This is a letter from the Groom to my most beautiful Bride; (4-15-14)
My darling children, I am about to arrive at the end of the aisle and I need you to go back to your dressing rooms first. Please hear your King! I love you O my Bride, but please go back to your dressing rooms and make some last minute alterations in your gowns. Look at the full body mirrors in front of you which is my Holy Spirit. Ask my sweet Holy Spirit what is it as you stand there examining yourselves that needs altering. Yes, altering. Do you need more color to your gowns? Is your gown too tight? Do you need to take a few inches off the bust line? Children, I am speaking metaphorically, but you who seek me to be called "most beautiful bride" do know what I am referring to. Let all of my children return to the dressing room to inspect their gowns because there is something very unique about our wedding. We do not have a dress rehearsal. No children, there is no dress rehearsal when you meet your King the Groom. Please make last minute alterations in the next few days and come seeking me through my Holy Spirit to expose anything that is wrong with your gowns.