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Zechariah 3: Vision of the High Priest

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In the fourth vision, the interpreter angel shows him a courtroom: the high priest Joshua represents the nation of Israel, who is the defendant; the Angel of the Lord is the defense Lawyer; Satan, to the right of the defendant, is the accuser of his sins (represented by filthy garments); and the Lord is the Righteous Judge. The unclean garments of the priest represented the rebellion of Israel.

After listening to the defense Lawyer intercede on this behalf and considering the promises made to Abraham, the Righteous Judge decided to forgive Israel and rebuke Satan.

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Matthew 22: The Parable of the Wedding Feast

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The wedding garment refers to the righteousness of the saints (Rev. 19.8), which comes through pure and genuine faith in the Lord Jesus and justifies us before God. Many people are wearing a fake garment, that is to say, they have a fake faith.

Although they believe in Jesus, have received a few blessings, and attend church regularly, they continue to contradict God’s will by their actions.

They seem t have a pure faith, and their garments seem perfectly genuine, but the Lord see what no one else can – grudges in their hearts, malice, pride, selfishness, evil intentions, spiritual neglect, emotion faith, unreliability, hypocrisy, and everything else that makes them unworthy to participate in the marriage of the Lamb (Rev. 19.7).

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Genesis 21: Isaac Is Born

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The Lord visited Sarah. The birth of Isaac guaranteed the continuation of the Abrahamic Covenant. The Most High not only cured Sarah’s barrenness, but renewed the organs of her body so that she became young again. Abraham waited 25 years to see the promise fulfilled. This shows that everything happens at the time the Lord God determines. As time passes, one by one His promises will be fulfilled.

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Matthew 21: The Triumphal Entry

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The clothes and the branches were a kind of welcome offering to the Messiah. This form of greeting was common when kings returned home, in triumph, from their battles. Those who had a better financial situation took off their cloaks and spread them along the way, while the poor adorned the ground with branches from trees. As the King entered the city, everyone offered their best to honor him.

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