A Theology of the Bride

Class Overview

A Bridal Theology is a class developed for the purpose of helping those called as forerunners, as well as the church at large, to understand the theology of the church’s bridal relationship with Christ.

1 – Importance of Understanding the Bride

Class: A Theology of the Bride

This session lays out eight reasons why understanding the bride of Christ is important. This session also casts the vision for why it is important for believers to have a deep understanding of Scripture related to the bride making herself ready to be the eternal wife of the Lamb.

2 – Entering the Plan of the Ages

Class: A Theology of the BrideThursday, March 17, 2022

You have been invited into the plan of the ages—to become the eternal bride of Christ. This message explains what this means, offering the global church a prophetic invitation to make themselves ready as a bride for Jesus Christ.

3 – The Bride in the Book of Revelation, Part 1

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, April 3, 2022

In the church today, there’s a lot of confusion about who, exactly, is the bride of Christ. Is every believer the bride? Is only a remnant the bride? To bring clarify to the confusion, this message looks at Revelation 2-3, examining what Jesus taught about the bride and the need to be made ready.

4 – The Bride in the Book of Revelation – Part 2

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, April 10, 2022

This message looks at Revelation 12 and Revelation 19:7-9, examining what these two passages teach about the bride and the need to be made ready. This message will help you gain valuable insight and understanding of the bride of Christ and how you can be made ready.

5 – The Bride in the Book of Revelation – Part 3

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, May 1, 2022

This message looks at Revelation 17:14, 19:11-21, and 21-22, examining what these three passages teach about the bride and the need to be made ready. This message looks at the second coming and the new heaven and new earth, with an eye on the bride being made ready.

6 – The Bride in Matthew 22

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, May 8, 2022

This message looks in-depth at the 14 verses of the Parable of the Marriage Feast. This will help you understand what Jesus taught and how this parable applies to today’s church.

8 – The Bride and the Writings of Paul, Part 1

Class: A Theology of the BrideSaturday, July 23, 2022

This session deals primarily with Ephesians 5, where Paul intertwines a discussion about husbands and wives with the church as the bride of Christ. In Part 1 of this session, Ken answers this question: “In Paul’s writings does he state that every believer will be the eternal wife of Christ?”.

8 – The Bride and the Writings of Paul, Part 2

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, July 24, 2022

This session looks at key nuggets about becoming the bride being made ready from Ephesians 5. This session looks at the bride being made ready from the perspective of what Christ did and does to make the bride ready.

9 – Esther and Bridal Purpose and Preparation

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, May 15, 2022

This message looks at the book of Esther and draws out the types and shadows to highlight a variety of principles for God’s purpose, preparation, and partnership planned for the bride of Christ.

10 – Esther and Bridal Partnership

Class: A Theology of the BrideSunday, May 22, 2022

This session highlights how the bride is to partner with Christ to reverse the plans of the antichrist kingdom, so God’s people are delivered. This session also looks at how we, as the bride of Christ, can partner with the Lord before He returns, when He returns, and following His return.

Ken Kessler