Author: Debra Webster
God is unveiling mysteries in these last days. More mysteries are yet to come. Three mysteries everyone wants to know are the identities of Antichrist, the beast and false prophet. This is sensational information to God’s people. How sad. There are two much more important mysteries. These mysteries decide our intimacy with Christ and our devotion to him. They are Mystery Bride and Mystery Babylon.
The Lord sorrows as he looks at his church seeking end time knowledge that is sensational rather than that which will ready the church for him. Few seek the Lord for what is on his heart.
The scriptures tell us, “His bride has made herself ready.” (Rev. 19:7) Since we are righteous and complete in him, how do we get ready? Who is the bride? Doesn’t readiness just mean works? Who is Mystery Babylon?
In Mystery Bride and Mystery Babylon we will see the bride’s attributes. We will also see a counterfeit for her, a double image with a few difficult to distinguish differences. These differences will become easier to distinguish soon.
Come discover the Bridegroom Lamb’s heart. Hear his voice and understand what he says to you about your heart and readiness.
Reviewer: Jill Jones
Debra Webster’s Mystery Bride & Mystery Babylon discusses the mystery of the Bride in Revelation and how the Bride is to prepare for her Groom, Jesus. Webster does a good job with the descriptions of the seven churches and how they relate to end-time events and how Christians are to prepare.
After part two, it seems like the message just gets bogged down, probably because Webster tries to incorporate too much information at one time. Her message is an important one that we should heed as we seek to understand how we should be getting ready for our Holy Husband. The reflection questions and prayers at the end of each chapter draw us into a deeper understanding concerning our heart and readiness for the coming of Christ.
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