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Esther - a Symbol of the Bride 

Since the feast of Purim is approaching once again, I would like to share some interesting parallels with you about the Bride of the Messiah, her qualities and her identity in light of the events contained in the book of Esther.

The Biggest Reward of All

Not many believers think about His Kingdom. They only focus on one thing: to have salvation. They do not care what the Kingdom of Heaven is about and do not have an interest in finding out what it can offer to them. When some people are confronted with a question about Heaven, they answer, “Let me just get there.”
But the Lord wants to offer His people much more.

Ten Virgins and a Mysterious Bride

The story of the ten virgins has always puzzled me. In this parable Yeshua never mentioned the bride. Why? Why is the bride hidden in this story?
Yeshua often took real life stories and applied them to spiritual principles. Once I was thinking about this parable from the Scriptures and asked Yeshua about it. Here is the revelation I received from the Holy Spirit.

“Ten maidens are waiting for My Coming, and only five will enter the feast. And of the five who entered, only one is My Bride. ”

“Then the Kingdom of Heaven will be like ten virgins, who took their lamps, and went out to meet the bridegroom. (Matthew 25:1 WEB)

Spiritual Warfare

Who can and cannot cast out demons? You will be surprised to find the answer to this question according to the Bible.

The Invisible Enemy

From the very beginning of creation, mankind had an enemy. His goal is “to steal, kill and destroy” (John 10:10). Our war with this enemy began in the Garden of Eden and continues to this day.



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