Marriage Supper


I saw heaven burst wide open
a white horse to reveal
He who sat upon it had come with an appeal, but now
His eyes were flames of fire
He wore crowns on His head
And as He gazed upon me
This is what He said
“My name is Faithful
Faithful and True”

He came to judge in righteousness with
power to war
from His mouth I saw emerge a
two-edged sword
He was called “The Word of God” and
a name no other knew, but
He said “You can call Me Faithful, cause
I’m Faithful and True”

All the armies that had followed wore
linen white and clean, but
His robe was dipped in blood
what a glorious scene
He led the charge of people who
who had counted the cost,
giving all they had to meet Him at the Cross

He’s come to strike the nations
with an iron rod
He’ll tread the wine-press of the wrath of
The Almighty God
On that final day when He draws
His Battle Sword
All the world will know that He’s
The King of Kings and
Lord of Lords

The beast was seized along with the
False prophet who came
deceiving those who followed
and were marked by his name
he spoke with lying words
performed wonders and signs;
until they met a fiery fate
for their horrific crimes

Bless’d are those invited to
the feast of the Lamb
the wedding of Bride to the
Son of I Am
Hallelujah! Shouts of praise
round the throne will be heard
and then the sound of many
as one voice and one word

Hallelujah! For the Lord
The Almighty reigns







19:17 Then I saw an angel standing in the sun, and he cried out with a loud voice, saying to all the birds that fly in mid-heaven, “Come, assemble for the great feast of God,
vs 18 so that you may eat the flesh of kings and the flesh of commanders, the flesh of mighty men, the flesh of horses and of those who sit on them, and the flesh of all people, both free and slaves, and small and great.”



One response to “Marriage Supper”

  1. “Happy tears.”
    Thank you, Darlene!
    A lovely word to remind us of the promise on the other side of the current trials!
    Many claim to call Him Lord, but only a few understand His patience and care.

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