The bride of Mizoram
Margot Crossing has more “hands on” experience with an identified remnant of the “Lost Tribes of Israel” than anyone else I know. In fact, her son married into the tribe! In this story of the wedding, Margot relates the prophetic picture it presents. She also makes a very important point to all awakening Hebrews: “Don’t change sticks.” The nation of Israel is Jewish at its core, but the nation remains incomplete without the non-Jewish part. That is why the returning people of the House of Israel (known also as Joseph and Ephraim) cannot convert to Judaism. If we do, then the nation remains incomplete, and the promises of God remain unfulfilled.
Father is getting a bride for his Son from every nation, tribe and tongue. It is so acutely evident that he is doing so with the Mizo Tribe of north- east India.
25 As for husbands, love your wives, just as the Messiah loved the Messianic Community, indeed, gave himself up on its behalf, 26 in order to set it apart for God, making it clean through immersion in the mikveh, so to speak, 27 in order to present the Messianic Community to himself as a bride to be proud of, without a spot, wrinkle or any such thing, but holy and without defect. 28 This is how husbands ought to love their wives — like their own bodies; for the man who loves his wife is loving himself. 29 Why, no one ever hated his own flesh! On the contrary, he feeds it well and takes care of…
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