By Tiffany Bretana
I heard the Lord say this morning, soon to be bride. Maili heard, your crown is not tarnished.
My daughter had brought out a few days ago a throwaway bouquet that one of my friend’s tossed at her wedding, that my daughter had caught. It was starting to annoy me because my daughter had not put it away. This morning, when I asked her to put it away, the Lord highlighted it was apart of a wedding. Sometimes, the Lord will allow something to stay in place until you recognize or realize it’s significance.
I have been contending with a window blind slat since last week, that each night when I pull the cord to close the blinds or each morning when I open the binds, this particular blind slat would fall off because it doesn’t have the whole to keep it in place anymore. Yesterday night, when I went to put it back in it’s place again, the Lord said the veil is torn.
Then I heard later this morning, noonday bride.
Then the Lord reminded Maili that tomorrow 6/21 2017, the summer solstice. The longest and brightest day of the year.
Then was given this scripture, Revelation 19:7 “Let us rejoice and shout for joy! Let us give Him glory and honor, for the marriage of the Lamb has come at last and His bride the redeemed has prepared herself.”
Noonday is defined as light, splendor, brightness, and hence, the brightest part of the day (Genesis 43:16,25; Acts 22:6).
Genesis 43:16 When Joseph saw Benjamin with them, he said to the steward of his house, “Bring the men into the house, and kill an animal and make a meal ready; for the men will dine with me at noon.”
Genesis 43:25 So they prepared the present of tribute for Joseph before his arrival at noon; for they had heard that they were to eat a meal there.
Acts 22:6 “But as I was on my way, approaching Damascus about noontime, a great blaze of light suddenly flashed from heaven and shone around me.
The Lord is saying the veil is torn, Revelation will shine forth as the noonday. I am making preparations for My soon to be Bride. I breaking off illegitimate authorities that have tried to tarnish My Bride. I will make it known, as an elated Bridegroom publicly displays and presents His Bride for all to see.