Moses as Messiah, Heartbreaker of God:

Moses’ Manifold Mysteries of Messiah
(Updated 1/29/17)
BY LEVI
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new bridegroom of bloodContinuing in our correlations and parallels of Jesus Christ (Yeshua haMashiach) to Moses (Moshe), we approach the plagues that God increased in devastation upon ancient Egypt, until Pharaoh finally let the Hebrew slaves go free from the confines of their national prison. In the next article, we will compare the famous exodus of national Israel to a future world exodus of God’s chosen people during the Apocalypse. Before that, however, we will learn a little about the ancient Egyptian religion and how it played a crucial role in Pharaoh hardening his heart against God, as well as what it means from a panoramic, messianic perspective.
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Already, we have examined multiple likenesses of the deliverer Moses to the Messiah, with dozens of Scripture references to support those asserted parallels; so I, the scribe of these articles, encourage readers to also explore the two prior articles on Moses. If there’s any doubt that God is in control of history with transcendent wisdom and intelligence, and that He operates from a unique paradigm to profess Himself, further reading on these things will vanquish such skepticism from even the most hardened of hearts that come to discern His means of communication.
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What has not been compared in previous articles are some of the notable differences between the prophet who delivered God’s flock from Egypt and the Good Shepherd who came to offer a New Covenant for the lost sheep of the House of Israel. Specifically, Moses was the secretive/veiled instrument of God (Elohim YHVH) who performed glorious corporeal signs as he and Aaron (his brother) worked to deliver Hebrews from bondage, but the meaning behind those natural acts of national devastation- such as water turned to blood- were not explicitly explained to the Israelites of the age. Christ, on the other hand, who also did many corporeal signs, miracles, and wonders for Israel, was the Teacher/Rabbi of God; thus, rather than merely giving commandments and creating peculiar laws that the people were left wondering over, Christ taught parables and similitudes so that His followers could learn to discern spiritual symbolism and how God witnesses to the greater substance of His panoramic works, with witnessing shadows of biblical history.
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The reason for this is that the New Covenant (Brit Chadesha) is really all about drawing out the Divine meanings behind the Old Testament (Tanakh). The Old Testament was centered upon God behind the veil in the Most Holy chamber, where only the privileged priests of Levi could enter, whereas the New Covenant is about entering behind the veil by the blood of Christ, to know the deep things that God has planned for us.
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In the 1st century of the Common Era, a split came between Messiah and His small number of rabbis and apostles that separated them from the majority of other sects of Judaism, such as the Sadducees, the Temple priests and scribes, and the Pharisees. That split came because many Jews had a very different view of Elijah coming in great glory to announce the Messiah, followed by the conquering Messiah ben David– the awaited Great King.
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It was a time of heavy taxation and Roman oppression on the people of Judea and surrounding regions, and Jewish opinions splintered on how to handle it, ranging from coping via complete compliance to the Roman authority and national revolts in a blaze of glory. Most Jews longed for a deliverance after the manner of Moses in Egypt, and Yeshua did not offer that; rather, at least not right away. He arrived speaking in parables about Himself and an unknown Kingdom of God, teaching inner refinement for a future inheritance and faith in His Word. At a time when many Jews were looking to destroy the enemy without, He taught concepts of saving and maturing the spirit within.
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Son of God Feeding Judean Multitude, PDI
Son of God Feeding Judean Multitude, PDI

With Jewish rabbis having their own oral traditions and Talmud(s) for biblical interpretations, the Gospel (this new good news) only served to steal their multitudes away from the establishment faiths. Not only would the enigmatic Nazarene not deliver and restore Israel to former glory, but He was taking their thunder. They were the pious in their pompous religious pageantry, and the impostor claiming to be the Messiah was associating Himself with the likes of lowly sinners and even people with leprosy. In their view, ‘Who did He think He was?’

The problem with their hasty assessment of Christ and His works is that God does not ask permission or shape His revelations around the self-serving and prideful of any people. He knew that Rome was greatly oppressing the Jewish nation, but He also knew their hearts. The people had to first endure spiritual refinement and learn true righteousness to become a nation worth glorifying. Otherwise, the historical pattern of their revolts and rebellions could go on indefinitely. Before a nation can dwell in righteous glory, the hearts, minds, and spirits its people had to be won for God- not just a god of a traditional faith that people can do evil in zeal in attempts to glorify; even Muslims do that.
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The people whom God would form as a Holy Kingdom had to embrace His Spirit and wisdom with compassion from within. The children of Israel were humble during centuries of slavery, but at the first light of liberty they revolted in wickedness, and they burdened Moses and the righteous few throughout their wilderness journey. Hence, deliverance via Christ had to be more than a Judas Maccabees’ kind of temporary victory from revolt; it had to be something for a greater Kingdom of believers, that could spread all over the world, with the most faithful brought in at the appointed time of God to favor and glorify Jerusalem- a glory that has yet to be seen in Israel.
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For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. (Eph. 6:12) NKJV
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Before God could create a nation of holy priests and virtuous families committed to His will and His Word, He had to teach them the true, underlying battles that occur simultaneously in the spiritual realm: the underlying causes for rebellion, lies, and evils in this world.
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Nevertheless, I am not writing this article to preach about righteous living or tell people things in which they already innately know, about being holy and virtuous before God; millions of preachers and rabbis have that calling and do a fine job at it. What I do want to bring to the forefront of this writing is the stark difference between the outward acts of righteousness and purity under Moses and the inward refinement that Christ battled to establish among His people. The wonders of Moses symbolized spiritual things that Moses and the Levitical priests did not explain, and only with the whole Word of God and the Holy Spirit can we bring such mysteries to confess the depths of their meaning. Moses fought against the open sorcery and dark forces of Egypt, but Christ came to battle against those same hidden forces within His own people. In Moses’ day, the priesthood was righteous through the most severe punishments from God, but with Christ we find the Holy Spirit indwelling believers for self-correction and willful refinement:
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But who may abide the day of his [Messiah’s] coming? and who shall stand when he appeareth? for he is like a refiner’s fire, and like fuller’s soap. And he shall sit as a refiner and purifier of silver: and he shall purify the sons of Levi [priesthood], and purge them as gold and silver, that they may offer unto the LORD [YHVH] an offering [sacrifice] in righteousness. Then shall the offering of Judah and Jerusalem be pleasant unto the LORD, as in the days of old, and as in former years. And I will come near to you to judgment; and I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers, and against the adulterers, and against the false swearers [religious liars, false prophets], and against those that oppress the hireling in his wages, the widow, and the fatherless, and that turn aside the stranger from his right, and fear not me, saith the LORD of hosts. (Mal. 3:2-5) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Christ came to battle the corrupt priesthood, according to Elohim YHVH, and had they not been so corrupt, God would not have destroyed the Temple and the priesthood, leaving Jerusalem in ruins, only about 40 years from the cross. He battled with the Sword of His mouth, His words (see Rev. 2:16), to refine them from within, and He preached against parasitic abuse of widows by religious leaders (see Mark 12:38-43).
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Indeed, the Spirit of God worked through Him to accomplish exactly what God said He would, especially concerning an adulterous generation of false witnesses and oath breakers (cf. Matt. 5:34; 23:18-22; Mark 8:38; 10:19). And just as Moses warned, they would receive no remedy for their ill-favored condition if they yet refused to hear Him and obey. Religious leaders were defrauding the people and abusing their offices for financial gain, power, and self-glorification (see Matt. 23:2; Mark 10:19). Just as Moses battled Pharaoh’s priesthood, which treated Israel with contempt and cruelty, so did Messiah battle a largely wicked system of religious figures in ancient Judea- the kind of men who took their pious positions to sell doves and other religious items for Temple service, with no true heart for God or the people who visited to worship Him. They treated the physically ill with malicious mockery and self righteousness, as beneath their feet. They were always quick to condemn the poor and meek on menial things while they never examined their own venom within.
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Does this mean that all rabbis and religious leaders were evil and corrupt at the time of Christ’s ministry? Of course not. How could Christ have attracted thousands of Jews everywhere He went, many of whom were agreeable scribes and religious clerics and rabbis, if all who shared in the faith had ill-intentions? Christ Yeshua read from the Tanakh scrolls in the synagogues like other Jews, and the meek among the people gathered to Him because they discerned the difference between the truly righteous and pious-appearing actors. They believed in His miracles and knew the Word of God in which He preached.
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Nonetheless, evil is not often content to dwell in lowly places with little to gain, and like many a virus it spreads to the most critical of places to destroy from within. Many rabbis of today look back with great admiration for the rabbis and priests of the 1st century, before the Temple and city were destroyed, as do many Christians seeking a closer connection to their Hebrew roots, but that same generation in which they often idolize is the one that God allowed the wicked Roman legion to ruthlessly destroy, for an overflow of unsettled crimes against the people and wickedness in the highest of religious places.
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Hence, how is the priesthood that sought to keep the people enslaved to their meticulous micro managing of 613 commandments, and all their harsh critiques of the Lord’s people, different from the Egyptian priesthood and taskmasters who sought to keep Hebrews enslaved for their own gain? Pharaoh attempted to prevent the people from obtaining liberty to appear before God, for he and his officers put their religiously-laced laws and traditions above God’s righteousness and call to liberty. In the same manner, religionists of Judea became taskmasters.
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As we take a closer look at the ancient Egyptian religion, several correlations will come to light concerning the hearts of wicked leaders who battled the Messiah.
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HARDEN HIS HEART
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The real fight that Moses and Aaron- representing God and the prophet who prepared His way- had with Pharaoh was God establishing His truths in the world and exposing religious lies. The Lord YHVH could have easily blown the entire Egyptian royal family, and all the dynasties before them, to shiny shambles sparsely spread across the Sahara Desert, then been done with the entire situation. He could have raptured His chosen people out of Egypt to the Promised Land, skipping their trials in the wilderness, fitting with what many Christian theologians imagine for the end-times. Likewise, He could have destroyed the entire 10th Legion of Rome before the Temple could be destroyed, as He did the Assyrians when they came to destroy Jerusalem.
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God, however, wants His people to see His salvation and decide for themselves what is right, with signs and wonders, even with a chance for the hardened hearts of the wicked to believe. Pharaoh did not know God (see Exod. 5:1-2), and God wanted to show him and his people the truth, to battle the prevailing false religion of the age. Like Noah and his seven family members suffering trials of the deluge, before their glorious deliverance and rest in a new world, the Israelites had to witness their deliverance in the most trying of times. The battle is for truth in the world, and God’s people are not exempt from its demands and temptations.
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“Looking through archaeological lenses at the religion of Egypt we can understand the plagues as a divine polemic (attack) against the manifold gods of the Egyptians (the tomb of Seti 1 pictured at least 74). Associations between the individual plagues and specific gods whose control of the elements were disrupted or destroyed by the plagues can be made based upon our information about these deities from the Archeological records. However, there is one incident recorded in the Bible that runs through the whole of the plague narrative- the account of the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart.” – Randall Price, The Stones Cry Out
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The author above asserts (along with several other scholars) that the plagues God brought upon Egypt were a direct response and challenge to the supposed powers that their pantheon of deities possessed, over the elements in which they were thought to rule in the natural world. Hence, ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and texts, such as the Book of the Dead (the Necronomicon), let us know that the plagues against Egypt were not random, but God showing their deities as nothing allowed for Egyptians to come to realize the true Creator of the world. Pharaoh could either continue with his priests in dark religious practices or submit to truths revealed by God’s power over them and their associated plagues. Pharaoh had to admit the truth of the Living God before letting the Hebrews go to worship Him.
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As for which Pharaoh is referred to in Holy Scriptures, perhaps that argument is best left to the Egyptologists, archaeologists, and others who study the region and its history. As a guess, I would agree that Pharaoh Ahmose appears to be a good candidate, at least from what I have read. The name allegedly means brother of Moses, but such things are not universally agreed upon, as few things are. If so, there may be a connection between the death of his 12-year-old son and the final plague of Egypt on the firstborn. As it is, I cannot be certain, and it really does not matter as far as the panoramic theme of redemption concerning this work.
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Weighing the Heart, PDI
Weighing the Heart, PDI

What can be determined is that Egyptians honored and believed in their Book of the Dead, as much, or more so, than most Jews and Christians do their Bibles. Every one was hand written and costly, and the priests adorned them with afterlife illustrations. The more money that the purchaser was willing to spend, the more elaborate the book and his tomb was made.

Whereas God has a Book of Life, and the serpent is a curse upon His people, the Egyptians took the opposite approach, praising serpents as divine beings, and many of them spent their entire lives laboring for a better tomb and better journey into the afterlife. Hence, the Egyptian Book of the Dead perfectly exemplifies a national death cult that was completely opposed to the ways of the God of the Hebrews.

In the Book of the Dead, a rich man could escape condemnation from the gods in the “Hall of Judgment” with the proper burial preparations. By “hardening his heart” during the sin-searching ceremony called the “Weighing of the Heart,” scales would tip in favor of purity: an affirmation of his negative of sin confession. Thus, the sins read against him would be silenced by a hardened heart that would not confess to their accusations. With a great enough financial investment (or royal power demanding the preparations), the sorcerers could devise incantations while he yet lived, which could deceive the sin-searching gods in the afterlife. Pharaoh believed in this hardened heart refusal to confess truths in the face of gods, enough to allow the destruction of Egypt, and likely he was not the only Egyptian to believe in such a manner of deceptive salvation, even as the plagues rained calamity upon the nation.
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Book of the Dead, Judgment in the Afterlife, PDI
Book of the Dead, Judgment in Afterlife, PDI

Most people have seen hieroglyphics of the Egyptian deities weighing hearts in the afterlife on scales of judgment, with a counterweight of a feather, but they have no idea that it relates to the exodus. If the feather was not heavier than a small jar with the dead Egyptian’s heart, the bearer of the heart was pronounced guilty and thus worthy of destruction.

Hence, it is only logical to conclude that in the Egyptian view the gods were a bid unreasonable in their demands, worthy of being deceived or manipulated for requiring such a perfectly pure and pious life- one that no mere mortal could attain to in this world of trials and temptations. Even the pharaohs, who thought themselves divine, knew that a little jar with the heart in it would undoubtedly be heavier than a feather. Hence, they needed a way for their hearts to not confess the weight of their sins. 

Therefore, the innovative priests of their national death cult developed incantations that prevented confessions of the heart and wrote them on stone scarabs: their sacred dung beetles sculpted into the shape of a human heart. Then they placed the stone beetles into the chest cavity with the fleshly hearts during mummification (i.e., with natural hearts that could betray them with confessions of sin). This was performed so that the hardened heart quality of the stone would condition their fleshy, weak heart not utter an affirmation of sin.
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Moreover, this belief is what “hardened the heart” of Pharaoh, and it prevented him from the supposed weakness of confessing his sins to the Hebrew God of the Living. This stubborn silence and deception was believed able to save him from his sins in the mortal world. He would never surrender to truth, even in death, for no good could come from a confession of transgressions to the deities served by the Egyptians.
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Sacred Dung Beetles of Egyptian Religion
Sacred Beetles of Egyptian Religion

We, however, have a Living God who is active in the affairs of humankind. For this reason, God revealed Himself to Moses as a personal God, seeing all the things done by man in deception: the God of the Living, not the dead, but of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel (see Matt. 22:32). Pharaoh would have opportunities to resist God’s will in this world, to harden his heart and deny the cruel oppression and evils in which he and his people had for centuries perpetrated on the children of God. Indeed, the Living God would help him test his faith, and the truth laid in the balance of scales set to the Divine counterweight of a feather.

Thou Moses shalt speak all that I command thee: and Aaron thy brother shall speak unto Pharaoh, that he send the children of Israel out of his land. And I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and multiply my signs and my wonders in the land of Egypt. But Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you, that I may lay my hand upon Egypt, and bring forth mine armies, and my people the children of Israel, out of the land of Egypt by great judgments. And the Egyptians shall know that I am the LORD, when I stretch forth mine hand upon Egypt, and bring forth the children of Israel from among them. And Moses and Aaron did as the LORD commanded them, so did they. And Moses was fourscore [eighty] years old, and Aaron fourscore and three [eighty-three] years old, when they spake unto Pharaoh. (Exod. 7:2-7) KJV; intrpl. mine
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From shadows of old to the substance fulfilled in Messiah, the proclamation of salvation and deliverance went forth from the living Son of God and His messenger prophet and apostles. There would be no more deceptions to cover sins among priests and leaders in Judea, nor enslavement to fear of an unjust, unsatisfied god. At fourscore Jubilee Years, Emmanuel, God Among Us, came with a message to Satan’s wicked workers- a message that liberty and true righteousness from the heart was appointed to the children of God.
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As for redemption, Jerusalem is comparable to Egypt as a place of release from chains of spiritual darkness (see Rev. 11:8). Christ came with signs and wonders and a message of liberty to the people: that God can and does forgive sins when forgiveness is sought from the heart, and the only Stone that can take away sins for a confession of innocence is the acceptable sacrifice” of God. He would remove the hearts of stone from the children of Israel and their fear of imperfection at death, for the Stone of God was perfectly inscribed with His words of life and the Spirit to allow it:
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Lamb With Seven Eyes Of The Spirit For Searching the World For Seven Days
Lamb With Seven Eyes Of The Spirit For Searching the World For Seven Days

Hear now, O Joshua [Yeshua] the high priest, thou, and thy fellows that sit before thee: for they are men wondered at: for, behold, I will bring forth my servant the BRANCH [the Messiah]. For behold the stone that I have laid before Joshua; upon one stone [the Son of Man] shall be seven eyes [the Spirit’s perfect vision]: behold, I will engrave the gravings thereof, saith the LORD of hosts, and I will remove the iniquity of that land in one day. (Zech. 3:8-9) KJV; intrpl. mine

When we add these portents together, we find that Lord YHVH sent Yeshua to purge the Levitical priesthood with His preaching, for in God’s view the priests and religious leaders (not all, but apparently many) were abusing the people, even orphans and widows. And according to Isaiah, He would be a “Stone of Stumbling” to them, and a “Rock of Offense.” But to God, He was the Stone prophesied by Prophet Daniel that would be cut out of the Mountain without human hands, and indeed grow to the ends of the earth. This Stone would be engraved with God’s words and have God’s Spiritual eyes, yet He, the Cornerstone of the faith, would be rejected by them.
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Upon those whom the Divine Stone fell, they would be ground to powder, and those who fell upon Him would be broken without remedy. Yet to the meek and righteousness in heart, both then and now, He is a high Tower and an everlasting Rock of refuge, sent from the Living God as the Deliverer.
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And he shall be for a sanctuary; but for a stone of stumbling and for a rock of offence to both the houses of Israel [Jews and scattered Israelites], for a gin and for a snare to the inhabitants of Jerusalem. And many among them shall stumble, and fall, and be broken, and be snared [trapped in Jerusalem], and be taken [Roman captivity]. Bind up the testimony [the New Testament], seal the law among my disciples. And I will wait upon the LORD [YHVH], that hideth his face from the house of Jacob [Israel], and I will look for him. Behold, I and the children whom the LORD hath given me are for signs and for wonders in Israel from the LORD of hosts [armies], which dwelleth in mount Zion. (Isa. 8:14-18) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Like Pharaoh and his priests seeking to hide their sins in deception, hardening their stone hearts to truth, the fallen priesthood of the Levites and religious leaders continually refused Christ’s words and wonders. They hardened their straying hearts to all that God worked through Him (see Mark 3:1-6).
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But though he had done so many miracles before them, yet they believed not on him: That the saying of Esaias [Isaiah] the prophet might be fulfilled., which he spake, Lord, who hath believed our report? and to whom hath the arm of the Lord been revealed? Therefore, they could not believe, because that Esaias said again, He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with their eyes, nor understand with their heart, and be converted, and I should heal them. (John 12:37-4) KJV; intrpl. mine
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God, however, was not finished with the Jewish nation because so many refused the Gospel; it is their pattern until the Great King comes and reigns in righteousness. He called them back from Babylon, and He will finish bringing in all Israelites and the faithful joined with them from all over the world. According to Prophet Ezekiel, God will “put a new spirit within you, and I will take the stony heart out of their flesh, and give them a heart of flesh, that they may walk in My statutes and keep My ordinances…” (See Ezek. 11:18-20). Hence, we should not dwell too much on shortcomings of the 1st century when so much is being done today.
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As for ancient Egypt, religion was not the only reason that they refused to let Israel go. The Hebrews were needed for building their storehouses, treasure chambers, and even cities for treasure (see Exod. 1:11). They constructed the walls and made the bricks for the empire. In short, Pharaoh did not want them to rest from their works, which looks to Satan not wanting the children of God to enter the Great Sabbath rest with Christ. Religions that have historically denied the coming Sabbath of God have played the part of Pharaoh, in a like manner, in order to keep money coming in and to glorify their places of worship and institutions.
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As long as people are enslaved to fear and false doctrines, they can keep them spiritually dependent. The Roman Catholic Church is renown for this, even selling sin indulgences in centuries past. Heaven was for the dead, and only the church could provide the ticked. Christ would not come to reign on Earth, not in their eschatology. Hence, enslavement and taking advantage of people always has as much or more to do with worldly gain than actual beliefs.
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And the king of Egypt said unto them, Wherefore do ye, Moses and Aaron, let the people from their works? get you up to your burdens. And Pharaoh said, Behold, the people of the land now are many, and ye make them rest from their burdens. And Pharaoh commanded the same day the taskmasters of the people, and their officers, saying, Ye shall no more give the people straw to make bricks, as heretofore: let them go and gather straw for themselves…Let there more work be laid upon the men, that they may labour therein; and let them not regard vain words…So the people were scattered abroad throughout all the land of Egypt to gather stubble instead of straw. (Exod. 5:4-7, 9, 12) KJV
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Instead of letting the people enter God’s rest, Pharaoh said something more along the lines of ‘Let them eat cake,’ only without the sugar and icing. Satan has always tried to keep the people so focused on our own worldly works that we cannot serve God or heed His words and instructions. This he does because he knows that all of our works in this world will be tested by how well they align to the doctrines of God, be we construct them with wood, straw, or stubble (see Mal. 4:1; 1 Cor. 3:12). Pharaoh only increased the burdens under Egyptian law to break their resolve to follow God and do His works. All these things point to Satan’s resistance to the lighter burden we have in Christ.
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Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. (Matt. 11:28-30) KJV
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In the Old Testament, we often read about the “burden of the LORD” from the prophets, but in the New Testament we find an easing of the Divine law by righteousness within rather than insatiable demands of outward showings of righteousness. God’s Word was never supposed to be too heavy for the people to bear, but religious people, like Egyptian taskmasters, added (and keep on adding) more to it from their own imaginations and ideas. The Gospel is not about going to church or synagogue and working oneself silly in good deeps to prove worthy to God, rather it is inviting like Mary sitting at the Lord’s feed to learn of Him and His ways. Satan would have us all enslaved to the point of never having a peaceful time with God, if so allowed. We could never be good enough without grace, for “all our righteousness is as filthy rags” before a perfect and holy God. Hence, the battle against Pharaoh was also a battle against increasing burdens from religious and secular taskmasters.
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And he [Messiah] said, Woe unto you also, ye lawyers! for ye lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your fingers. Woe unto you! for ye build the sepulchers [graves] of the prophets, and your fathers killed them. (Luke 11:46-47) KJV; intprl. mine
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In the next article on Moses, we will explore the symbolic meaning behind each of the ten plagues that God sent on ancient Egypt, as well as how they parallel the Apocalypse and correlate with the big, messianic picture of a world exodus for the elect. Until then, rest in God, and let His Messiah be your Rock of Refuge and deliverance rather than a Stone of stumbling. Shalom.
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“Behold, the days are coming, says the LORD, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah- not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to lead them out of the land of Egypt, My covenant which they broke, though I was a husband to them,” says the LORD. “But this is the covenant this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days,” says the LORD; “I will put My law [instructions/guidance] in their minds, and I will write it [engrave] on their hearts [inward being]; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”- Elohim YHVH (Jer. 31:31-33) NKJV; intrpl. mine
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