For those in Christ Jesus who may be taking up the American tradition of ‘Thanksgiving’ get-together this weekend. Here is a most glorious vision in poetry to Jesus, of thanksgiving by a dear sister in The Lord. I pray it captures the hearts of all who read it and perhaps you will share it at any gatherings with the saints this weekend ……..enjoy the spectacle that is Christ and His Bride!
Dear Member of the Bride,
Do you know that you are holy and righteous in God’s sight? Did you know you are a saint? Did you know you, a believer in the Lord Jesus, are already seated with Him in heavenly places? It’s true! You have already been made holy, spotless and blameless! Well, isn’t that a thing!
I hope this song touches you like it does me. All I can hear is Jesus singing this to us, His church, His most beloved Bride.
Jesus Christ is the ultimate Bridgeroom who is madly in love with His blushing bride, she is His girl, she makes Him weak at the knees.
I pray the Lord Jesus reveals to you through this song, the abounding love that He has for you, as you are part of her, and she is most glorious to behold.
Wow – this is so beautifully written – a revelation the Lord has and continues to give to His people. I’m re-blogging it because I couldn’t have put it better. I pray that all who read it, receive the Lord’s Life from it. Thank you Cheryl, dear sister 🙂
Bread for the Bride will be inactive for a couple of weeks while I take a short break away from home, but here is one from the archives I hope will bless you in the meantime!
Like an apple tree among the trees of the woods, so is my beloved among the sons. I sat down in his shade with great delight, and his fruit was sweet to my taste.
(Song of Songs 2:3)
Come with me to a garden, a magnificent garden where it seems every plant, tree and creature radiates intense life. In the middle of this vast garden a woman leans to pluck the fruit of a splendid looking tree that towers over all the other plants. Tentatively, she tastes the fruit, and seeing her obvious delight the man with her also tastes. Their enchantment with the tree is short lived, however. Soon the woman discovers she has been deceived and the…
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