Mubarak goes to the Red Sea (and more)
Feb 11, 2011
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is reported to have left Cairo and has gone to the city of Sharm el-Sheik on the southern end of the Sinai Peninsula. It is near the place where Moses crossed the Red Sea, according to Larry Williams' book, The Mount Sinai Myth.
Here is a site with a map of the location of Sharm el-Sheik:
It appears that he left Cairo and turned the government over to his new Vice President yesterday, February 10. To us, this is the day of the selection of the lambs for Passover (2/10). It may also have reference to the number 210, which is the time of Jacob's trouble (Jer. 30:7). We will have to watch events to see how to interpret it.
Let me say again that just because I think Mubarak is playing the role of Pharaoh does not mean that I am taking sides against him. I am just reporting the news and see his connection to Pharaoh. The news media itself referred to him "Pharaoh."
I am well aware of the possible consequences of his overthrow. It could turn chaotic for a time. Very likely, the Israelis will lose their most important ally in the Middle East if their peace treaty with Egypt is repudiated by the new leaders. Because I believe that, in the end, the Israeli state will be destroyed and Jerusalem-Hagar will be cast out, I see this present situation in Egypt as a major step toward that ultimate end.
In my view, it is the divine plan overall to cast out old Jerusalem. Secondly, I believe that to accomplish this, God put it into the mind and heart of Albert Pike to plan this very event. Pike thought that three world wars would put Luciferianism on top of the world, because he figured that the destruction of Jerusalem would destroy Christianity, Judaism, and Islam overnight through disillusionment and despair. However, he was blind to God's counter-conspiracy and did not know that God would use him and his plan to shake all things that were not of His Kingdom.
It is my belief that when the dust settles, the Kingdom of God will be left standing. God has often used foreign nations and ungodly leaders to accomplish His purposes. This situation is no different. It is just that we are coming to the climax of this Age, where events are truly earth changing.
As I see it, what Albert Pike did not foresee was the glory of God manifesting in God's people in the earth. This is the revelation of 2011. We have seen it from afar for many years in the past, but now are moving toward this greatest of all works of the Holy Spirit. This is what will empower the Second Work of Christ that I have written about and talked about for many years.
Egypt is a type of the world system itself. It is remembered in Scripture as the House of Bondage. We spent many years (1993-2006) in spiritual warfare to bring us all out of bondage, not only to the world system, but also to sin itself. This warfare ended Oct. 7, 2006.
We are now in the fifth year since the warfare ended. Keep in mind also that March 15, 2006 was the 2,520th anniversary of the completion of the Second Temple (Ezra 6:15). It was completed in 515 B.C. toward the end of the sixth year of Darius the Great of Persia.
Two weeks later, the time of the "detour around Edom" ended, as I explained in The Wars of the Lord, chapter 44. In a sense, then, 2006 was a time of "crossing the Jordan" and planting trees in the Kingdom. So we planted the "tree" of the Kingdom at that time. According to Lev. 19:23-25,
(23) And when you enter the land and plant all kinds of trees for food, then you shall count their fruit as forbidden. Three years it shall be forbidden to you; it shall not be eaten. (24) But in the fourth year all its fruit shall be holy, an offering of praise to the Lord. (25) And in the fifth year you are to eat of its fruit, that its yield may increase for you; I am the Lord your God.
We are now in the fifth year, when we can begin to eat the fruits of our labor from five years ago. I have seen this law applicable a number of times in the past. I am quite sure that it applies again this year.
Dr. Stephen Jones