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The Bride’s Diamond
4/22/13 From The Lord, Our God and Savior – A Vision Given to Timothy’s Wife, For All Those Who Have Eyes to See and Ears to Hear
A man has given a diamond to his bride-to-be. The diamond is unassuming, not even noticeable to most, but to the bride the diamond is most precious; to her it is a symbol of his love, a promise of their upcoming marriage, a promise of their future together. She cherishes this ring on her finger so much so that she refuses to take it off, not even removing it when she tends to her work. Her delight is the love of her future husband, and this ring symbolizes their love.
Yet to some, the stone in the bride’s ring is an offense, for it is a representation of goodness and eternal love; it’s light brilliant and blinding. To them the diamond is a pebble in their shoe which can not be removed, or a piece of sand in their eye which can not be washed out. To them, the bride and her husband and the ring are reprehensible; some even hate the bride and her husband, jealous of the love they share.
Yet the man and his future bride are unaffected by those around them, looking only to the day when their love will be made complete, the day they will be married and begin their new life together, the day they may finally know each other intimately and deeply, unlike any other time in the past.
The Meaning of the Parable…
4/22/13 From The Lord, Our God and Savior – Understanding of The Vision Given to Timothy and His Wife, For All Those Who Have Eyes to See and Ears to Hear
The bride is The Lord’s Bride, and the husband-to-be is YahuShua. And the diamond represents The Lord Himself, The Word and The Law (The Ten Commandments). And because of The Bride’s love for The Lord, she naturally loves whatsoever He gives her… Himself, His Word and The Law.
Yet to some, these same things (The Lord, His Word and The Law), are offensive, because of the goodness they represent. And indeed, to them it is as if they had a pebble in their shoe which can not be removed, or a piece of sand in their eye which can not be washed out, a thorn in their side which can not be healed, because they refuse to embrace The One who alone could heal them, nor will they walk in His ways.
Yet The Lord and His bride continue on in their walk together, as if they walked in the Garden already. They are completely devoted to one another, and are unaffected by the wicked glances and foul speech which goes on all around them. Their bond and their love is unbreakable and everlasting, and soon they shall be fully one.
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