Friday, February 28, 2014

Loose Him and Let Him Go!!!

Recently I finished creating a movie entitled “2028 END” based upon the book I wrote “Undeniable Biblical Proof Jesus Christ Will Return to Planet Earth Exactly 2,000 Years After the Year of His Death”.  In both the movie and the book, I explain how the Israelite’s deliverance story through Moses was really a real-life parable designed and controlled by God to be a prophetic picture of mankind’s deliverance story from sin & death through a Messiah, Christ Jesus our Lord.

The famous line from Moses in the story is … “Let my people go!”  But do you understand the full PROPHETIC implication behind those words?  Every time Moses spoke them to Pharaoh it was as if the invisible spirit world ripped open, and we were seeing and hearing Jesus authoritatively commanding Lucifer, “Satan, let my children (mankind’s souls) go!” And eventually, God worked through Moses’ outstretched arms at the RED sea, like Jesus’ outstretched arms on the BLOODY RED cross, and in both cases the captives were set free and the enemy destroyed!  Praise be to God!

But now, I also speak in the movie and book about the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead.  This miraculous story was also a prophetic picture of the victory Jesus would win over Satan (for mankind’s souls) while dying on the cross.  The moment Jesus’ sinless sacrificial death became a reality, mankind had (an opportunity for) life, because Jesus’ death became the payment price for sin.  In other words, the "power of death" Satan held over mankind's souls was now gone, rendering him effectively powerless!  Therefore, Jesus “raising Lazarus from the dead” was also a picture of Satan being destroyed!

So, what did Jesus say when Lazarus walked out of the tomb still wrapped in his (bondage) grave clothes? He turned and said, “Loose him, and LET HIM GO!”  Ah, do you see it?  These words had the same spiritual implication as Moses’ words to Pharaoh, “Let my people GO!” Truly, Jesus was the prophet “like unto Moses” (Deuteronomy 18:15-19), and his words here were making that connection once again.

Happy Sabbath!


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