According to the Bible, there are eight promisses from God:
The Edenic Covenant - In Genesis 2:17–18, God made men and told them to be fruitful, multiply, replenish the earth and subdue it. Then he put man in the garden of Eden with specific instructions that he can eat everything therein except for the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
The Adamic Covenant - God promises to Adam and Eve the consequences of their disobedience. As children of Adam and Eve, the covenant applies to us until this day.
The Noahic Covenant - In Genesis 9:1–18, after the great flood was over, God promised Noah and his sons dominion over all life forms on earth.
The Abrahamic Covenant - Abraham is known as the father of nations which is God’s covenant with him in Genesis 12:1–4;13:14–17; 15:1–7; 17:1–8
The Mosaic Covenant - In Exodus, this covenant is the basis of the Ten Commandments written in a stone tablet. Jesus' death on the cross in the new testament voided the terms of this covenant and gave way for the "New Covenant".
The Land Covenant - From Deuteronomy 30:1–10, God promised his people that they will again take back the land of their ancestors and that they will conquer their enemies.
The Davidic Covenant - According to 2 Samuel 7:4–16, God promised David that his kingdom will never end. In the new testament, God made true to this promise with the birth of Jesus who is a direct descendant of David.
The New Covenant - In the Old Testament, many prophets have mentioned about God’s promise of a Messiah. This Messianic age is what we call the New Covenant. The terms of this covenant promise eternal salvation to anyone who choose to obey God and follow the teachings of the Messiah.