Calvary Chapel Kaneohe// Pastor JD Farag//The Passover Prophecy – Exodus 12 – Resurrection Sunday, April 12th, 2020

Calvary Chapel Kaneohe// Pastor JD Farag//The Passover Prophecy – Exodus 12 – Resurrection Sunday, April 12th, 2020

Here is The Easter Service for April 12, 2020. Pastor J.D. explains how Jesus fulfilled the Passover Prophecy at His first coming, and the significance related to the rapture and second coming. So blessed to have such a Biblical Pastor that teaches the whole Bible!!! We will see you here, there or in the air!! Maranatha!!! 😇

Teresa is a Christian wife, mother and grandmother residing in Honolulu, Hawai'i. Though she first found Jesus in 1971, it wasn't until 2009, when she was diagnosed with lung cancer, that she truly drew near to Jesus and began living her life to serve Him. Though she was told that the outlook was bleak, by the grace of God and the amazing surgeons and oncologists He brought into her life, Teresa is now 8 years cancer free. She has since devoted her time to sharing the Good News of the gospel with all those she meets and talks to in person and online. She serves as a counselor and "grandma" on several different websites, offering counseling advice and prayer to believers and non-believers searching for answers. Teresa also has a passion for prophecy and the imminent rapture of the church and spends much of her time sharing news stories and Scripture indicating all of the prophecy happening in our world, everyday, before our very eyes.


  • Reply Ronald Thayer April 13, 2020 at 7:33 am

    Enjoy your sharing. We live in Flushing, Mich. Would like your spreadsheet comparing the Exodus with the tribulation.
    Ron & Nancy Thayer
    7335 Potter Rd
    Flushing, mi 48433

    • Reply Teresa April 13, 2020 at 9:53 am

      Here is something that I found in Bible studies tools: 13.7. The Plagues of Egypt and the Tribulation
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      13.6. The Synoptic Gospels 13.8. Genesis and Revelation as Bookends
      There are numerous similarities between the plagues with which God afflicted Egypt resulting in the Exodus of Israel and the plagues of the Tribulation. This correspondence is intentional and is an indication of the correspondence between the recorded facts of past history and the prophesied facts concerning the future:
      Literal Plagues – In the same way that the plagues of Egypt were literal and historical events, so the plagues of the Tribulation period will be too.1
      Testing the Unrepentant – In the same way that Pharaoh of the Exodus refused to repent (Ex. Ex. 7:13, Ex. 7:23; Ex. 8:15, Ex. 8:19, Ex. 8:22; Ex. 9:34), the earth dwellers will refuse to repent during the Tribulation (Rev. Rev. 2:21+; Rev. 6:16-17+; Rev. 9:20+; Rev. 16:9+, Rev. 16:11+, Rev. 16:21+). The plagues test the opponents of God demonstrating the hardness of their hearts (Rev. Rev. 3:10+). God gains glory in the events of their judgment (Ex. Ex. 7:3; Ex. 9:16; Ex. 11:9; Rom. Rom. 9:17-22).
      Establishing a Kingdom – The plagues of Egypt resulted in the overthrow of Egypt and the birth of the theocratic kingdom of Israel. The plagues of the Tribulation result in the overthrow of the system of Antichrist and usher in the Millennial Kingdom establishing the reign of God on earth.
      There is a definite parallel between the supernatural preparation for the kingdom in history under Moses and the supernatural judgments which shall be poured out upon a rebellious world in preparation for the future Millennial Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ at His second advent. There is the same insolent challenge to the true God on the part of the Gentile powers (Ps. Ps. 2:1-3). There will be a similar gracious but infinitely greater preliminary miracle [like Ex. Ex. 7:12]—the Rapture of the Church—warning men of the supremacy of Jehovah and the ultimate defeat of all who rebel against Him. There will be the same swift progression in the severity of the divine judgments which follow, and even a striking parallel in the nature of the judgments (cf. Rev. Rev. 6:1-17+ through 18). There will be the same victorious outcome, the destruction of the antichrist and his armies in the judgment of Armageddon, and deliverance of the people of Israel (Rev. Rev. 19:1-21+). There will be another song of victory, significantly referred to as ‘the song of Moses. . . and the song of the Lamb’ (Rev. Rev. 15:1-3+).2

      The Plagues Compared
      Plague Egypt Tribulation
      #1 – Water becomes blood. Ex. Ex. 7:20; Ps. Ps. 105:29 Rev. Rev. 8:8-9+; Rev. 11:6+; Rev. 16:3-6+
      #2 – Frogs Ex. Ex. 8:6; Ps. Ps. 105:30 Rev. Rev. 16:13+3
      #3 – Lice Ex. Ex. 8:24; Ps. Ps. 105:31 Rev. Rev. 11:6+?4
      #4 – Flies Ex. Ex. 9:6 Rev. Rev. 11:6+?5
      #5 – Food source (livestock) destroyed Ex. Ex. 9:6 Rev. Rev. 8:9+6
      #6 – Boils Ex. Ex. 9:10 Rev. Rev. 16:2+
      #7 – Hail Ex. Ex. 9:23; Ps. Ps. 105:32 Rev. Rev. 8:7+; Rev. 16:21+
      #8 – Locusts Ex. Ex. 10:13; Ps. Ps. 105:34 Rev. Rev. 9:3+
      #9 – Darkness Ex. Ex. 10:22; Ps. Ps. 105:32 Rev. Rev. 8:12+; Rev. 9:2+; Rev. 16:10+
      #10 – Death of Firstborn Ex. Ex. 12:29; Ps. Ps. 105:36 –
      At the completion of the plagues of Egypt, God parted the Red Sea (Ex. Ex. 14:21; Ne. Ne. 9:11) allowing Israel to escape from Egypt and travel to Mount Sinai where Moses was given the Law and the theocracy of Israel was established. The gathering of Israel at the end of the Tribulation will be by similar miraculous power.
      The LORD will utterly destroy the tongue of the Sea of Egypt; with His mighty wind He will shake His fist over the River, and strike it in the seven streams, and make men cross over dry-shod. There will be a highway for the remnant of His people who will be left from Assyria, as it was for Israel in the day that he came up from the land of Egypt. (Isa. Isa. 11:15-16)

      I will also bring them back from the land of Egypt, and gather them from Assyria. I will bring them into the land of Gilead and Lebanon, until no more room is found for them. He shall pass through the sea with affliction, and strike the waves of the sea: all the depths of the River shall dry up. Then the pride of Assyria shall be brought down, and the scepter of Egypt shall depart. “So I will strengthen them in the LORD, and they shall walk up and down in His name,” says the LORD. (Zec. Zec. 10:10-12)

      The result will be the establishment of the Millennial Kingdom on earth (Rev. Rev. 20:4-6+). See The Arrival of God’s Kingdom. I hope that this helps you. God bless you!!! Maranatha!!!

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