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When the Israelites were bitten by serpents in the wilderness, God told Moses to put a bronze serpent on a pole. The pole represents the cross and bronze speaks of judgment. Those who beheld the serpent on the pole lived because they saw their problem — the deadly serpent — nailed and put to death on the cross. (Numbers 21:6–9)
The Bride also has responsibilities in the marriage contract. She must learn the things her husband wants her to do as well as maintain her purity for the wedding night. There is a good book that explains all of this called Lost in Translation Vol. 1: Rediscovering the Hebrew Roots of Our Faith by John Klein and Adam Spears. It goes into great detail on the ...
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