Honour Jesus for He is Lord
Just recently, when I looked on what the Bible says on Royalty, I came across the below verse from Psalm 45:13-15 – All glorious is the princess in her chamber, with robes interwoven with gold. In many-colored robes she is led to the king, with her virgin companions following behind her. With joy and gladness they are led along as they enter the palace of the king.
I went to read the whole Psalm 45 and as I was reading I felt the Holy Spirit speaking to me clearly. I was reading something but something else was downloaded in my head – the king from Psalm 45 is Jesus and the daughter, the princess who is brought to get married, is the church. The church, in multi-coloured robes (which means of different denominations), should come together to Jesus. The church is Jesus bride.
This psalm is a wake-up call to the churches – to honour Jesus for He is Lord.
The virgins are those believers that follow Jesus with all their heart, they are pure. They will enter His kingdom.
Rich people will give gifts to others (will support organisations as they do today); wealthy people will seek His favour (in a way of receiving more prosperity because the King is good and He will give them whatever they want, but without actually seeking Him; they don’t want Jesus, they want His riches).
God speaks in different ways and one of His ways is through the Bible. There are times when I read something in the Bible but the Holy Spirit is revealing to me another meaning that with the natural mind doesn’t many any sense. He is downloading a revelation into my spirit.