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By Zola Levitt
The attractive 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 amazing and encouraging instance of scriptural good judgment and style.
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And they shall teach no more every man his neighbor, 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 (Jer. 31:31-34). Paul repeated the same covenant in Hebrews 8:8-12, for the benefit of the bride. We can see very plainly that these verses constitute a contract. Terms are given and the parties identified. The Lord made His covenant with "the house of Israel and with the house of Judah", but it is continued to all of those who are the spiritual seed of Abraham and follow the Jewish Messiah.
Well, in keeping with the tradition, they will be the friends of the Bridegroom's Father—Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, the prophets, and His many other friends from the great days of the Old Covenant. How magnificent it will be to greet all those saints when we come out of the chamber and sit down to our marriage supper! " Daniel indeed read the Book of Jeremiah and gathered most important information from it (Dan. 9:2; Jer. 29:10). Perhaps it would be a good idea if we would read the Book of Jeremiah and the other books of our wedding guests before we go on to the reception!
It has to do with that great friend of Jesus, John the Baptist. It seems the Pharisees were approaching him time and again and asking if he were the Messiah. From the passages, we can gather that they wished he were the Messiah—they could get along better with a Messiah who lived by the Dead Sea and ate locusts and honey than with the Carpenter of Galilee, who did so many miracles. If John were the Messiah, then they could muddle through. It was that mild-mannered young preacher from rustic Nazareth they could not seem to abide.
A Christian love story by Zola Levitt