The Rapture

The Rapture – Part Nineteen – The Jewish Wedding Pattern

The Jewish Wedding Ceremony is full of significant rituals and is a perfect prophetic parallel of the coming of Yeshua to take his church to be his Bride, a dress rehearsal for The Rapture. Several elements are present at every ceremony, including a ketubah [from kathab כְּתָב- H3791] – a written contract or marriage agreement,… Continue reading The Rapture – Part Nineteen – The Jewish Wedding Pattern

The Rapture

The Rapture – Part Four – Wedding Vows at Sinai

Wedding Vows At Mount Sinai Did you know that the noisy, joyous gathering at Mt. Sinai (Exodus 19) is a picture, pattern, or type of the taking of the bride and the coming rapture celebration? The Courtship After four hundred years of slavery in Egypt, Yahweh began to prepare the Hebrews to leave Egypt. To… Continue reading The Rapture – Part Four – Wedding Vows at Sinai

Insights, Mistaken Perceptions

The New Marriage Covenant

Matthew 5:17 – “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets.” Many teach that the New Covenant replaces the Old Covenant, implying that the Torah has been made obsolete and we are under new rules now that Yeshua has died and been resurrected. This is a mistaken perception, or… Continue reading The New Marriage Covenant

Z Original Rapture

Wedding Vows At Mount Sinai

The Ten Commandments Are the Ten Commandments a list of do’s and don’ts?  A list of rules to follow?  Was the gathering at Mt. Sinai where the Hebrews placed themselves under a burdensome yoke? Perhaps, perhaps not.  Let us examine this gathering from a different perspective; the perspective of a marriage and the taking of… Continue reading Wedding Vows At Mount Sinai

Z Original Rapture

Wedding Vows at a Jewish Wedding Ceremony

The Jewish Wedding Ceremony is full of significant rituals and is a perfect prophetic parallel of the coming of Yeshua to take his church to be his Bride, a dress rehearsal for The Rapture.  Several elements are present at every ceremony, including a ketubah [from kathab כְּתָב H3791] (a written contract or marriage agreement), a mikvah… Continue reading Wedding Vows at a Jewish Wedding Ceremony