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transparency

God says,

“And the twelve gates were twelve pearls: every several gate was of one pearl: and the street of the city was pure gold, as it were transparent glass.”

Revelation 21:21

Moreover,

“And there came unto me one of the seven angels which had the seven vials full of the seven last plagues, and talked with me, saying, Come hither, I will shew thee the bride, the Lamb’s wife.

Revelation 21:8,9

The lamb’s wife

New Jerusalem is more than just a city for it is also a representation of the Lambs wife.  We see further in Revelation 21:2 that New Jerusalem is a bride adorned for her husband.  Therefore we are talking not only about a physical city but also about its inhabitants.

Every facet of New Jerusalem represents different truths concerning Gods future wife.  One of the facets that speaks about our character is “the street of the city was pure gold; as it were transparent glass.”  I believe that one truth that God is trying to show is that our walk is to be transparent in Him.  Indeed, when we are fully restored into His image and likeness we will be, as it were, transparent and only God will show through.

There is a lack of transparency

Much of the difficulties in our natural and spiritual lives are due to a lack of transparency.  Often times the very areas that most hinder our walk with God are the least transparent.  Sometimes this is due to fear of rejection and at other times it is due to shame. We feel that if people really know our problems they will find us unlovable.  Though there are many reasons for lack of transparency the end result of all of them is that we hide the very problem areas that most need to be dealt with.

In the coming move of Tabernacles this lack of transparency will radically change.  God’s divine love will provide the intimate and trusting atmosphere where sensitive areas are dealt with in a loving way.  Basically, we have learned not to trust each other with the really important parts of our inner beings.   It will take the restoration of the first love of Eden in order for us to trust and be healed.

Functioning as our Father intended

The wonderful promise of Tabernacles is that the body of Christ will start to function as our Father intended.  Every joint will supply what the other needs in harmony.  The power and gifting of God will begin to flow freely as in the book of Acts.  Thus, the world will see Jesus as He truly as they experience him manifest in our flesh.

Tabernacles and the coming move of Divine Love is the answer we seek to the wholeness or holiness we lack.  Let us embrace our destiny of love. B remade into His image and likeness. Be made whole through His divine love we so we can touch others and make them whole too.

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