The Divine Marriage

Marriage imagery is all through both the OT and NT.

Jesus' first miracle was at a wedding.

God married Aryan Israel at Mt Sinai.

Aryan Israel had a civil war and split into two kingdoms.

God divorced the northern kingdom of Aryan Israel [the vast majority of the tribes of Aryan Israel] because she was unfaithful. God cast His divorced Aryan Israel wife out of Palestine to live with her pagan lovers and she became "gentiles" [the word means nations.] Although the southern kingdom of Aryan Israel also sinned, God did not divorce her because she was destined to become the vessel of God's holy incarnation.

God says to remarry a divorced wife who has since been defiled by another is an abomination. Deuteronomy 24:4 / Jeremiah 3

The only thing that could break the old marriage covenant is death.

Thus the death of God incarnate, Jesus Christ, nullified the old marriage covenant... so God/Christ can remarry all 12 Aryan Israel tribes under a new marriage covenant. "This is My blood of the covenant" [Matthew 26:28] - new covenant - remarriage to Aryan Israel.

Furthermore, the ancient custom was for the bridegroom to pay a bride price. This is what Jesus meant when He said you are bought with a price [1 Corinthians 6:19-20]. Once the bride and groom are engaged to be married, the bridegroom leaves to build the marriage home [New Jerusalem - Revelation 21:2]. The bride and her maidens wait for the bridegroom to return... not knowing exactly when that will be [Jesus' parable of the 10 virgins.]

At the bridegroom's second coming the bride, groom and guests proceed to the wedding feast, the "marriage supper of the Lamb" [Revelation 19:6-9].