A post of praise:
I was woken up this morning in the middle of a dream where I heard the Lord saying
‘Jesus released his Kingdom to us through the sprinkling of His Blood’
The Old Testament Lamb that used to be slain had not opened up the Kingdom.
The Bride now needed to be spotless and pure.
I wondered if this was referring to virginity and purity. The answer came back a Big ‘Yes’.
He wanted to fete those brides who waiting for their husbands and wives, remained pure.
This post is praising and lifting up all women and men around the world today who await the Bridegroom to release their earthly counterparts to them
and who remain pure.They have withstood temptation, having faithfully prepared themselves for the lifting of their ‘veils’. I do not need to go into detail as every woman knows what I mean..
At a wedding the ‘husband-to-be’ unveils His ‘bride-to-be’ and enters the Holy of Holies.
The wedding veil of a bride is light soft and transparent.
It is created to lift easily over the head to show Heaven and the Holy of Holies to the Bridegroom
He gave the example of His Yoke in Matthew 11 28-30. It also is light and easy to bear.
The old veil in the temple was thick and heavy. It needed lightning to break it. When Jesus died He split the Veil in the Holy of Holies.
His body had to be torn and bloody for the veil to be broken.
19 Therefore, brethren, having boldness to enter the Holiest by the blood of Jesus, 20 by a new and living way which He consecrated for us, through the veil, that is, His flesh, 21 and having a High Priest over the house of God,
Jesus’ intention was always to make access to His Kingdom easy and light.
So we have the intimate analogy beautifully replicated with the symbolic at a wedding and the supernatural where we can go through the veil into Heaven every day. As my brother Gary Beaton said at Totness, ‘it feels like a true veil passing across your face’ as you enter the Realm that we came from.
But we need to work on being spotless and pure to enter Heaven regularly. We need to be ‘baptised’, as my bruv Brian Trueman said to me, ‘by the refining Fire of Jesus’ and become a Burning One..
All precious stones and jewels are refined through fire.
Through Communion and the breaking of His Body (Bread) and acknowledging the Blood lost by Him, we get to become ‘intimate’ with Him and similarly this happens with Husband and Wife as the veil is torn and the bride experiences pain and blood.
He told us He took the sins of the World and the ‘Brides-to-be’ upon Himself, so that when He returns, He has the absolute right to claim a Bride, Pure and Spotless.
We bless all men too who await their brides and remain abstinent …