25 October, 2010
The Blood Covenant
In a contract you may purchase an item. For example, many years ago my wife and I bought an expensive set of cookware. We signed a contract, where we agreed to pay $50 a month for so many months and in exchange they gave us a set of cookware. By signing that contract, we came to a specific area of agreement. We did not by the company that produced the cookware, only our set. By the same token, they did not own us either. The contract was limited to that specific purchase. But in a covenant, those involved in the covenant own everything the covenant party owns and they own everything you own; you take all their assets and liabilities and they do the same with you.