The Sinai contract, the first stage of Geulah of Israel The covenant with Abraham is another expression of the Geulah.
The covenant at Sinai enabled the fulfillment of the covenant of Abraham, which is the goal. As a result of your obedience to these laws and your loyalty to accomplish them, the Lord your God will be faithful to keep the covenant of kindness that he swore to your fathers. (Deuteronomy 7, 12)
The first stage of Geulah of Israel, the Sinai contract. The objective of the Sinai contract was to allow Israel to be acquainted with God and by the light of his teachings, to recognize their own darkness. The first facet that God wanted to show of himself was his love. This was proven by the exodus from Egypt to his nation and all of humanity. This first Geulah of Israel was a sample of all future ones and especially an example of the Eternal Geulah which will lead mankind to the real promised land, the Garden of Eden. Because of this the Geulah of Egypt stood out as the foremost of the Ten Commandments. I am Eternal your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, from a house of slavery.(Exodus 20, 2)
Unlike the covenant of Abraham, the Sinai contract is terminable, because it is conditional. See Leviticus 26 and Deuteronomy 28 entirely. Compliance with the Commandments brings blessing, that it allows the fulfillment of the covenant with Abraham and immediate entry into the Geulah. And it shall be if you carefully listen to the voice of God your LORD to guard to observe all the precepts which i have commanded today … and will come upon you all these blessing and you will acquire them. (Deuteronomy 28, 1 – 2)
Non-compliance with the listening God teachings brings on the curse, that is to say pushes Israel in the darkness of exile, far from God and the promised land, disconnects the implementation of the covenant with Abraham and blessings of Geulah. If you do not listen to the voice of God your LORD, to guard and carefully observe all his precepts and laws that I command to you on this day, all these curses will come to be, and you will acquire them. (Deuteronomy 28, 15)