the law, unlike the new covenant of the Gospel [of Jesus Christ]. But older than the mosaic covenant, the royal alliance [of Abraham, extended by David], promised stability to the royal house.  If we are faithful, God`s promises to give us inspiration and teaching through personal revelation 8 He will also end in temptation,9 prepares us to be His disciples, 10 and to make us co-inherit with Jesus Christ of all our Fathers.11 Covenants in biblical times have often been sealed by the separation of an animal , with the consequence that the party that breaks the alliance will suffer a similar fate. In Hebrew, the verb of sealing an alliance literally means “cut.” Jewish scholars assume that the removal of the foreskin symbolically constitutes such a waterproofing of the Union.  The tables of the Ten Commandments were kept in the ark of the covenant, and this became the symbol of the Israelite nation and of God`s presence with his people. When King David wanted to establish Jerusalem as his capital, he brought the Ark (2 Sam 6). The Hebrew Bible refers to a series of covenants (Hebrew: בְּרִיתוֹת) with God (YHWH).
The Noean Covenant (in Genesis), which is between God and all living beings, as well as a series of more specific covenants with individuals or groups. Biblical covenants include with Abraham, all the people of Israel, the Israelite priesthood and the davidic line of kings.