October 27, 2021

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In last week’s update, we talked about how events had come to a critical point in Noah’s time and God set a timer. In 120 years, the flood would come (Genesis 6:3). Around halfway through the countdown, God spoke to Noah and instructed him to build the ark. In Luke 17, Jesus says His return will be like the day Noah went into the ark and closed the door. He says people will be living completely normal lives, eating, drinking, buying and selling, celebrating weddings and parties; then suddenly everything will change. His return for the Church will be when life and businesses are still operating as normal, but a timer will run out and a door will shut.

In 1948 the world was still staggering from the trauma of World War II when major events and agendas came into play. In a huge miracle, the world watched as the nation of Israel was proclaimed. Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood, which initiated the worldwide murder of children at a level never before seen or imagined. Alfred Kinsey established new views on sexuality that ushered in sexual sin and immorality and undermined the institution of marriage. George A. Gamow put forth the Big Bang theory that encouraged a belief in everything coming from nothing, miraculously without a Miracle Worker. The World Health Organization was established, setting the stage for political and economical entities to tyrannically control humanity “for health reasons”. Do you think God may have started a timer in 1948? This question and the accompanying information all came to me after I had a dream.

This past Sunday I shared a dream I had, and part of that dream was about the “Marriage Supper of the Lamb.” While walking in the streets of Jerusalem, my guide told me a number of years and then a sign of the lovely Bride and the Prince of Israel. We’ve been given a window of time to prepare the Bride. Watch the video to hear and learn more about this. It’s time to get intentional and get ready!

Let us rejoice and exult and give him the glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and his Bride has made herself ready; it was granted her to clothe herself with fine linen, bright and pure” —for the fine linen is the righteous deeds of the saints. And the angel said to me, “Write this: Blessed are those who are invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb.” And he said to me, “These are the true words of God.”
— Revelation 19:7-9 [English Standard Version]

Sunday, October 31st, we’re going to celebrate the coming marriage supper of the Lamb by receiving communion, worshipping, and ministering to one another. Communion is a picture of the wedding ceremony in which the bride and groom first receive wine together as a sign of their covenant, unity, and blessing. It’s also eating and drinking as a foreshadow of the future feast. As we remember Jesus, we also celebrate the coming feast and the wine we’ll share in the Kingdom party. Trumpets will blow as He calls us to Himself and reveals the space He’s prepared for us in His Father’s house.

Let’s grow together!
Matt

Matt Neese
Wellspring.Live

DAILY WORD FOR OCTOBER 27, 2021

Psalm 150 is the final song of the book. In this wonderful collection of 150 worship songs, we end with an explosion of sound, energy, and adoration directed to the One True Almighty Creator Lord God. As we’ve advanced through the Psalms, we’ve related to the authors as they’ve struggled with circumstances and enemies and as they’ve been burdened by emotions and conflicting feelings; but also we’ve partnered with them in the testimonies and experiences of God’s victories and loving, merciful salvation. These 150 songs express the full story of humankind and our relationship with Yahweh. Today as we reach the end, we make our loudest and most celebratory sound yet.

“Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! Praise God in his holy sanctuary! Praise him in his stronghold in the sky! Praise him for his mighty miracles! Praise him for his magnificent greatness! Praise him with trumpets blasting! Praise him with piano and guitar! Praise him with drums and dancing! Praise him with loud clashing of cymbals! Praise him upon the high-sounding cymbals! Let everyone everywhere join in the crescendo of ecstatic praise to Yahweh! Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!”
— Psalms 150:1-6 TPT

We are in the final pages of this world as we’ve known it. We’re close to the end of the Age of Grace and the Church Period of human history. These are the days of Psalm 150. Now is the time for a crescendo of ecstatic praise to Yahweh. Pick up your musical instruments and your noisemakers, and play and dance and exalt the Lord with all praise. He is mighty and magnificent, and He is gathering His beautifully prepared bride for the great marriage supper of the Lamb. Praise the Lord!

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  • 10/27 Joel 1, Psalm 150, Jeremiah 51, I Timothy 6
  • 10/28 Joel 2, Isaiah 1, Jeremiah 52, II Timothy 1
  • 10/29 Joel 3, Isaiah 2, Lamentations 1, II Timothy 2
  • 10/30 Amos 1, Isaiah 3, Lamentations 2, II Timothy 3
  • 10/31 Amos 2, Isaiah 4, Lamentations 3, II Timothy 4
  • 11/01 Amos 3, Isaiah 5, Lamentations 4, Titus 1
  • 11/02 Amos 4, Isaiah 6, Lamentations 5, Titus 2
  • 11/03 Amos 5, Isaiah 7, Ezekiel 1, Titus 3

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