The Wedding Feast of the Lamb: The Stranger Within

St. Matthew 22:11 But when the king came in to meet the guests, he noticed a man who wasn’t wearing the proper clothes for a wedding.
St. Matthew 22:12 ‘Friend,’ he asked, ‘how is it that you are here without wedding clothes?’ And the man had no reply.
St. Matthew 22:13 Then the king said to his aides, ‘Bind him hand and foot and throw him out into the outer darkness, where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth.’

Rapture will be the gathering of the Lords elict from the ends of the earth both dead and alive, there are to reign with the Lord for a thousand years. At the end of the thousand years, there will be what we call white throne judgement.

This is where the Lord will separate the wheat from the weeds. As for those hiding under the congregation, the Lord will fish them out.

We can go on deceiving people under the guise of religious ostentatious activities but believe me that on the day when the master of the occasion will appear, all the things done in the darkness will come to light.

The wedding supper in near and the Lamb (Jesus Christ) will soon be here, the invitation is for everyone of us both good and bad. Even with that, it’s only those putting on the wedding uniform (righteousness) that will be allowed in the feast. You can pretend to have gotten your wedding gown and hid among the crowd but the truth is that when the Lamb appears He will do the separation.


Faithful God, we thank you for the grace you have given us as a church and as the Bride of the Lamb to continue steadfastly in Faith for you glorious coming, especially in this New Christian Year of Advent; grant that we will cast all works of darkness and live in the glorious light of your dear son Jesus Christ.

Help us to be the Christian in Church and Christian in our working places, help us to be not just hearers but also the doers of your word, grant us the grace to wait, watch and pray every passing our of this life. Prepare us and strength our faith in that which you have for us.

It is our desire at this time that you come. There is confusion everywhere, come and do the separation by yourself, help us stand in this evil days to the glory and honor of your name Jesus Christ our Redeemer! Amen.


Adie Chidubem Friday is the led Author with The School of the Spirit; a Christian blog with the vision of Reaching the World to Restore the Ancient Landmark in our generation through prayers and undiluted word of God. He is a hymn writer, quotes writer and a poet. He holds a Bachelor of Law degree (LLb. (Hons)) at the university of Abuja and currently a student of the Nigerian Law School. He is from Anambra state Nigeria.

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