Wedding Symbolism: Christ’s love for the Church: The Grooms Return part 3

Wedding Symbolism: Christ’s love for the Church: Part 3 The Groom’s Return: by Kim Larsen The work that the groom was doing in preparation for the bride’s new home was supervised by the groom’s father. It had to be the very best that the groom could do, as anything less was considered to be aContinue reading “Wedding Symbolism: Christ’s love for the Church: The Grooms Return part 3”

Wedding Symbolism: Christ’s Love for the Church

Part 2: Wedding Symbolism – Christ’s Love for the Church By Kim Larsen The Betrothal: Once the price had been paid by the bridegroom, a contract (covenant promise) was signed to record the agreed terms of the betrothal. The groom would provide for all the needs of the bride during the 1-2 year waiting period.Continue reading “Wedding Symbolism: Christ’s Love for the Church”

Wedding Symbolism – Christ’s love for the Church

Recently Kim and I were talking and I asked if she wanted to take a more active role with this web blog.  She said; “Let me go home and pray about it.”  She did and so over the next three or four weeks she will be contributing on Friday Mornings along with the midweek devotionalContinue reading “Wedding Symbolism – Christ’s love for the Church”