His Bride

Then I heard something like the voice of a great multitude and like the sound of many waters and like the sound of mighty peals of thunder, saying, “Hallelujah! For the Lord our God, the Almighty, reigns.
The Marriage of the Lamb
Let us rejoice and be glad and give the glory to Him, for the marriage of the Lamb has come and His bride has made herself ready.”
Revelation 19:6-7 NASB
Parable of the Wedding Feast   Matthew 22:2-14 TPT
2 He illustrated the reality of heaven’s kingdom realm by saying, “There once was a king who arranged an extravagant wedding feast for his son. 3 On the day the festivities were set to begin, he sent his servants to summon all the invited guests, but they chose not to come. 4 So the king sent even more servants to inform the invited guests, saying, ‘Come, for the sumptuous feast is now ready! The oxen and fattened cattle have been killed and everything is prepared, so come! Come to the wedding feast for my son and his bride!’ 5 “But the invited guests were not impressed. One was preoccupied with his business; another went off to his farming enterprise. 6 And the rest seized the king’s messengers and shamefully mistreated them, and even killed them. 7 This infuriated the king! So he sent his soldiers to execute those murderers and had their city burned to the ground. 8 “Then the king said to his servants, ‘The wedding feast is ready, yet those who had been invited to attend didn’t deserve the honor. 9 Now I want you to go into the streets and alleyways and invite anyone and everyone you find to come and enjoy the wedding feast in honor of my son.’ 10 “So the servants went out into the city streets and invited everyone to come to the wedding feast, good and bad alike, until the banquet hall was crammed with people! 11 Now, when the king entered the banquet hall, he looked with glee over all his guests.  But then he noticed a guest who was not wearing the wedding robe provided for him. 12 So he said, ‘My friend, how is it that you’re here and you’re not wearing your wedding garment?’ But the man was speechless. 13 “Then the king turned to his servants and said, ‘Tie him up and throw him into the outer darkness, where there will be great sorrow, with weeping and grinding of teeth.’ 14 For everyone is invited to enter in, but few respond in excellence.”
Matthew 22:3  God is the king who prepares his kingdom feast for his Son, Jesus Christ. The messenger-servants are the prophets he sends to summon the people to enter into the love feast of Jesus. It is all about the wedding of the Lamb to the bride of Christ. What a glorious feast is prepared for us!
Matthew 22:11  Those invited to come from the streets had no opportunity to buy wedding clothes. This wedding robe is a picture of the garment of righteousness that grace provides for us. The man without the wedding garment had one provided, but he didn’t want to change into new clothes. A change is necessary, for our King provides garments of white linen for us to wear, our wedding garments.
Matthew 22:14  Or “Many are called.” This can be understood to be a Semitic figure of speech that universalizes the invitation.
Matthew 22:14  The Greek word eklektoi can mean “chosen,” but it can also be translated “worthy,” “pure,” “choice,” “excellent.”  
His Bride" artwork created with: columns from The Upper Room, Jerusalem; stone aisle way from Bethlehem; Mediterranean Sea and bride from Tamara Menzi/Unsplash.