‘The Good News is even more sensational than we already thought!’
By WND Staff
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It’s one of the most famous events in all of the Bible, prominently featured in both the Old and New Testaments.
Passover broadcasts the message of rescuing people from the death penalty through the slaying of a lamb, whom Christians believe represents Jesus Christ, called the Lamb of God.
But as millions of believers across the globe commemorate the annual event this year, there are some intriguing aspects to the original Passover that many may have overlooked or never understood.
“The original event involving Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt is quite famous, but there are numerous hidden nuggets that are bursting with new life when they’re understood at the Spirit level,” says author Joe Kovacs, who examines Passover in depth in his brand-new best-seller, “Reaching God Speed: Unlocking the Secret broadcast Revealing the Mystery of Everything.”
“We need to remember that Jesus only taught people in parables, and ‘without a parable He did not speak'” (Matthew 13:34 NKJV).
“That means everything is a parable, in addition to the actual historical event taking place.”
Kovacs says one of the verses which people may read over quickly without giving it much thought is Exodus 12:30, which states:
“And there was a loud wailing throughout Egypt because there wasn’t a house without someone dead” (CSB).
The author stresses while this physical event did happen thousands of years ago, this single sentence is broadcasting an additional message for all time periods.
“The loud wailing throughout Egypt represents everyone’s painful time here in the flesh,” says Kovacs. “The word Egypt, which is ‘Mizraim‘ in Hebrew, means what it pretty much sounds like in English: MISERY. We all experience a lot of misery, pain, anguish and weeping in the darkness of the flesh in which we’re currently held in captivity.”
“The fact that the story mentions every house had someone dead is also saying something extremely important on the higher level of God speed. Because every single person in the physical world is already spiritually dead in the sight of God! Our house is our own body, and we all live in this ‘body of death,’ as the apostle Paul called it in Romans 7:24.
“We need to make our personal Exodus out of Egypt, out of this dark place of misery, out of our dead house, out of our dead physical body, out of our sinful self, and live forever with God.”
3 thoughts on “‘Bursting with new life’: Concealed parts of original Passover reveal fresh meaning”
From the article ‘Bursting with new life’: Concealed parts of original Passover reveal fresh meaning. The author makes the following statement; “We need to remember that Jesus only taught people in parables, and ‘without a parable He did not speak’” (Matthew 13:34 NKJV). “That means everything is a parable, in addition to the actual historical event taking place.”
If this is so then where our Savior says in John 17:17 “Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.” what is the parable? And if everything is a parable it means that hundreds of millions of people who have read the Holy Bible, have even memorized a verse or two or have only been exposed to a scripture or two during their lifetimes really do not understand what they are reading. What am I missing here? If this is true then why did the world have to wait until 2023 for this divine revelation that everything written in scripture is a parable?
That’s a good question, maybe Joe will reply
Actually the show has been going on for about 3,000 years. When the writer made the comment “That means everything is a parable, in addition to the actual historical event taking place.” you knew full well that that was his sales pitch–his hook–and here comes the closer. Just buy my book and you ———————–. Using the “everything is a parable” then the Babylonian Talmud, which is the highest holiest book in the Jewish religion, when it was being composed, in my opinion was and is nothing more than Holy Scripture being taken from what the rabbis would have called the parable stage to the explanation stage. When reading about the early Roman Catholic Church you get the feeling that if the scripture said something was black and the church said it was white–then then guess what, it was white. I guess the masses were just too dumb to figure out the parable for themselves so the priests had to explain it to them. I personally am inclined to go along with the following scriptures knowing full well that at my judgement I will be judged not by what I have been taught but by what I have proved. Through the prophet Jeremiah, the Lord declared, “This shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; . . . I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their God, and they shall be my people” (Jeremiah 31:33). and “This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, says the LORD: I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds I will write them,” Hebrews 10:16.