A Great People and a StrongB. Keith Chadwell, 2017
To the people of Israel who came out of Egyptian bondage, through the sea and into the wilderness, was God’s promise of a land flowing with milk and honey, a "promised land". It was a promise which could not be appropriated without trusting in God's word and following God's directions.
Look diligently for further revelation in these types and shadows in the Bible and especially in "the Prophets". Look for further revelation of what God has purposed to conceal from all but those with "eyes to see and ears to hear". We should also keep in mind what Peter has written for us:
"...not every prophetic writing is made clear in its own book". (2Peter 1:19-20)
Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:… For "we know in part" and like an incomplete jig saw puzzle, we therefore cannot, yet, see the totality of the completed picture. Beware, because our eschatology has been leavened. Force fit nothing. Traditions and leavened doctrines have bound us, in many ways, for a long time.
Learn from the mistakes the Bible time Jewish religious leadership made. With all of their amassed knowledge of scripture, they still missed...."the day of their visitation". (Continue reading)