Short Summary: The Wedding Feast

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2. The Wedding Feast

Preparations for the marriage supper of the Lamb have been made. The tables have been decorated and spread by angels, prepared for that great day. The tables are set with golden spoons, forks, knives and dishes. (This has been attested to by many believers who claimed to have seen it in prophetic visions).

*1, 2, 3. Sourced from Reverend B.R. Hicks book: Revelation Book 4; published by Christ Gospel Press A greater part of the celebration of the marriage supper of the Lamb will be the partaking of the covenant meal. When He dined with His disciples a night before He was betrayed to be crucified,

“… Jesus took bread, and blessed it and brake it, and gave it to the disciples and said, ‘…Take,
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And since Christ was actually the Divine Side of the Son of God, His body and Blood could reach out to the communion table and cover the bread and wine. Therefore, He was justified in saying, “This is my body…this is my blood”


Actually, by giving them the broken bread and communion cup to partake of, He was in essence, giving them a foretaste of the glorified resurrected body and victorious blood that would be enjoyed at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb after His resurrection.

This is why Jesus said, “I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day [at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb] when I drink it new with you in my Father’s Kingdom” (Matthew 26:29).

Jesus is the vine (John 15:1) and His blood is the Fruit of the Vine. The Lamb’s Blood will be new to them because it will tasted and enjoyed by glorified, resurrected bodies. The Bride of Christ in particular will be the one that will partake and enjoy of the choicest part of Christ’s Redemptive

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