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Stephanie Pavlantos: The Betrothal — 18 Comments

  1. Amen Stephanie. The covenant is so serious thank you for the reminder and truth. I liked what you said, “The Bridegroom comes to the door of our hearts and knocks. When we let Him in, it begins an amazing relationship that will challenge us to be holy.” The challenge is so worth it. Thanks again. Blessings

  2. Thank you so much, Stephanie. This is beautiful. The symbolism is so lovely. Our bridegroom is such a romantic! Come, Lord Jesus! 😍

  3. Thank you, sister, for your insight on the betrothal. My favorite part was the scripture from Revelation. I love that!

  4. Well said author! A betrothal, any covenant with man or God, is meant to be taken seriously. I’ve always considered that any agreement I enter into with man is a promise to God to keep my word, do the honorable and right things for the right reasons, and obey God in the process. I can’t say they’ve all ended up well for me in this life, but I know that I’ll be rewarded in my next one for doing so. Great post ma’am.

    • Thank you, J.D.! You’re right, while no one but the Godhead is perfect, we all have a responsibility to enter into a promise seriously and do our best to keep any covenant or promise we make. Entering into a covenant with God is a mighty serious thing. Thank you for reading and commenting–it’s always appreciated.

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