Posted by: Pure Glory | 03/05/2019

Wedding Dance For The Lamb And His Bride

by Hazel Straub

“Will you dance with me?” inquired the bridegroom of his bride. She eagerly accompanied him to the dance floor. She had no difficulty following his lead into a waltz, even though she could not see where they were going. Her focus was solely on the groom. Suddenly, the music shifted to a swing dance. Flawlessly, the bride began to swing dance with the groom. It appeared effortless for the bride to change her movements, to the new rhythm and beat, because her gaze was on her groom. The music shifted without warning to a salsa dance and the bride followed her groom into the new dance, as she yielded to him. They danced as one together and did not notice the crowd, who intently watched them and came near them on the floor. The bride and groom had eyes only for each other and their unity exhilarated them, as they danced.

The only circumstance that matters, to the bride, is being with her beloved, attuned to his leading, as she flows with him. Will you trust the Lord Jesus, the Lamb of God, and let him lead you in this dance of life?

Let us be glad and rejoice,
and let us give honor to him.
For the time has come for the wedding feast of the Lamb,
and his bride has prepared herself. (Revelation 19:7 NLT)

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  1. A beautiful descriptive analogy, thank you!

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  2. Such a beautiful analogy!

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  3. Thank you for this warm inspirational message on the dance with Christ on this chilly morning, Hazel!

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  4. Well said, thank you! To the question of trusting to be led the answer should be a simple Yes! I know that my salvation is completely the Lord’s doing, I trust that without a doubt. It is in the day to day, the more mundane, if you will, that self-reliance will replace trust. This is something that improves for me as I practice being in the presence of God, which often requires that I literally remind myself many times during the day that my Lord Jesus is in fact walking with me. The more I do this, the easier it becomes to have an all encompassing trust in His leading.
    Thanks for this thought provoking post!
    Blessings,
    Pastor Chuck

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    • You are welcome, Pastor Chuck! Trusting Christ, even when you can not see, is looking in his face. it is enough!

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  5. To love him with undivided attention…with our whole heart, mind, and soul. Amen.

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    • Yes! When we focus on Jesus, with all our heart, mind, thoughts, strength and give him all our love, we fulfill our purpose.

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  6. Such a beautiful description of the dance of the Lamb and His bride! ❤️

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  7. A wonderful analogy!

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