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30, 60, and 100 Fold

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In the journey of life, we often hear about the significance of our choices and how they shape our destinies. Whether it’s advice passed down from parents to children or reflections from spiritual leaders, the message remains clear: what we do now reverberates into eternity.

In Sunday’s message, we reflected on the analogy of the Bride of Christ, drawing from Biblical teachings to underscore the importance of living in harmony with God’s divine will. Just as Paul imparts wisdom to his followers about the enduring consequences of their decisions, even so should we emphasize the eternal ramifications of our actions.

The Symbolism of Three

Drawing from Revelation 1:19 and various other Biblical references, we delve into the symbolism of the number three. It represents harmony, completeness, and new life. God called Samuel three times. Jesus told Peter to feed His flock of sheep three times. Jesus prayed three times in the garden. Daniel prayed three times a day. Body, soul, spirit. Seed, plant, harvest. Faith, hope, charity. Death, burial, resurrection.  The motif of three permeates Scripture, signaling divine perfection and completion.

The Call of Service and Friendship

In this sermon, you’ll get a deeper understanding of the 30, 60, and 100 fold mentioned in Matthew 13:23. In Revelation 19:6-9 it talks about the marriage ceremony of the Lamb and how the Bride has made herself ready.

Are you ready?

Not everyone is going to have the same position in Heaven. A man who got saved and died the next day will not have the same position as Paul the Apostle. There will be the 30 fold, the 60 fold, and the 100 fold. The 30 fold are the servants, who will serve for the wedding ceremony of the Lamb.

Quoting John 15:15, the Lord calls us friends, inviting us to a deeper relationship marked by intimacy and trust. Those are the 60 fold, the guests. Truefriendship with Christ entails more than mere obedience; it requires a willingness to protect and uphold the heart of God’s work.

The 100 Fold

As the sermon continued, the we painted a vivid picture of the marriage supper of the Lamb, a banquet where the Bride of Christ rejoices in eternal union with the Lamb. The invitation to this sacred gathering is extended to all, but only those who have cultivated a deep relationship with Christ, akin to that of a bride to her groom, will partake in its fullness.

In Conclusion...

As we draw to a close, the I want to urge you to ponder the depth of tyour commitment to Christ. Whether called to serve as faithful servants or to ascend to the heights of intimate friendship with God, each individual is challenged to consider their role in God’s eternal plan.

In conclusion, this sermon serves as a poignant reminder of the enduring significance of our choices and the transformative power of a life lived in alignment with the God’s will. As we journey through this temporal realm, may we strive to cultivate a deep and abiding relationship with Christ, knowing that our actions in the present shape our destiny for eternity.

God bless you and thank you for reading! There is so much to be said on this topic that I simply couldn’t put it all in one post. If you’re interested in the details, click the video below and watch the sermon for yourself. I pray it blesses you!

Anthony Wynn

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