The Spirit And The Bride

The verse in question is:

Rev 22:17 And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely. (KJV)

Now, to divide these peoples into sets, the "Spirit" refers to the "sons of God" i.e. the "angels" or "those not fallen". The "Bride" refers to all those forgiven (the elect saints). Those that "hear" are those that are referenced in the seven letters (closing each letter), and those that thirst are those that would complete a seven cycle of K4 subgroups to fill an octal which finally closes the entire work of God with Christ's second coming.

Then those that "hear" give the reader an enigma: for they must not only close each letter, they must also close every K4 group formed by the marriage(s) of Spirit and Bride.

Then by extension the angel, or the least, is "He that heareth" and is him upon whom the modal collapse of left and right sets is made on a "day where no man or angel may work", bringing the final work of omnipotent God then returning to judge.

Given the overcoming of the least, inactivity to left and right of the disjunction entails complete omnipotence in the marriage itself! God, will do every required work and judge between those so found within the flock, (angels, as well as the faithful) and all those to be excluded to the "lake of fire".

Then in every case of each of Christ's letters, there is a remnant which is so married, but then they are also a witness to that marriage, the marriage of the lamb - (the applied crown of the angel, a "crown of life") sewn closed and shut by the circuit of the least at the time of Christ's choosing.

Also, there is a portion of those that are not elect that may indeed "hear" as if placed as the zero element. Such are referenced as "thirsty" and are also offered eternal life by becoming obedient to God (without exception all that hear, not merely learn) and freely may decide without any duress. (See chapter 16 of the book's fourth edition.)

So, the octal is closed and a K4 group walked through the octal. Now, I know that the octal itself is closed in union. It makes sense that those that "hear" are those ministered to by angels and witnessed to by the elect faithful. Those that are thirsty as well, are those without the seven cycle of the Holy Spirit and they will be placed under the wrath unless they have likewise overcome the Lord's curse of "death" lasting from Eden. They, simply put, are "called", but unless they will overcome (hear) they are not chosen. (They trample the "outer court" underfoot as without conviction.)

So, if the angels, the elect, those that will hear and repent, i.e. those that will become Christians, (and not those who will forever remain as "not elect" as well) then all call "Come" to Christ, will He come?

Christ's answer is for those that will not alter the book and its prophecies and those that will not defile it, He will surely come quickly.

Rev 22:20 He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus. (KJV)

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