How Revelation and Exodus events are similar

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How Revelation and Exodus events are similar

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Post by Gman » Thu Dec 22, 2011 8:06 pm

Here is an interesting theory I've been studying lately on the end times. I would say that the role of the anti-Christ and the role of Pharaoh are VERY similar.

1. Water is turned to blood Exo 7:20-21- Compared to Rev 8:8-9 & 16:3-4

2. Frogs - Exo 8:1-3 - Compared to Rev 16:13-15

3. and 4. Lice & Insects Exo 8:13-14 and Exo 8:19-20 - Compared to Rev 9:3-5

5. Livestock Exo 9:5-7 - Compared to Rev 8:10-11, Rev 9:14-15, Rev 16:8-9 (Mankind)

6. Soars Exo 9:8-10 - Compared to Rev 16:10-11

7. Hail Storm Exo 9:22-26 - Compared to Rev 8:7, 16:17-21

8. Locust Exo 10:12-15 - Compared to Rev 9:3-5

9. Darkness Exo 10:21-23 - Compared to Rev 8:12, Rev 9:1-3

10. Death of the Firstborn Exo 11:4-6 Israel is covered in His Blood Exo 12:7 and Israel His Firstborn belongs to him Exo 13:1-2 - Compared to Rev 7:1-4, 9:4, Rev 14:1-5

Even after all the plagues, Pharaoh of Egypt was still hard hearted Exo 11:10 Just as the people of the end times will be… Rev 9:20-21

11. Water is parted to lead Israel Home. Exo 14:15-29 - Compared to Isa 11:15. In Exodus Egypt is destroyed in this water, in the end times the water is parted for the enemies destruction Rev 16:12

12. The Song of Moses is song at the deliverance of all of Israel from Egypt Exo 15:1-21 After the defeat of the world system of Babylon and the beast is defeated only the 144 thousands or all Israel know how to sing the song Rev 14:3, Rev 15:2-4
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Re: How Revelation and Exodus events are similar

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Post by Zionist » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:56 am

i always thought the same Gman. how the events are kinda parallel to each other in a sense but obviously the end times will be on a much grander scale.
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Post by Gman » Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:12 pm

Zionist wrote:i always thought the same Gman. how the events are kinda parallel to each other in a sense but obviously the end times will be on a much grander scale.
Yes.. If the prophecies are right, we should be seeing the events in Exodus and the events leading up to Exodus amplified in the end times. Those who understand Biblical history and the Biblical calendars will not be swayed.

Once you understand that, it's pretty much game over..
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