Apr 01

TMCI Women of Destiny Conference May 1-2: Drink from the Cup

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The Betrothal cup, the Martyr’s cup, the cup of Blessing: What is in the cup? As we accept “the cup” we become the door through which His glory is revealed to the world, sanctified ~ set apart for a particular use (and thus not available for other uses).

In Judaism, the prospective bridegroom pops the question by pouring a cup of wine for his beloved, then anxiously awaits her response to his proposal. If she sips from the Kiddush (sanctification) cup, she shows her willingness to enter this union by saying “yes” to his proposal symbolizing the sealing of their marriage covenant in blood. The betrothed couple, for all legal purposes, is married. We see Yeshua (Jesus) drinking from the B’rit cup with His disciples after the Passover dinner, sealing the marriage covenant with His bride. Lifting the cup with His right hand, Yeshua (Jesus) recites the Jewish blessing over the wine. As the True Vine speaks, He blesses the fruit of His Father’s vine and praises the Creator for His bride-His choice fruit. He continues saying, “Drink ye all of it; For this is my blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins” (Matt. 26:27-28 KJV).

Are  ye able to drink of the cup that I shall drink of? Matthew 20:22 Do we wish to live as He lived, walk the path he walked, operate in all the miracles, signs and wonders, as well as the suffering, death (to self at the very least), and resurrection (LIFE)? YES, drink from the cup in His hand, drink from the cup of His life. Yes.

Schedule, hotel and More information: http://tmciworld.com/Women_s_Conference.html

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