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Part 1.

 

The Greatest

Love Story

Ever Told

 

 

Marriage

of the Lamb

(contents)

 

 

Family

 

 

Infidelity

 

 

The Temple Calendar

 

 

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Part 2.

 

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Lament

 

like a  virgin  girded with  sackcloth  for the

 

husband of her youth.

 

Joel 1: 8

 

 

The Lost Wives of Israel.

 

Two

beautiful sisters,

the daughters of one mother,

were married to the perfect prince.

He took them by the hand to a new life:

Obedient to the wedding contract they

were like a vine and a fig tree,

tendered by a loving

husbandman.

He

prospered them

in all that they undertook.

He did awe inspiring things for them,

providing every need and perfecting their beauty:

clothing them with fine garments and covering them with silk.

He adorned them with gold, silver and precious jewels.

He set beautiful crowns upon their heads,

and the majestic fame of them

spread abroad.

But,

they trusted

in their own vain beauty,

one after the other, unfaithfully adoring

others instead of their own

loving husband.

His

gifts they wasted

on strangers and their gods -

committing the most terrible crimes.

He then jealously uncovered their treachery

 and after appealing to them in vain,

divorced at first the one,

then exiled both in

 fury.

 

In

exile the

divorcee remarried,

but then both sisters loves turned ugly.

The prince watched while they suffered years

of ill-treatment and terrible hardships.

His fury, anger and jealousy

eventually ceased,

and later,

after separating

and purifying themselves,

the repentant sisters united together

into one household for

many years.

Finally,

the divorced sister

decided to return to her first husband,

since it was much better then,

than it was for her

now.

However,

a divorcee in the kingdom,

after later on re-marrying another man

who subsequently also divorces her or who dies,

is forbidden to return to her first husband:

pertaining to marriage contracts,

that is the law !

 

The prince

sincerely loved her,

but couldn't break the kingdom laws:

this particular clause, was binding unto death !

Was there any possible way to redeem her

without breaking this law ?

 

Is that

 beyond His reach ?

 

His

death would cause

both sisters to lament and mourn,

but only death can free her from this divorce law :

enabling Him to take her, once again, to be His wife !

The widowed sister whom He never divorced,

would likewise be free as well - to sign

a new marriage covenant

with Him:

 

 

 

Behold,

the days come, saith the LORD,

that I will make

 

a new covenant

 

with the house of Israel,

 

and

 

 with the house of Judah :

 

Not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers

in the day that I took them by the hand

to bring them out of the

land of Egypt;

 

which

my covenant they brake,

although I was an husband unto them,

 

saith the LORD:

 

But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel;

 

After  those  days,

( N.B.  SEE VERSE 27  ! ! )

saith the LORD,

 

I will put my  law  in their inward parts,

 

and write it in their hearts;

 

and will be their God,

 

and they shall be my people.

 

And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour,

and every man his brother, saying,

Know the LORD:

 

for they shall all know me,

 

from the least of them unto the greatest of them,

 

saith the LORD:

 

for I will forgive their iniquity,

and I will remember their sin no more.

 

Jeremiah 31: 31–34

 

 

When a man

hath taken a wife,

and married her,

and it come to pass

that she find no favour in his eyes,

because he hath found some uncleanness in her:

then let him write her a

bill of divorcement,

and give it in her hand,

and send her out of his house.

And when she is departed out of his house,

she may go and be

another man’s wife.

 

And

if the latter husband hate her,

and write her a bill of divorcement,

and giveth it in her hand, and sendeth her out of his house;

or if the latter husband die, which took her to be his wife;

Her former husband,

which sent her away,

may  not  take her  again

to be his wife,

after  that  ( i.e. wife swapping ) she is defiled;

for that is abomination before the LORD:

and thou shalt not cause the land to sin,

which the LORD thy God giveth thee

for an inheritance.

 

 

Deuteronomy 24: 1–4

 

 

The

elder

unto the

elect lady

 and her children,

whom I love in the truth; and not I only,

but also all they that have

     known the truth . . .

 

  The

  children

of thy  elect sister  greet

   thee.

   Amen.

 

2 John 1: 1,13

 

 

 

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