The Exodus when Israel left Egypt was one of the greatest miracles that ever took place and YHVH use that pattern to foretell the future exodus. We are going to look at the most prominent “exoduses” and study them to see what we can expect in the Great Exodus at the end of the age.
This event stands out in history to be one of
the most spectacular events where YHVH
performed a number of miracles when He
led His people out of Egypt. We first saw
the ten plagues and then the awesome
scene where YHVH parted the red sea and
destroyed Israel’s enemies. Later on they
saw the miracle at Marah where YHVH
provided water after three days. Just think
of the magnitude of this exodus where
about three million people left Egypt and
travelled through the Wilderness.
What is the first lesson we can learn from their experience? There will be an enemy
who will come after us and who will want to destroy us. Have FAITH and FEAR NOT
and see the salvation of YHVH! Stand back and let YHVH fight the battle for you.
This is a time where YHVH will bring salvation to those who will really trust Him and
we can learn from this pattern of the Exodus to prepare in what is coming.
The second lesson we can learn is that YHVH will provide all our needs so that we
will not die in the wilderness. We see that everything they went through was a test to
see whether they will follow YHVH and keep His Commandments and trust in His
promises. The bottom line is; will we trust YHVH in everything!
Israel at the waters of Marah is a prophetic scene within the Last Exodus (Tribulation)
where the real taste of false doctrines (bitter water) will feature and the people will cry
out for sweet water (Truth). They will thirst after truth and will be ready to be cleansed
from all the false teachings they have been brain washed with in the church. Moses
(Torah) throws the tree in the water to make it sweet. The Tree is a symbol of Y’shua
Who came to cleanse the water (Word). This also reveals the return of the Torah as
basis and foundation of our faith and the removing the bitter taste of lies and false
doctrines. If you give ear to YHVH’s Commandments, then all the plagues spoken of
in Revelation will not come near you during the time of the Tribulation.
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Israel left Egypt on the 14th of the first month and this was the 15th of the second
month, 30 days later where they complained about food. The first test was three
days without water and the second test was 30 days without food. These are
extreme conditions and you can expect them to complain and doubt because they
faced death. The third lesson we learn is to trust YHVH even if it looks like we are
going to die. He will come through and provide for us and will not let us die of hunger
and thirst in the wilderness. The time we wait for His provision is the time it takes to
get “Egypt” and “Babylon” out of us. It is part of our cleansing process and we have
to embrace it as such.
This was the exodus from Babylon but this time only 10% came back to Jerusalem to
rebuild the City. The people had to make a decision whether they wanted to make
the hard trip to Jerusalem or if they wanted to stay in the comfort of Babylon. This is
similar to the exodus we will experience. We are currently in Babylon and have
become comfortable and have made it our home. There will be a time coming that we
will have to leave “Babylon” and travel through the wilderness in order to return to
Jerusalem. Many will not want to leave their comfort and securities and will stay in
Babylon during the Great Tribulation. They will experience the plagues prepared for
Her and many will fall away and die. The next lesson we learn is that the end of the
Exile is connected to repentance and intersession for the sins of the people as we
read in Eze 9:4 and Rev 9:4, where we will receive YHVH’s seal whn we stand in for
the people and intercede for them so that they can come out of Babylon.
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