They are all virgins, having lamps; but there is a BIG difference between them: OIL. What does the OIL symbolize? Many say that it is the symbol of the Holy Spirit. This appears logical and Biblical, but without God's Messianic Kabbalah, this explanation is partially correct and is deceiving.
By: LOPE COLUMNA, MESSIANIC-KABBALIST PASTOR GENERAL, The BRIDE OF CHRIST, MINISTRY OF LIFE
EACH OF THE 5 FOOLISH VIRGINS HAVE A LAMP; BUT THEY DON'T HAVE THE OIL TO LIGHT THEIR LAMPS!
WHAT DO THE "LAMP" AND "OIL" SYMBOLIZE?
They are all virgins, having lamps; but there is a BIG difference between them: OIL.
What is the LAMP?
In Psalms 119:105 the Lamp is described as God's Word, which means the LOGOS -- the LORD Jesus Christ (John 1:1,14). CHRIST means the ANOINTED, which means "WITH OIL."
What does the OIL symbolize?
The oil used in the lamp is OLIVE OIL. And olive oil signifies the sefira of CHOCHMAH, which means WISDOM -- the Messianic Kabbalah Wisdom.
In Proverbs 6:23, the Lamp is signified by God's Commandments. And according to the Zohar, the Torah or the Written Bible is Jesus Christ, and Christ is the Light. This means that for someone to be considered a wise virgin, he/she must combine both the Commandments (Lamp) and the Light (Oil). In other words, he/she must study and understand God's Messianic Kabbalah Wisdom, which is Jesus Christ Himself in person!
THE MESSIANIC KABBALAH WISDOM IS LIGHT, BECAUSE JESUS CHRIST IS THE MESSIANIC KABBALAH IN PERSON. AND CHRIST IS LIGHT
From the above explanations, we can conclude that the wise virgins are called WISE because they possessed both God's Commandments and their Wisdom of Truth. Messianic Kabbalah is called the Wisdom of Truth.
On the other hand, the 5 Foolish Virgins just possessed or obey God's Commandments (the Lamp), but without the Wisdom of Truth. This means obeying or serving God by the letters of the Law, and not by the Spirit of the Law. This also means that they don't really know God the Father and Jesus Christ in an intimate, face-to-face relationship. Therefore, they are rejected by Christ.