Write, my daughter. I have loved you with an everlasting love. I am drawing you and my Bride unto myself, even now. Oh how your heart burns within you as does mine burn within me, yearning for you, my Bride. We indeed yearn for each other! I am at the door! Oh my bride, weeping lasts for a night but joy comes in the morning! (Psalm 30:5) I am with you, even now, by my Spirit. Though you have not seen me, you love me, and even though you do not see me now, you believe in me and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy. For you are receiving the goal of your faith: the salvation of your souls! (1 Peter 1:8-9) Oh my daughter, have not the prophets searched for what you now see and longed for what you now know? Have they not for ages past yearned to look into these things? How blessed you are, Oh Daughter of Zion, to be the very one who has taken the baton of clarity and the fullness of truth! No more will the mystery of my revelation to the world be hidden. No more will the world yearn for me, as a woman groans in the labor of her firstborn child. Now, at last, all things are reaching their climax and coming to fruition. The whole creation groans as in the pains of childbirth, right up to the present time. (Romans 8:22) But at last, the baby will be born! (Revelation 12:5) And who is the baby? She is my Bride, my Remnant, my firstborn from the dead, my firstfruits of all my harvest, and by her I will gather my grapes and glean my field. By her will the world know my glory and be amazed! Oh rejoice, Oh Daughter of Zion, your Savior comes to you riding on a donkey–yea now, a battle horse! He is drawn up for battle and armed for blood. He will take vengeance on the nations with His bride by His side. Rejoice, Oh Daughter of Zion, and sing songs, Oh Daughter of Jerusalem! Make haste to prepare yourselves fully. Your King cometh!
Lord, I don’t understand why you have said that your Bride is the firstborn from the dead, when your Word says that you, Yehushua, are firstborn from the dead: ” …Jesus Christ the faithful witness, the firstborn of the dead, and the ruler of kings on earth” (Revelation 1:5). My daughter, I am indeed THE firstborn from the dead, but my remnant is the firstborn of the rest of my saints. James 1:18: “Of his own will he brought us forth by the word of truth, that we should be a kind of firstfruits of his creatures.” Lord, what about those who rose from the dead at the time of your death? (Matthew 27:52) My daughter, if my death brought about such life, what of my resurrection? “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live” (John 11:25). These who rose from the dead displayed the power of my cleansing blood to overcome death, yet my Bride who rises from the dead will display my conquering power of new life that comes through the fullness of my resurrection. “Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap” (Galatians 6:7). If you sow to please your sinful nature, you will reap death and destruction. If you sow to please me, the fountain of life, the giver of everlasting life, the Resurrection and the Life, then you will reap eternal life. It begins here, it climaxes with your resurrection, and you are glorified in me and I in you! Oh, Rejoice Daughter of Zion; sing songs of praise, Daughter of Jerusalem! Your King comes to you! He rides on a victory steed and is crowned with glory and honor. Join Him! It is your choice.