Remember the Midwives in Egypt
September 10, 2021 1:23 PM
Message received: September 8, 2021
Say to My people, the time of suffering draws near. You love to boast that you’ve gone through the fires of purification and now are like gold. I tell you! That time is now about to commence, and some are in the burning fires of purification already! Your pride stinks to Me in the spiritual realm (I must spell it out for the readers). You think you look like gold in the spiritual realm? Think again. If you are My child, truly question yourself and question Me. What do you look like to Me?
I don’t care if your best friends says you look great in an old gray t-shirt to give you an example you’ll understand. Would you show up to a wedding in an old t-shirt, My Americans? No! “God forbid,” some of you would say, and would you mean it or be taking My righteous Name for granted to make you sound clever, hip, or whatever the case may be? What would you wear to My wedding? If you’re a woman, you’ll want it to sparkle. If you’re a man, you’ll want to look sleek and in style, best shoes ready for the big day. I look at the lot of you, and you look like you’re ready for a pot luck in the summer sun, not the black-tie affair some of you are about to attend.
Get ready, My loves, for the waves of persecution to roll over you. I give some of you who have asked Me specific questions (so you may protect you and your loved ones) permission to lie in certain circumstances, but you must NEVER deny Me or My Son! Never, never, for that is blasphemy. Remember the midwives in Egypt you hypocrites ready to judge this word.
I love you all, even you hypocrites. Maranatha, Saint
Pot luck – a meal or party to which each of the guests contributes a dish. (google)
Then a new king began to rule Egypt, who did not know who Joseph was. 9 This king said to his people, “Look! The people of Israel are too many and too strong for us to handle! 10 If we don’t make plans against them, the number of their people will grow even more. Then if there is a war, they might join our enemies and fight us and escape from the country!”
11 So the Egyptians made life hard for the Israelites. They put slave masters over them, who forced the Israelites to build the cities Pithom and Rameses as supply centers for the king. 12 But the harder the Egyptians forced the Israelites to work, the more the Israelites grew in number and spread out. So the Egyptians became very afraid of them 13 and demanded even more of them. 14 They made their lives bitter. They forced the Israelites to work hard to make bricks and mortar and to do all kinds of work in the fields. The Egyptians were not merciful to them in all their painful work.
15 Two Hebrew nurses, named Shiphrah and Puah, helped the Israelite women give birth to their babies. The king of Egypt said to the nurses, 16 “When you are helping the Hebrew women give birth to their babies, watch! If the baby is a girl, let her live, but if it is a boy, kill him!” 17 But the nurses feared God, so they did not do as the king told them; they let all the boy babies live. 18 Then the king of Egypt sent for the nurses and said, “Why did you do this? Why did you let the boys live?”
19 The nurses said to him, “The Hebrew women are much stronger than the Egyptian women. They give birth to their babies before we can get there.” 20 God was good to the nurses. And the Hebrew people continued to grow in number, so they became even stronger. 21 Because the nurses feared God, he gave them families of their own.
22 So the king commanded all his people, “Every time a boy is born to the Hebrews, you must throw him into the Nile River, but let all the girl babies live.”