His Delight depicts a breaking forth from barrenness to fruitfulness.
Isaiah 62:4 AMP says you “…shall no more be termed Forsaken, nor shall your land be called Desolate any more. But you shall be called Hephzibah [My delight is in her], and your land be called Beulah [married]; for the Lord delights in you, and your land shall be married [owned and protected by the Lord].”
Here we see the bride rejoicing because she is no longer forsaken and desolate; she is delighted in and flourishing. We see the breath of life blowing on the dry land and bringing life, dark skies giving way to glorious light. And in her hand the bride holds a scarf that comes from the same scripture.
The scarf’s name is Beulah. The colors in it are white representing bride, peach representing contrite heart, ox blood red representing redemption, and cherry cordial representing depth of God’s love. The pattern of the scarf signifies the breaking forth from desert to flourishing beauty — desolate to married, forsaken to His delight. The scarf was prayed over and anointed with the Scent of Heaven’s Wedding Feast, which is used as a reminder of the Lord’s love for us, His commitment to us, and His protection over us.
I pray that as the breath of life blows over you that you would burst forth from desert and flourish! That you would understand the fullness of your identity as His delight — married, the one He chose. You are desolate and forsaken no more!