But the more the Egyptians oppressed them, the more they multiplied and expanded, until the Egyptians came to dread the people of Isra’el and worked them relentlessly, making their lives bitter with hard labor — digging clay, making bricks, all kinds of field work; and in all this toil they were shown no mercy.
Exodus 1: 12-14 CJB
If we are waiting on the Greater Exodus, as I believe we are, why would we be treated any differently than our ancestors before their deliverance? We are watching a Pharaoh rise in this foreign land who is seeking to oppress YHVH's people. But let me ask you a question, would you return to the Covenant Land if you were still comfortable in a foreign land? The Hebrews were under a tremendous amount of oppression and the second they saw a challenge in front of them, begged to return to oppression. How much more would modern Hebrews, when presented with a challenge in the Land, not hesitate to go back to a place of comfort? In fact, when oppression is conditioned into a person, oppression can even become their comfort.
Remember, no matter what, that this is not our home. The laws of this land are quickly changing and are not our laws. The Constitution is not what will be restored upon Yeshua HaMaschiach's return; it will be the Torah, the Law of Moses.
Loosen your tent pegs in your mind, Brethren. The time for deliverance is fast approaching.
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