A Christian love story by Zola Levitt

By Zola Levitt

The gorgeous tale of the marriage customs of Israel in Messiah’s time and the way He fulfilled those traditions in calling out His bride, the Church. A notable and encouraging instance of scriptural good judgment and magnificence.

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He that hath the bride is the bridegroom: but the friend of the bridegroom, which standeth and heareth him, rejoiceth greatly because of the bridegroom's voice: this my joy therefore is fulfilled (John 3:28-29). Perhaps John, an Old Testament saint killed before the cross, and a dear friend of our Bridegroom's Father, will serve this function in our wedding in heaven. The Marriage Supper When the wedding guests get the good news from the chamber, they celebrate. Who will be the wedding guests at our marriage to the Lord?

The symbol of Passover is the sacrifice of the lamb, and Jesus fulfilled it on the cross. ", "This bread is My body"). Thus, to fulfill the second feast, the Lord had to be buried at the beginning of Unleavened Bread, or at sundown on the day of Passover. He was placed on the cross at 9:00 in the morning and taken down at 3:00. Sundown in April in Israel is about 4:30 or 5:00, and thus the Lord was buried exactly in time to commemorate the Feast of Unleavened Bread. And so the fulfillments progress through the rest of the feasts.

Marriage to them was a practical legal matter, established by contract and carried through by exacting procedure. These customs exist in a form today in the Jewish wedding ceremony, and in Jesus' time they were most fascinating and complex. When the young man of Israel in Jesus' time saw the girl he wanted (or the girl his father said he wanted), he would approach her with a marriage contract. He would come to her house with a covenant— a true legal agreement—giving the terms by which he would propose marriage.

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