The Bride and the Bridge

Monday, January 21, 2012

Isaiah 62

The Lord longs for you as a spouse in a most intimate relationship. Wrap yourself in these words of comfort as you take joy in the preferential love of the Lord for you.

Take the second person pronoun as though directed to you alone. Become deeply enthused about renewal in your life, just as a bride sees herself in a new way, due to the unconditional love that her husband has for her. The radiance of the bridegroom flows into your life and outward to others in smiles and gestures of pure love, drawing others into the same love-field in which you are rejoicing. Your soul speaks as a newly wedded bride about what it is like to be so loved by God. You become the bridge for others to God.

The Reading for Today

Daily Bible Breaths

Version for Children and Families

This is the Third Week in Epiphany, Year C.
See “Solar and Sacred Seasons” in the menu above.
Mondays are dedicated to the Prophets. We read Isaiah in season of Advent to Epiphany.

One thought on “The Bride and the Bridge

  1. God Bless you had a dream last nigth I saw red wall with words That Said bridge and Bride woke up went to internet to see what it ment I found your website and its Been a blessing to me God Bless you


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