Tags » The Bride Of Christ

Family Talk

A few weeks ago, I submitted a test to determine my genetic makeup, and I received the results last week. It was not a surprise that the majority of my genetic code comes from Northern Europe – mostly British and Irish origin. 879 more words


The Marks of Jesus

A friend recently shared with me this quote from the sermons of Theodore Austin Sparks:

“Beloved, you and I will never come through to God’s eternally intended place for us in the heavenly Kingdom until everything of this earthly life has been smitten, has been smashed. 1,274 more words

Bread For The Bride

The Morning Star

Four churches down, three to go. I’ve been reading in the second chapter of Revelation over the past couple of mornings and, so far, have sought to have “ears to hear” what the Spirit says to the churches at Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, and Thyatira. 735 more words


Israel, The Bride of Christ

Who is Israel?

Pictured in the map above we see the 9th century B.C. division between Israel and Judah. This split occurred with the reign of Solomon’s son, Rehoboam 930 B.C. 1,423 more words


Grieving In Zion

I can say no more about the poem below than this:  there will be those who will treat it like a snack on the run and quickly move on to something more satisfying.  439 more words

Bread For The Bride

About Those Heavenly Places.....

Am I alone in having kept a vague little picture  hidden in my mind that I used to pull out and dust off every time I heard the phrase ‘heavenly places’? 1,631 more words

Bread For The Bride

The Vilest Adultery

The Lord often speaks of marriage to illustrate the relationship He wants to have with us. The bond between a husband and a wife is the closest human connection that captures the union He so desires with us – that vow and relationship to be together through ups and downs of life, commitment to love one another and faithfulness to each other. 1,144 more words

Written Words