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what is the final feast

“And he saith unto me, Write, Blessed are they which are called unto the marriage supper of the Lamb. And he saith unto me, These are the true sayings of God.”

Revelation 19:9

The final feast is the marriage supper of the Lamb.  It is a time of celebration, joy, and most of all love and a time when all things become new. It’s the day when we set foot (literally) in God’s new creation. It is so true that eye has not seen nor heart has imagined what God has prepared for those who love them.

God created us in His image.  That is our beginning and that will also be, for those who know salvation, our new beginning.   On this earth we have been destroyed by sin.  Our glory, which was God in us, was taken through trickery in the Garden of Eden.  The final feast is the restoration of all things on the New Heavens and New Earth. We become part of a creation made new.

Deep, everlasting communion

The marriage supper of the Lamb is a time of deep communion.  It is the restoration of complete union with our Father through His son Jesus Christ. What we lost through sin we will regain through grace.  Even our very bodies will be resurrected and glorified and you will be what you would have been had you grown up in a perfect world without sin.  God wins: it is as simple and dramatic as that.

Here the voice of our Great Shepherd

We suffer because we are separate.  God never intended us to be scattered sheep. Our heavenly Father wants us to be unified under our one great shepherd Jesus Christ. This is our master and we hear His voice.  He is the one that is leading us towards the final feast.  I teach that we all should “listen, hear, and obey on time”.   Hearing God’s voice,  we become one in Him.

Connect with each other.  Reach out for each other.  Become one in Him as His Spirit leads.  Let God join you to the body of Christ so that together we can support each other.  When God puts it upon your heart to connect with another saint of God make that a priority.  Write, call, or physically get together and fellowship with that person or persons.  Allow God to knit your hearts together like He did between David and Jonathan.  Become one in Him and so fulfill Christ’s prayer in John chapter 17.

Hold on to God in each other

We are heading into a time of great tribulation.  It will be imperative to hold on to God in each other.  As the world shakes around us the important thing is to experience the love of Christ in each other, the hope of glory.

Revelation Song by Kari Jobe