The Wedding Garment

Wedding GarmentWhat many call 'Christianity' has become a circus of late, a free for all. The Apostle Paul fortold of an age of apostacy that would come, a great falling away. We're seeing this with the watering down and twisting of the Scriptures by all sects of judeochristianity. There are ways which seem so right to men. In turn these men, with the help of jew rabbis, have formulated every other way you can think of to become a 'Christian.'

Look even at what's happened with the outcry, in the name of Christianity, to stand together with the queer community, against 'terrorism.' Truly we live in the day the prophet Isaiah spoke of where good would be perceived as evil, and evil would be perceived as good. How can we untangle this web of deception and know for sure the way of salvation? The answer is of course, found in the Scriptures, specifically in the parables of Jesus (Yahshua) Christ.

MATTHEW 22:1-14

1 And Jesus answered and spake unto them again by parables, and said, 2 The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king, which made a marriage for his son, 3 And sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden to the wedding: and they would not come. 4 Again, he sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them which are bidden, Behold, I have prepared my dinner: my oxen and my fatlings are killed, and all things are ready: come unto the marriage. 5 But they made light of it, and went their ways, one to his farm, another to his merchandise: 6 And the remnant took his servants, and entreated them spitefully, and slew them. 7 But when the king heard thereof, he was wroth: and he sent forth his armies, and destroyed those murderers, and burned up their city. 8 Then saith he to his servants, The wedding is ready, but they which were bidden were not worthy. 9 Go ye therefore into the highways, and as many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage. 10 So those servants went out into the highways, and gathered together all as many as they found, both bad and good: and the wedding was furnished with guests. 11 And when the king came in to see the guests, he saw there a man which had not on a wedding garment: 12 And he saith unto him, Friend, how camest thou in hither not having a wedding garment? And he was speechless. 13 Then said the king to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into outer darkness, there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. 14 For many are called, but few are chosen.

The Parable of the Wedding Garment is clear when it comes to pinpointing who will and will not, enter the kingdom of God. Christ did much teaching this way. Parables are stories that illustrate a central truth. It is foolish and dishonest to attempt to make the details of any of His parables, to carry significance outside of or beyond the main point. The interpretation of each part is controlled by the central theme of the whole parable. Therefore our primary goal in studying any parable is to discover the main point of what Christ is teaching in it.

The setting is a wedding feast, being made ready by a king for his son. As with any wedding feast, people are extended an invitation. Here, those invited refuse to attend. Some were too busy, others became hostile and murdered the king's servants. As a result, the angry king attacked and destroyed them and their city. The feast is then made ready and the king sends his servants to invite those who remain. The servants went and gathered all they could.

It says there were good ones and bad ones among those gathered. The idea of being 'good' or 'bad' being the criteria for salvation is practiced by all judeochristian sects in varying degrees, adopted thru the Catholics, from the leaven of the Pharisees. Yet what one deems good or bad, might be entirely different in another sect. Even among judeochristians for instance, one who drinks alcohol even in moderation, may be perceived as 'bad' by another sect. While another may believe it's okay to drink and still be considered 'good.'

Therefore, neither can the criteria for salvation be the performing of works such as baptism, church attendence, professions of faith, tithing, or any other work we can do. It also cannot be based on one's character, or applied to those who think they are more 'spiritual.' The only reason they got in and were allowed to stay, was because of the wedding garment, that's all.

The king then enters the dining hall to examine all who arrived to attend the wedding feast. Suddenly he notices an unwelcomed guest, a 'wedding crasher' who doesn't belong. One may declare, "Well what's wrong with being a wedding crasher? Don't we have the right to come and go as we please?" Not when it comes to this wedding.

Is this wedding crasher singled out because... he's not 'good' enough? No, there's no mention of that. This wedding crasher is singled out because he doesn't have the wedding garment. "Well then he should just be led away with cake and punch and" -really?! This king doesn't play around like that. For he has this infiltrator bound hand and foot, and removed from his presence immediately.

Notice, the king can tell he doesn't belong, just by his appearance or, just looking at him. On the part of the king, there is no drawn out questions such as, "Have you been born again?" or "When did you get saved?" to find out how he got in. One might think it unfair that the king would not provide him a wedding garment so he could stay. Yet we never see the king making that offer, nor was it possible, as you will see. Also, this violator never demanded it. In this parable we do not read of this wedding garment being the kind you can put on, take off, or change into. Therefore the wedding garment isn't something you can receive later on in life, but something you already 'have on' because you're born with it.

So the wedding garment isn't something we acquire along the way. For we also do not read of his servants handing out wedding garments anywhere in this parable. In fact, the wedding garment isn't even a factor until after "the wedding was furnished with guests." It wasn't until the king came in to examine the guests, that it was even mentioned. Yet we are about to find out all about it.

With these parables, in His unsearchable wisdom, Christ always used everyday concepts, familiar to His people, to illustrate these deep truths. For instance, what color would his immediate listeners have associated with a wedding? Could it be say, red, black, yellow, brown, or white? Even today we still think of white when it comes to a wedding. Besides, if the wedding garment was mere clothing, or intended by Christ to illustrate the universal nature of salvation to everyone, then the wedding crasher wouldn't have been silent after he was exposed. For he could have complained that no one offered him one. So it had to have been something one either had, or didn't have from birth. The wedding garment was irremovable. It was the 'garment' they wore all the time. The wedding garment is white, Adamic flesh. As white people, our beautiful white skin is this permanent wedding garment. This is why the intruder was silent. All he had to do was look around.

As in this parable, most will not be aware of this right up til the end! So whether you are considered as 'good' or 'bad,' as long as you have the wedding garment, you will be accepted by the King. We notice the wedding hall is still filled, just as the king originally desired.

ISAIAH 45:25

25 In the LORD shall all the seed of Israel be justified, and shall glory.

Paul provides a second clear witness to this truth when he concluded the same, "All Israel shall be saved" in Romans 11. For the blood of our King has washed all Israel as white as snow! He paid the price in full for all Israel's sins, past, present, and future. Israel is the only Bride Yahweh has ever known. The reason He took upon flesh was to keep the law by dying for Israel, then being raised from the dead, making us free to be reconciled to our Husband (Deuteronomy 24:1-4; Romans 7:1-4).

Again, white flesh is the wedding garment. Therefore no one can say that the requirements to be an acceptable attendee was attainable by any other means besides possessing this wedding garment. Yet in this life, whether or not a white person hears the truth of racial salvation or not, if they are indeed white, they have the acceptable wedding garment and will enter in "even as by fire" if necessary; some being raised up in everlasting glory, and others in everlasting shame (Daniel 12:2).


11 For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ. 12 Now if any man build upon this foundation gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble; 13 Every man's work shall be made manifest: for the day shall declare it, because it shall be revealed by fire; and the fire shall try every man's work of what sort it is. 14 If any man's work abide which he hath built thereupon, he shall receive a reward. 15 If any man's work shall be burned, he shall suffer loss: but he himself shall be saved; yet so as by fire. 16 Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? 17 If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are. 18 Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let him become a fool, that he may be wise. 19 For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness. 20 And again, The Lord knoweth the thoughts of the wise, that they are vain.

In their blindness, thinking they are wiser than God, sincere but ignorant white men have "called" non-whites, attempting to distribute what can be described as 'counterfeit' wedding garments, to those who would be nothing more than wedding crashers! It is to no avail, for it is impossible to give them what God has only provided for the "chosen". They use catchy slogans such as 'jews for jesus' to falsely describe those who are not the chosen of God. This is illustrative of the day of judgment, when those who are white, who sought to 'win' wedding crashers to Christ, will discover their efforts were nothing more than "wood, hay and stubble" which will not withstand God's fiery judgment.

Yet the great Apostle goes on to declare that "If any man's work shall be burned, he shall suffer loss: but he himself shall be saved; yet as by fire." So the sincere white, who gives up so much of his life and goes to great expense- learning languages, going to seminary, some even relocating their family among non-whites, trying to reach them, will receive no rewards from that. As an Israelite he himself will be saved, but he will have no rewards for these efforts.

Being white in this present evil world can be a struggle. Racial tensions continue to mount. White men become more effiminate as white women become more feminized. Meanwhile, non-whites continue to multiply at epidemic proportions. Will they breed us out of existence? Absolutely not. For at the wedding feast, there were many others who attended having the wedding garment.

So the question is not: have you been born again? On the contrary, that is nothing more than a man-made, fad doctrine based on a poor English translation of the Scriptures. For those who have the wedding garment are born from above. Yahweh God came from above to create our father Adam IN HIS IMAGE AS A WHITE MAN, breathing the Spirit of life into him and therefore, the entire white race. The wedding garment parable is indicative of the genetic results of this event.

This parable then effectively illustrates the exclusivity of salvation. Today everybody, no matter what color or ethnicity, is being invited and accepted. Yet with God, many are called, but few are chosen. Regardless, white judeochristians will continue scattering the sheep by calling goats to Christ. They can think it is wise, loving and compassionate to adopt them and bring them over here- they are deceiving themselves. For to Yahweh, Who is love, non-whites are nothing more than "wells without water" who cannot hold the Spirit of God. For onlyIsraelites have the wedding garment, therefore only Israelites will enter in.

The wedding crasher was the only non-white at the wedding feast; he knew the drill. Once he was exposed, he was silent; he had no answer. Today unfortunately, we have the jews who collectively are the prince and power of the air- controlling the media, entertainment, education, and the religious airwaves. One day however, they will all be "speechless." We have the blacks with their filthy crap 'music' and profanity-laced nonsense, spewing forth nothing but wickedness and perversion. But one day, their lips will no longer be flappin. The mexican who demands that "Whitey must leave Texas and go back to England" will finally shut down his bullhorn. The arab with those creepy, vain public prayer offerings to satan, will be heard no more.

Are there historical and/or prophetic implications represented in this parable? Absolutely. Those in verse 5 who rejected the invitation, represent the apostate Israelites who were in Judaea at the time of Christ. The "remnant" represents the rest of the Judaeans (jews) who were edomites. Christ will soon condemn them to their faces in Matthew 23, for their racial guilt of all the shedding of righteous blood from Abel, all the way up til the murder of John the Baptist's father, Zachariah.

In Matthew 24 He will prophecy the destruction of the "city" of Jerusalem by the Romans which took place later in 70 AD. Those who come in verse 10 are the blind Israelites of the dispersion, scattered throughout the Greco-Roman world at that time, represented by the term "highways" or out of the way places.

The Apostle Paul challenged the Corinthians to "Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves..." He didn't tell them to make sure they were jumping thru all the denominational hoops of their sect. He said examine yourself, look at yourself; do you have the wedding garment?

Here is the description of Christ in John chapter 4, as those Samaritan Israelites, who at the beckoning of the woman at the well, were walking toward Christ, "LIFT UP YOUR EYES, AND LOOK ON THE FIELDS, FOR THEY ARE WHITE ALREADY TO HARVEST." Christ is simply acknowledging that all who were coming to him in this instance had on the wedding garment.

Christ's final words in this parable are, "many are called but few are chosen". The outward call of the Gospel is heard by "many", even those without the wedding garment. The central truth of this parable is: though many who do not possess it are "called", only those who have the wedding garment are "chosen", and will be accepted by God.

Though the king's servants brought mostly those with the wedding garment, they were still guilty of doing the exact same thing as those today; gathering goats with the sheep, trying to keep the bad fish among the good, and allowing tares among the wheat. This parable is prophetic of Universalism, which Christ knew would one day be prevelant.


This parable pin-points that the way of salvation is racial and can be nothing else. There is no mention of anyone handing out, putting on or taking off, the wedding garment. We cannot change, add to, or take away anything from God's salvation because He is the One who 'fashioned' it. While all the want-to-be wedding crashers "shall be as though they had not been" (Obadiah 16).

If you are white, you are not only invited to the wedding, you are a part of the Bride of Christ- you have worn the wedding garment all your life. You are one of the chosen of God, not because you are good or bad but because you are a blood descendant of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.