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Rebekah – The True Bride of Messiah (Gen 24:1-67) [ Audio Part 1 / ...
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Publish-date-icon October 1, 2011
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Part 1 of 3: Rebekah – The True Bride of Messiah (Gen 24:1-67)

Part 2 of 3: Rebekah – The True Bride of Messiah (Gen 24:1-67)

Part 3 of 3: Rebekah – The True Bride of Messiah (Gen 24:1-67)

Slides of Hebrew words Explained in Part 3 of 3:
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Our Creator draws many pictures for us, through the Hebrew words of Scripture, in order to teach us important spiritual principles and truths. This teaching is verse by verse, word by word, reading from the original Hebrew words of Scripture.

There is a marriage, of the promised son, to a called-out, faithful and obedient woman. It’s a portrait of Messiah, the promised son, to a called-out, faithful and obedient body of believers. There is the selection of the bride. Then there is the REDEMPTION of the bride, or bride price ( a portrait of salvation ) There are ten camels. What do they represent? There is a faithful servant and some men, a clay water jar. What does it all mean? It’s about walking in OBEDIENCE to the commandments of our Creator. We are required to work out our SANCTIFICATION (see Phil 2:12), with fear and trembling, by the washing of the Word. The pictures are all right here! Walking in the Spirit and drinking rivers of Living Water (John 7:37-39)

Isaac and Rebekah is about leaving our home and everything we have and know, to follow the servant of the Abraham -- ( Abraham represents our Creator, our Father in Heaven; while the servant represents the Set Apart Spirit – Ruach רוּחַ ) -- to go to a far country which we have never seen ( representing the Kingdom of ELohim אֱלֹהִים ), to be with Isaac ( representing Messiah ) who we have not yet seen either. And what is the name of the servant? Why are we not told?

It’s all about just wanting to be with our Isaac, more than anything in this life – and all we know about him, is by the words which the servant of Abraham has told us!

What does the honeybee, Rebekah ( Rivkah רִבְקָה ) and the True Bride of Messiah have in common?

What really happened when Rebekah 's eyes locked gaze on Isaac ( Yitzchak יִצְחָק ), for the very first time, whom she had never seen before, after the long journey to the Land of Promise ( portrait of Heaven )?

What or who does her brother Laban represent? This may shock us. And what is the mystery about the name of Rebekah? And then the mystery of the veil. There is a portrait here we have probably not seen before.

There are many other hidden mysteries concerning critical aspects of the nature and character of the True Bride of Messiah. They are revealed here through these Hebrew words.

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