To My Bride

September 8, 2017

 

 

To My bride,

 

First of all, you have stolen My heart.  With one glance of your eyes in My direction, love bursts in Me.  I have always known that you are Mine, but when you look to Me that way it is a beautiful way of saying that I am yours, too.

 

I reach to you with a hand that shows you how much I love you.  With a hand that proves that I would lay down My life for you.  Because I did.  This hand that bears a scar of the depth of pain I was willing to face to redeem you.  Please take hold of it.  It doesn’t hurt Me anymore, so cling tightly and don’t let go. 

 

I have given My blood to cover you, so that you can be with Me always, so that we don’t ever have to be apart.  I am preparing for you to join Me, so I plead with you to prepare, as well.  Trust Me, it will all be worth it. 

 

I wait for Father to tell me when to come, but please know that I am praying for you.   You are always before Me, and I long for the day that you are able to see Me.  I encourage you to keep walking by faith, one step at a time.  I am right there walking with you.  No matter what it feels like, you are never alone. 

 

 

We will be together soon.

 

Eternally,

 

Jesus

 

Scripture:

Song of Solomon 4:9

Song of Solomon 6:3

John 14:1-3

Matthew 24:36

Matthew 28:20

Hebrews 13:5b

Romans 8:34

Revelation 22:7

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