THE BRIDEGROOM

The Lord is The Bridegroom, and therefore seeks His Bride, The Church.

All four gospels refer to Jesus as The Bridegroom. Matthew, Luke, John and Mark

We have a picture of the return of the Bridegroom and the 10 Virgin’s with their lamps: represented by the five overlapping white panels on each side. The five on the left are trimmed with red sequins – they were ready (under the blood). The five on the right are trimmed with black sequins – they were not ready (still in sin).

The menorah with seven candles and seven stars. The seven churches are represented by the seven candles and the seven stars are the Angels (pastors) of the seven churches.

The dark blue background represents the “midnight cry”. The ten virgins were asleep.
The fringe on the panels and the top swag represent the love of Christ and His mercy is ever flowing and covering His people (the church).
The bells represent the joyful sound of His coming.
The white fabric – Purity/Holiness
Blue – Heavenly things/He is coming. We don’t know when! We need to be ready.
Red – Blood /Forgiveness
Black – Sin
Gold – Righteousness/Power
Silver – God’s Word/Vessels of Sacred use
On the back – He Is Coming
BEHOLD THE BRIDEGROOM COMETH TO CLAIM HIS BLOOD WASHED BRIDE.