As the writer of Hebrews enumerates and expounds the many excellencies of Christ, he identifies Jesus as “the mediator of a better covenant” (8:6) and ends his discourse with reference to the resurrected Christ and the “blood of the everlasting covenant” (13:20). The NT makes a definite connection between Jesus and the covenants, thereby warranting our search for Christ in those OT passages that reveal God’s covenant promises. That Christ is central to the covenant promise is a key theme of OT Theology. Indeed, Christ not only a topic of covenant themes but the very heart, the essence of the covenant itself. To miss finding Christ in the study of God’s covenant revelations is, therefore, to miss the main message of the revelation. God’s gracious covenant promise is a good place to begin our search for Christ in the Old Testament.