Heavenly Jerusalem, Our Mother
Two thousand years ago, Jesus conveyed God’s words in parables (Mt 13:34–35). These are stories illustrating a hidden message. He Himself was symbolically referenced as the Lamb.
In the book of Revelation, Christ, identified as the Lamb, is accompanied by another.
The Holy City Jerusalem represents Christ’s bride.
“‘Come, I will show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb.’ ...and showed me the Holy City, Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God.”
Just as the Bible figuratively depicts Christ as a Lamb, it’s essential we recognize that His bride, the Holy City Jerusalem, is not a literal city. The Bible clarifies the symbolism of the Lamb. And it also reveals the identity of the Holy City Jerusalem.
The Bible affirms that the Heavenly Jerusalem is not a city but our Heavenly Mother—God the Mother. In accordance with the testimony of Jesus and the Bible, we have not only God the Father but also God the Mother. They are prophesied to appear in this final age to provide us with the water of life.
The Spirit and the Bride together offer the water of life. The Spirit represents God our Father, as explained by the Trinity. The Bride is Jerusalem Mother, who bestows the water of life, eternal life, alongside our Father.