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End Times

Revelation 19:9 (NKJV)

Then he said to me, “Write: ‘Blessed are those who are called to the marriage supper of the Lamb!’” And he said
to me, “These are the true sayings of God.”

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Bible Commentary

Revelation 19:9 is a Bible verse from the last Book of the Bible where John describes what he was instructed to write regarding the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

The marriage supper of the Lamb is one celebration we don’t want to miss! This is a wedding celebration in which we are more than just spectators. As the bride of Christ, we are participants!

Unlike most weddings where the focus of attention is on the bride and her beauty, at this wedding the honor and glory will distinctly belong to the Groom, the Lord Jesus Christ.

He is the One Who adorns His bride with the beauty of His righteousness. Without Him, we could not make ourselves ready as it states in Revelation 19:7.

“Let us be glad and rejoice and give Him glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His wife has made herself ready.”

We can do nothing apart from Him. He arrays His bride with the radiance of His Own reflection. We are magnificently adorned in the splendor of His grace. Our minds cannot even fathom the grandeur of His grace.

The great question formed in our minds after reading Revelation 19:9 is, “Am I called to the marriage supper of the Lamb?”

Unlocking the Truth - Run to Him

“Called” in the Greek means: to call, bid, call forth, give command. These meanings are reminiscent of a roll call on the first day of school. If your name is on the list, you’re in good order and ready to go.

From the moment of creation, we were all called to love our Creator, Who lovingly formed man from the dust of the ground and wove together our inward parts. He knows every detail of our frame—inside and out. We are His children and He is our Heavenly Father.

He calls us all, and He commands us all. He has shown us His great love for us by sending the best He had to give—His Son Jesus Christ. Then He endured the agony of watching Him suffer at the hands of those He was sent to save.


His love is far greater than His justice, and He has patiently endured, waiting for us to heed the call of the cross—the gift of salvation—and His command to love Him with all our hearts, souls and minds.

Let us listen for His call and listen for His command. We don’t want to miss the marriage supper of the Lamb. “Supper” in the Greek means: dinner, the chief meal, feast; to devour.

As with many words of the Bible, much of the Book of Revelation is a mystery. This protects us from focusing on what’s going to happen, but rather helps us focus on Him instead.


Let us run to Him, not out of fear of what may happen, but because we love Him and are called to Him. As we do that, we celebrate daily His intimate Presence in our lives.

This is the marriage supper of the Lamb—the ongoing nuptials of the sweet companionship of His Presence. It’s not a particular place and time, but a continual feast of Him right now, in the present.

We can stop waiting for, and worrying about a “sign.” The cross was our wedding invitation. Let’s respond with a hearty and joyful “YES”!

As a wedding vow to our Groom, let us pledge our faithful devotion to Him, being satisfied to just be with Him, no longer seeking other gods, but being thankful for what He provides and how He provides it; not seeking our own comfort and security, but seeking His face.

Let us drink Him in and enjoy the sweet savor of all He has to offer, now and forever. “I am my beloved's, And my beloved is mine.” (Song of Solomon 6:3) Study the Bible verse of Revelation 19:9 and delight in the sweet marriage supper of the Lamb.



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