Rev. 19. Verses 1-10 are the final words of one vision (or section), and the rest of chapter 19 are the beginning of another. They speak of two events which are depicted as feasts. The first feast is the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, a celebration where Christ and his Church are united for the first time, never to be separated again. This even can only take place after the judgment of the great prostitute — the false bride. Verse 11 describes Christ coming in judgment and war, which is described as another feast: the great supper of God. This is none other than the war of Armageddon — in which the beast (a political spirit) and his kings and armies will be destroyed by an angelic army from heaven. This is to make room for a new kingdom, ruled by the King of kings and Lord of lords.
LORD, may we cling to our bridegroom, the Lamb, and thus be found in the right feast.