Explain Again The Red Sea Moment Thingy?

We’re at the part where God calls on Trump to take down Babylon the Great! It’s a new thing!

From the onset of the COVID crisis and the attempts to take down President Trump to this very day, the cry from pastors, prophets, and podcast go fund me sorts has been that We The People are having a “Red Sea” moment and our Moses is President Trump.

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At first it was a cheer, then it was more like parroting chatter, where it became evident that few had true understanding of the Exodus they spoke about as they blew their shofars inappropriately at merchandising road shows. In our coming out of Egypt programming we even had the PhD’s dissecting the book of Exodus in their own worldly manner of picking it apart and tossing about crumpled wads of their own psychoanalytic blurps. Thus at its conclusion, proving only their own void of true understanding.

Our Red Sea moment is one of years in the wilderness wandering around in a mind controlled psyop, being prepped for a dystopian reality and one that has nothing in it of God our Father and Jesus our Savior.

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Many faithful children of God knew what was happening early in life… others it came to them little by little as they noticed more and more strange things. For most it took COVID MANDATES, with Jabs that left millions with physical disabilities and many deaths. The mind programming was ongoing from the cradle to the grave. The numbers who are now awakening to the truth in the midst of the lawless corruption are opening up the Bible and searching the scriptures for themselves. They are finding the words come alive as they learn of the ancient satanic plot to kill, steal and destroy God’s creation, which also means humanity.

Unless one knew the scriptures and understood how all things cross reference here a little and there a little … one was left to believe a consortium of misinterpretation, even if well intentioned. (In simple terms we have groups of two or more acting as organizers who are working together to achieve a shared or chosen objective.) We have seen this activity in the world be it Marxism, socialism, communism, wokeism or Christianity in all its forms with a vast variety of manmade dogma (over 40K protestant versions alone). We even have the rewriting of Bibles, further watered down, some even leaving out key words and paragraphs… and some omitting entire books that were once read and revered sacred.

Of which here we will address the “Red Sea Moment” of the obvious slight of hand played on and fed to the sheep, as the PhD’s have had their hay day doing their analyzing of artifacts, geography, and mindsets of God, His prophets, His Son, as well as of God’s children …. with all the expert advice of the world and its philosophy, psychology, anthropoligy, archeology, sociology and science.

Coming out of Egypt – Rah, Rah, Rah! Blow the shofar and analyze President Trump’s Mindset and forget the rest of the story….

When President Trump was first elected in 2016 we heard the shepherds shout Trump is like King Cyrus who set the Jews free, even though they were collectively Hebrews.) And many could only shout the outline for they didn’t know any more than that.

Next we heard shouts of the Red Sea moment and many shouted Trump is like Moses taking us out from Egypt and added the plague as COVID as they and a general pushed for the people to do something on their own to come out of election fraud and interference. Shouting it was up to “We The People”, to take action…. and leaving God out of the equation except to lure the sheep to take action and donate so they could keep doing whatever in the WORLD it was they were doing. While a handful of others warned of false shepherds, the political fingers were pointed all over the place.

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So, while the Red Sea moment was in full swing… it truly was taking place and there is a lot more to the story than just coming out of Egypt as we were now in the midst of Babylon the Great. For among those who were in Egypt and walked out with Moses et al, so also came stiff necked ones who longed to go back to Egypt where at least they had comforts and food they enjoyed. But all of that comes as a reminder to everyone involved through details in other books written by Moses like Deuteronomy, for much of the Exodus gets lost and the focus is on the drama of the Israelites in bondage, the ten plagues, and being chased by Pharaoh and his army until there is no where to go but into the sea.

So let us go first to Exodus 4:7 to 9 where the Lord said to Moses he has seen the affliction of “My People” which are in Egypt and heard their cry and knows their sorrows and came down to deliver them out from the hand of the Egyptians and bring them to a good land and large flowing with milk and honey… even warning Moses that it is the place of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites.

Now that right there is enough to make a person called and chosen see the big challenge ahead. And to know that God has heard their cry and seen the oppression and is ready to end it through him is a calling for certain. God chose Moses, for he was born for such a time as this. He grew up in the house of Pharaoh and knew all their ways. He was a man up to that challenge. God did not choose a pious man that did not understand their wicked cunning, sorcery, pagan religious practices and deceit. He chose a man that knew all of that and even led armies for Pharaoh and knew of the giants throughout the lands of great height and wickedness, and the pagan ways of worshipping Baal and human sacrifices. And in Midian had grown in the ways of God.

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For you see, God had tested and molded Moses in many ways which shaped him into the man that he needed to perform this very task of delivering His children out of Egypt. For the task was to smite Egypt, and free his people and take them to the land He promised Abraham that would be for his seed. In the process he would have his people take their wealth out from Egypt by having them borrow their gold and goods, and then conquer those who had plopped themselves on the promised land… originally given to Shem. Of which God told Moses all of this right up front.

In Exodus 4:19- KJV it says, “19 And the LORD said unto Moses in Midian, Go, return into Egypt: for all the men are dead which sought thy life.” Which this tells us it was now time… and it took 40 years to rid the wicked Pharaohs who sought to kill him. It goes on to tell us that Moses took his wife and his sons, and set them upon an ass, and returned to the land of Egypt with the rod of God in his hand. (The one the Lord gave to him to do the wonders before Pharaoh with in Egypt.) In verse 21 the Lord told Moses that Pharaoh will not let the people go. So Moses knows it’s going to be a mighty task, and God is going to smite the land. He also tells Moses there will be a point where he shall say to Pharaoh, Exodus 4: 22-23, “And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn: 23 And I say unto thee, Let my son go, that he may serve me: and if thou refuse to let him go, behold, I will slay thy son, even thy firstborn.”

There is a connection to be made here. That connection is in Revelation 18 with the Beast getting double on their own heads what they planned to do to God’s children? And even the connection between God’s Son and those who slayed him on Calvary? (Remember the blood of the lamb on the door post, to keep the destroyer from killing the first born of the Israelites, and the pass over meal.) Most important is the connection of repentance and calling out to God for deliverance. And the message of faith that God will do what he has said. Eating their meal standing up with sandals on their feet, ready to leave Egypt was an act of faith.

Today as we are coming out of Babylon the Great, when I observe all the people who are more concerned of when their gold and silver investments will kick in as in nesara/gesara more than anything else… it stands out like a sore thumb… and a very sore one at that. Now God has promised many blessings to his children, yes he has. But, to put money (mammon) as a priority and obsession with money markets is not good at all. I am not saying that one should not invest in silver, gold or precious metals in hand to prepare against bank closures and being robbed of your money… not at all. I am saying to become obsessed with gaining riches versus being prepared for what’s coming is not good. Scriptures warn against those that long for the Day of The Lord like it is some good thing when it is a day of woe. There are many people who are struggling even now and to hurry market crashes for selfish gain is just plain wrong. It’s the very same thing greedy banksters do. It is of the way of the world. Just saying. Especially when the call is to come out from her my people.

Revelation 18:4-8

4And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. 5For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities. 6Reward her even as she rewarded you, and double unto her double according to her works: in the cup which she hath filled fill to her double. 7How much she hath glorified herself, and lived deliciously, so much torment and sorrow give her: for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen, and am no widow, and shall see no sorrow. 8Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her.

So as we watch this Red Sea moment draw forth, which has been in process for a long length of years … let us learn from the lessons that generation coming out of Egypt with Moses learned the hard way.

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In the fifth book of Moses, which is Deuteronomy, the scriptures tell us that many never learned their lessons and therefore those of that generation who were disobedient were told by God that they would not enter into the promised land. In Deuteronomy, Moses reminds the Israelites of all that took place, what happened and why, along with what is yet to be done. He tells us in chapter one, verse 3, “And it came to pass in the fortieth year, in the eleventh month, on the first day of the month, that Moses spake unto the children of Israel, according unto all that the Lord had given him in commandment unto them. In another place Moses writes it took 38 years for many to learn to praise God for his blessings instead of complaining!

Where Moses was the mediator for the people under the covenant coming out of Egypt, (Deut. 5) setting up the commandments of God and the Law, our Lord is the mediator in the new covenant who pleads for us against our waywardness and given us two commandments which are to love God with all our heart, mind, strength and soul, and to love our neighbor as ourselves. He said that by doing those two commandments, we shall have obeyed all…. the Lord has even given us the Holy Spirit to reside within us to show us the way to be and to do and made us one with the Father, our God.

In Deuteronomy, a book that few pastors speak on, and few people study there are many lessons to be learned for all of us. Moses reminded the people of all that had happened to them over the last 40 years in the wilderness and of all their errors. He spoke of how when they listened to God they were blessed, and when they did not, they were cursed by their own decision to go against what God had commanded of them.

So as Moses sends them off to the promised land, he reminds them of all their history – the good, the bad and the ugly of it. In chapter one verse 44, he speaks of their disobedience and how the LORD had said not to go up and fight the Amorites for I am not with you and they would be smitten by their enemies. And how they went up anyway and were chased as bees do and the Amorites destroyed them in Seir, even unto Hormah. They returned and wept before the Lord, but the Lord would not hearken to their voice nor give an ear to them. So they stayed in Kadesh (Petra) a lot longer because they fought against the commandment of the Lord.

So on the 40th year the people were ready to enter into the promised land and they weren’t just going in to pick out land lots to build on. They still had battles to be fought in order to conquer it. Like ridding the land of the Canaanites.

There was yet more battles to be won. God was sending out His children, as a new generation who trusted in the Lord to be obedient to Him and He would give them the victory and so…. that generation set forth to do as God had said… he would be their God and they would be His people.

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So in this age we are in… this Red Sea moment… we are finding ourselves the same as the Israelites that God sent Moses to lead out of Egypt. Today we have a leader that most believe was chosen for such a time as this to lead us out of our world bondage… but we must NEVER FORGET that our LORD GOD IS OUR FATHER AND JESUS IS OUR MEDIATOR, THE HOLY SPIRIT LEADS US AND TEACHES US WISDOM AND GIVES US COMFORT, not a man. We must put our FAITH IN GOD TO MOVE THE MOUNTAINS AND TAKE DOWN THE GIANTS IN OUR PATH. TO GOD BE THE GLORY, NOT TO MAN, NOR ANY AMOUNT OF GOLD AND SILVER.

That being said, we must praise God for sending us such a leader as President Trump and the great men and women who are with him fighting to lead us out of the bondage of Egypt (symbolically speaking).

God has sent to us, a Joshua. A man named Trump who is our President and has stepped forward to stand in the gap and be the people’s voice. He is unique in every way, blessed with much wisdom and being led by God. He boldly stepped forward and answered the call to fight for God’s children, and protect those who can’t defend themselves.

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Fake news mocked President Trump from stopping the vandals at St. John’s Church from burning it down and holding up his family Bible which has a Scottish family history of its own. What he was doing was making a strong statement that only those with eyes to see and ears to hear understood. So be it.

As C.I.C., and with God at the helm, President Trump will lead our great men and women of valor in taking down the oppressive forces which operate within our own encampment, as well as the giants lurking in the lands we cannot see, who seek to kill, steal and destroy this great nation under God. Fear not and be strong in your faith.



By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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