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by Benjamin Munsell on March 7, 2019
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Husbands, love your wives, EVEN AS CHRIST ALSO LOVED THE CHURCH, and gave himself for it; That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word, That he might present it to himself a glorious church, NOT HAVING SPOT, or WRINKLE, OR any such thing; but that it should be holy and without BLEMISH. For we are members of his body, of his flesh, and of his bones. This is a great mystery: but I SPEAK CONCERNING CHRIST AND THE CHURCH. Ephesians 5:25-27,30,32. Jesus, The Christ, is coming back for His Pure, Spotless Bride, who has made Herself ready and is listening for the Call, "The Bridegroom Cometh". Those who are Listening and enter into the Marriage Feast of the Lamb, will find that all those years of hard work and sacrifice, the denying of The Flesh, the Obedience to the Holy Spirit, will find themselves in the Most Wonder-Full Experience they have never dreamed about. It will be way more than mere words could ever describe. Christ is our Example and we are to strive, through Christ, to be like Him, as He showed us through His Time on earth. The Bride will be the Believers, the Body of Christ, walking as One "Man" in Christ. THE BRIDE ON THIS EARTH WILL BE PERFECT, (be careful here), ACCORDING TO CHRIST'S DEFINITION OF PERFECT. At the Moment of His Return, the Christians making up The Bride, will be without spot, blemish, or wrinkle themselves. This will be a Perfect Work of the Holy Spirit on, in, and through the Believers. This will be accomplished by the Holy Spirit in a people seriously looking for Christ's Return, AND WERE WILLING TO BE MADE READY AS THE HOLY SPIRIT "WORKED ON" EVERY SINGLE BELIEVER, TO THE POINT OF "PERFECTION IN CHRIST". Remembering that "Tribulation" Purifies the church, is it possible that Great Tribulation will be used by the Holy Spirit to Greatly, Totally, and Completely accomplish this in The Church? Question, if not through great tribulation, than by what means will the Bride Be Made Ready, and, Be Blessed?
 
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