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A Bride Prepared
Jesus Christ has made known His intention to marry a most exquisite Bride. The Church of God is not ready for the wedding. This booklet describes what remains to be done by those who have been called and have begun to follow through on God’s plan of salvation.
Caption under the Bride’s picture - Jesus is speaking to His Bride
“You are a crown of glory in the hand of the Lord, and a royal diadem in the hand of your God.” (Isaiah 62:3)
A royal diadem, like the one the young bride is wearing, is a jeweled headdress signifying sovereignty.
You Can Stand Alone
We do not have the option of whether or not to take a stand. We must take a stand. No one qualifies for the Kingdom of God without standing strong. We must prove ourselves and qualify. We must overcome. We must repent. We have to walk in faith. Moses’ advice in Exodus 14:13, some 3,500 years ago, is still perfectly valid today. “Moses said unto the people, Fear ye not, stand forth, and see the salvation of the Lord…”
Teach Us To Pray
When chosen by Jesus, the Apostles had very little grasp of the religious knowledge we often take for granted today. When they were asked by Christ to, "Come follow Me," they understood less about "Christianity" than even a novice being called into the Faith today. The Apostles did not know how to pray correctly. For three and a half years, Jesus would teach them, train them, and reveal the Father to them. This booklet will address the aspects of personal prayer: What is the correct way to pray? What is the purpose of prayer?
That They May Be One
"That they may be one." These words were spoken by Jesus Christ the night before He died, as He prayed for us to His Heavenly Father (see John 17). Five times, He expressed His desire for our unity – not only a unity of the original apostles – but also of all who have followed in their footsteps, generation by generation.
"Holy Father, keep through thine own name those whom thou hast given me, that they may be one, as we are." (John 17:11)