Monday, June 3, 2013

The Marriage Feast

I have been ill for the last two days. I have not been able to do the usual work. For today, I will post a small update to

"If you have been invited to the "marriage feast" (Matt.22:9,10; Rev.19:9) of spiritual provisions, given to the faithful virgins (Matt.25:10; Luke12:37); you who "hear" are also instructed to invite as many as you find, to come partake of it (Rev.22:17)."


  1. Jesus said, nor will they say, 'Look, here it is!' or, 'There it is!' For behold, the kingdom of God is in your midst. "

    He also said: Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, Verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he can not see the kingdom of God.

    I am born of the spirit, and in a vision, showed a spirit for me, I think it was Jesus.

    1. Do you assume that modern customs apply to the Bible's Marriage feast?
      God considers marriage when the man and wife become one flesh (Mark.10:7,8,9) and according to ancient Jewish customs (which these prophecies follow), the marriage feast occurred prior to the actual marriage.
      Regarding your first scriptural reference, I suggest you read on in the context....(Matt.24:26,27,28).
      The "coming of the son of man" is the same event as the arrival of the bridegroom (Matt.25:6)...
      NOT the same as the arrival of the Kingdom.
      At Matt.24:27,28 it says that the light which comes from Christ will shine like lightening to cover the earth...
      and then he compares it to "eagles" gathering to a "carcass". (see also Luke17:23,24,25,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37)
      Verse Luke17:24,25 says that Christ will first be rejected when he arrives.
      It seems you are saying that the Kingdom comes at the same time as the marriage feast.
      This is not correct. Tell me, why does Luke12:35,36,37 show Christ returning FROM (AFTER) the marriage feast when he examines his slaves....and yet Matt.25:10 shows that the examination and judgment comes BEFORE the marriage feast?
      Why do you assume that seeing the kingdom of God is the same as gaining acceptance into the marriage feast?
      Do you think that those who partake of the feast (Both good and wicked -Matt.22:10) are the same who receive the first resurrection... the heirs of the kingdom who are born again as spirit?
      You do not make a clear point. I don't know what you mean by "showed a spirit for me" or "I think it was Jesus". Please explain clearly what these scriptures and your experience have to do with the marriage feast, because you do not offer any scriptural explanation of a point which is also not clear.
      If you have any questions about when the marriage feast takes place, I suggest you use the search box on this page, by entering "marriage feast". There is plenty of scriptural information.


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