The nature of the Palestinian Covenant is as follows: “

(1) The nation will be plucked off the land for its unfaithfulness (Deut. 30:1–3);

(2) there will be a future repentance of Israel (Deut. 28:63–68);

(3) their Messiah will return (Deut. 30:3–6);

(4) Israel will be restored to the land (Deut. 30:5);

(5) Israel will be converted as a nation (Deut. 30:4–8; cf. Rom. 11:26–27);

(6) Israel’s enemies will be judged (Deut. 30:7); (7) the nation will then receive her full blessing (Deut. 30:9).”

The Palestinian Covenant is important inasmuch as it reaffirmed Israel’s title deed to the land. The promise of the Palestinian Covenant is not abrogated because of the conditional Mosaic Covenant. The Palestinian Covenant is termed an eternal covenant (Ezek. 16:60) because it is a part of the unconditional Abrahamic Covenant and an amplification of it.[1]

[1] Enns, P. P. (1989). The Moody handbook of theology (p. 59). Chicago, IL: Moody Press.