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Title: "Harmony of the Divine Symphony"

Subtitle: "A Cosmic Tapestry of Creation, Redemption, and the Covenant of Love"

By Mel LegrePublished 4 months ago 3 min read
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Title: "Harmony of the Divine Symphony"
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In the primordial dawn of creation, as Genesis 1:26-27 narrates, God the Father(Matthew 6:9) and God the Mother ( Galatians 4:26) spoke with majestic unity, declaring, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness." Together, their divine collaboration echoed through the cosmos, weaving the intricate fabric of life. From this divine decree emerged the cosmic symphony, with the heavenly parents sculpting humanity in their own image—Male and Female—a testament to the sacred unity in the creative act.

As the grand narrative continued, Genesis 3:20 unfolded, revealing a pivotal moment in the earthly realm. "The man called his wife's name Eve because she was the mother of all living." Here, the recognition of Eve as the mother of all living beings symbolized the embodiment of God the Mother in the earthly story. The divine maternal essence manifested in Eve, the first mother, nurturing and sustaining the tapestry of life on Earth.

In the cosmic ballet, God the Father and God the Mother, creators of the heavens and the Earth, observed their divine handiwork. Through epochs and ages, the human journey echoed the celestial story—a dance between the heavenly parents and their earthly children.

The symphony unfolded with Revelation 19:7-9, where a celestial celebration marked the marriage of the Lamb, God the Father, and His Bride, God the Mother. "Let us rejoice and exult and give him the glory," resonated through the heavenly realms, encapsulating the completeness of divine love and the eternal bond between the divine parents.

Expanding the vision in Revelation 21:9-10, believers were invited to witness the Bride, the wife of the Lamb. The New Jerusalem descended, bathed in the radiance of God the Mother's nurturing grace. Here, the heavenly Jerusalem became a symbol of hope, an eternal abode where weary souls found solace in the maternal embrace of God the Mother.

Revelation 22:17 echoed the celestial call, "The Spirit and the Bride say, 'Come.' And let the one who hears say, 'Come.' And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who desires take the water of life without price." The divine partnership of God the Father as the Spirit and God the Mother as the Bride extended an invitation—an invitation to partake in the eternal waters of life freely given.

"The savior of our time is the Spirit (God the Father) and the Bride (God the Mother) gave us the water of Life (eternal life)." This profound truth mirrored the essence of Genesis 1:26-27, where the divine collaboration birthed life in the image of God. Here, the waters of eternal life flowed, akin to the life-giving breath that animated humanity in the beginning.

In Luke 19:20, a new covenant was established, urging humanity to seek and obey. "But the other disciple outran Peter and reached the tomb first." The disciples, akin to seekers of truth, raced towards the realization of the new covenant. This covenant, established by God the Father and God the Mother, became the key to salvation.

In 2 Corinthians 6:17-18, believers were urged to be separate from the impurities of the world, finding a sacred family connection. "I will be a father to you, and you shall be sons and daughters to me, says the Lord Almighty," solidified the familial bond with God the Father and God the Mother, echoing the recognition of Eve as the mother of all living.

Thus, the cosmic tale unfolded seamlessly, entwining the threads of Genesis, Revelation, and the new covenant. In this celestial narrative, believers found not only a divine connection but a familial bond, a dance between God the Father, God the Mother, and their cherished children—a tapestry woven with threads of love, redemption, and the eternal waters of life. The seekers of truth, guided by the covenant, embarked on a journey toward salvation, finding solace in the embrace of the divine parents.

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Mel Legre

God fearing, and gospel worker. Telling the story about anything.

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  • Test4 months ago

    A beautifully articulated exploration of divine collaboration and the celestial dance between God the Father and God the Mother, woven seamlessly through biblical narratives.

  • The Bride of Christ is the believers. There is no God the Mother. Mary gave birth to Jesus through the Holy Spirit. Read Luke 1:26-38 NKJV. This post is not right and should be corrected. God is always referred to as He.

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