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Psalm 45:14 (b) This type illustrates the various beautiful works performed by Christians, whereby they weave a robe of righteousness against the day of their meeting with CHRIST in the judgment.

The Christian has two robes.

The one in ps45 made of golden thread is the product of GOD's own rich provision. This robe entitles us to come into GOD's presence. It is described in verse13, of this45th Psalm.

The robe which is described in verse14is a different robe entirely, and is a robe which we make by good works after we are saved. It is described in Revelation 19:8. That robe of fine linen is made of the righteous acts of the saints. We ourselves weave this robe day by day by our Christian activities for our Lord. The first robe of wrought gold we receive by faith when we trust JESUS CHRIST, and make Him the Lord of our lives. The second robe we receive at the marriage supper of the Lamb, and is made up by us in our many words and deeds done for the glory of GOD. The garment mentioned in Matthew 22:11 is the garment of wrought gold which is the gift of the mighty GOD to those who heed His call, and come to Him.

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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Needlework'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. 1957.

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