The Groom is in charge of the Invitations – Lisa B


The Groom is in charge of the Invitations

February 27, 2021 12:28 AM
Lisa B – Prayer Warrior

The Lord has instructed me to not watch YouTube anymore. This was a direct instruction and confirmed twice.

So, three weeks have passed by and I initially battled without it. Not being able to listen to prophets and messengers

really unsettled me. I also felt part of a community which has encouraged me, listening to fellow kingdom Christians.

In the first week – I had withdrawal symptoms and I slipped up twice (and repented.)

From week two, with my increased bible time and prayer time, free from these distractions the Lord has stepped forward

as if to say – ‘See, spend more time with me and I will answer.’

Dream 18th February 2021.

I was getting married at a beautiful wedding venue in the hills somewhere.

Dressed in white, I was marrying my husband.

After we were married, I walked around checking on food and my guests and bumped into two primary school friends I haven’t seen in many years.

I was surprised to see them as I wouldn’t have thought to invite them to my wedding. That’s when I realised that I didn’t know any of the guests and these friends were

asking me, why I hadn’t invited my parents and siblings and the rest of my family. It really upset me as I definitely would have invited all my family.

What would they say, when I told them I had got married without them?

I then went into one of the venue conference rooms and was joined by a small group of people. They wanted me to pray for healing for a church member, they believed the Bride’s prayers would heal this person.

After I prayed aloud the group left, except for once lady.

She made sure we were alone and then said that the final step after the prayer for healing, was the song.

This song was just for her and I and she would teach me.

It was tricky to learn, we had to walk across the room, stop at intervals, bend legs, raise hands, lower hands, half talk, half sing. Stop singing, continue singing.

The pitch was high and the rhythm irregular. I found it strange to listen to.

As I completed the routine and reached the other side of the room, the Dream ended.


I believe I represented the Bride of Christ.

The dream highlighted to me that we have no say on who will be at the wedding and wedding feast. The Bridegroom, our glorious Lord

is in charge of invitations. I think we will be surprised who will be at the feast and who will not.

The Brides prayers will be powerful and the Lord will show his glory through them in healing, deliverance, miracles.

The body of Christ will know how powerful the prayers are and will have faith in God answering them. They trusted the Bride.

I also represented the 144000 in the dream. Only they will learn the new song. The complexity and detail of the song is not literal, it represents the newness

or different elements in the music that no-one knows about, and only the 144000 will be able to learn and sing correctly.

I immediately thought of:

Revelation 14:3, KJV: “And they sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four beasts, and the elders:

and no man could learn that song but the hundred and forty and four thousand, which were redeemed from the earth.”

Although the dream focused on the new song, the message pressed upon me was that I was bothered by the guest list.

I am taking this to the Lord, as I believe I have expectations of who will be saved and who will be at the feast and I need to hand this to our Lord and trust his way and his plans.

(Not lean on my own understanding.)

The morning I awoke from the dream, I asked the Lord for confirmation. It was only when I was getting ready for work that I caught myself humming something. When I realised
I was humming, I identified the song as one I sang in primary school.

Sing a new song unto the Lord
let your song be sung from mountains high.
Sing a new song unto the Lord,
singing alleluia.
Yahweh’s people dance for joy.
O come before the Lord.
And play for him on glad tambourines,
and let your trumpet sound.
Sing a new song unto the Lord
let your song be sung from mountains high.
Sing a new song unto the Lord,
singing alleluia.
Rise, O children, from your sleep
your Savior now has come.
He has turned your sorrow to joy,
and filled your soul with song.

Glorious Lord, we lift your name on high!

Wherever we are placed in the final days, may we praise the Lord every step of the way.

Blessing to you all

Lisa B.

Psalm 40:1-3
1 I waited patiently for the Lord; and he inclined unto me, and heard my cry.

2 He brought me up also out of an horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my goings.

3 And he hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God: many shall see it, and fear, and shall trust in the Lord.

Psalm 98:1
O sing unto the Lord a new song; for he hath done marvellous things: his right hand, and his holy arm, hath gotten him the victory. O sing unto the Lord a new song; for he hath done marvellous things: his right hand, and his holy arm, hath gotten him the victory.

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