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The exodus of the Last Day

Good morning, kind friends and brethren gathered here in Bogota, Colombia. It is a great privilege and blessing for me to be with you on this occasion, to share with you a few moments of fellowship around the Word of God and His Program relevant to this end time.

For which I want to read in First Thessalonians, chapter 4, verses 13 to 17, where the apostle Saint Paul tells us:

“But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no hope.

For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.

For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep.

For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:

Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.”

May God bless our souls with His Word and allow us to understand It. In the Eternal Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen and amen.

For this occasion, our subject is: “THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY.”

In order to understand our topic, “THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY,” which is shown here, in this prophecy of God through Saint Paul, we have to go to what was the exodus of the time of Moses, where God delivered the Hebrew people.

Now, it is necessary to understand that an exodus has an order established by God.

The first thing is that this exodus must have been promised by God; and there must be a people in which this exodus is carried out. And He (God) has to send a prophet through whom to carry out that exodus; and that prophet, if it is an exodus on a larger scale, it is a dispensational exodus, therefore, that messenger sent by God, who God will use for that exodus, has to be a dispensational prophet; and he has to come in the midst of the people proclaiming the Message of God pertaining to that time and making known the things that must take place at that time.

And now, all of that was in the exodus that God carried out in the midst of the Hebrew people, when He delivered the Hebrew people from Egypt.

See how in Genesis God was already speaking of the exodus that He would carry out with Abraham’s descendants. Genesis, chapter 15, verse 12 and on (12 to 21), says:

“And when the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; and, lo, an horror of great darkness fell upon him.

And he said unto Abram, Know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them four hundred years;

And also that nation, whom they shall serve, will I judge: and afterward shall they come out with great substance.

And thou shalt go to thy fathers in peace; thou shalt be buried in a good old age.

But in the fourth generation they shall come hither again: for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full.

And it came to pass, that, when the sun went down, and it was dark, behold a smoking furnace, and a burning lamp that passed between those pieces.

In the same day the Lord made a covenant with Abram, saying, Unto thy seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates.”

Here we can see that God is already speaking of the exodus that He is going to carry out in and with Abraham’s descendants. And Abraham didn’t yet have the promised son: he didn’t yet have a son through Sarah (Abraham), and God is already speaking to him of an exodus that He is going to carry out with Abraham’s descendants; which would come from Abraham through Sarah. And he had no children yet, but God was already making known to him what was going to happen with his descendants.

Therefore, Abraham would have a son through Sarah; and then that son would also have another son; and from that other son, who was Jacob, would come twelve sons; and from those twelve sons would come more sons; and thus a people would be formed, the nation or the people that would become slaves in a foreign land would be formed; a people that God would deliver from bondage and would punish the nation that would enslave God’s people, Abraham’s descendants.

No one knew which people or nation would enslave Abraham’s descendants; but after that prophecy was fulfilled, we can see that it was the Egyptian empire: the pharaoh of Egypt enslaved the Hebrew people.

The Hebrew people came there looking for food to survive; and since the whole administration of the pharaoh’s empire was under the command of Joseph… And Joseph was one of Jacob’s sons, the second to last son of Jacob, and the first son through Rachel his wife; and the second son through Rachel his wife was Benjamin.

And now, notice how the Hebrew people arrived to Egypt, without realizing that they were arriving to Egypt to, after having that blessing during the time of Joseph, then to become a slave people when that people multiplied there in Egypt.

When the Hebrew people were multiplied in Egypt, the pharaoh and his counselors were afraid of the Hebrew people, thinking that if in a war these people sided with the enemy, Egypt would be defeated, and the pharaoh’s enemies would take over Egypt with all its lands.1 So the Egyptian people enslaved the Hebrew people, and they were enslaved in Egypt for a very long time.

But God had told Abraham… Look, God is already announcing everything that is going to happen and He is announcing it to Abraham; because Abraham, being a dispensational prophet, obtains all that revelation of what is going to happen; and Abraham, being the prophet of the Dispensation of the Promise, obtains the knowledge of everything that is going to happen during that dispensation, and also of the intertwining of a new dispensation that is going to come, where the Hebrew people will be blessed, because God will deliver them at the end of the Dispensation of the Promise.

And now, notice, in that dispensational intertwine, where the Dispensation of the Law was intertwined with the Dispensation of the Promise, a very great blessing came to Abraham’s descendants: liberation came.

Now, we can see that Abraham, being a dispensational prophet, had the revelation from God of things that were going to happen. “For the Lord God will do nothing, except He first reveal His secrets to His servants His prophets.” Amos, chapter 3, verse 7.

And now, see why Abraham is recognized worldwide, and throughout all generations, as a great man before God. God spoke of him and said that he was His friend.2 And to say that a man is a friend of God, that is a very great thing; for Abraham knew God: God revealed Himself to him and made known to him the things that were to happen.

God appeared in visible form to Abraham on different occasions, such as the occasion when He appeared to him as Melchizedek,3 who is Priest of the Most High God and King of Salem (that is, King of Jerusalem), and is King of Righteousness.

And now, we can also see another occasion in which God appeared to Abraham in a visible and tangible form, and ate with Abraham: It was when Elohim (which is God Himself) appeared to Abraham with His Archangels Gabriel and Michael; and Abraham offered them a meal; and they went with Abraham, and ate that tender calf, which Abraham prepared for them, with milk, with bread, and so on with all that a meal entails.4

And now, notice how Abraham was with God, on different occasions he saw Him; but the Scripture says that no man has ever seen God.5

Now, how can it be possible that Abraham saw God on different occasions, and also Jacob?

See, in Genesis it also tells us, in chapter 32, verses 22 to 32; it says:

“And he rose up that night (Jacob), and took his two wives, and his two womenservants, and his eleven sons, and passed over the ford Jabbok.

And he took them, and sent them over the brook, and sent over that he had.

And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day.”

And who is this man with whom Jacob is wrestling? It is the Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant.

“And when he saw that he prevailed not against him, he touched the hollow of his thigh; and the hollow of Jacob’s thigh was out of joint, as he wrestled with him.

And he said, Let me go, for the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me.

And he said unto him, What is thy name? And he said, Jacob.

And he said, Thy name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel: for as a prince hast thou power with God and with men, and hast prevailed.

And Jacob asked him, and said, Tell me, I pray thee, thy name. And he said, Wherefore is it that thou dost ask after my name? And he blessed him there.

And Jacob called the name of the place Peniel: for I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.

And as he passed over Penuel the sun rose upon him, and he halted upon his thigh.”

Now, see how Jacob says he saw God face to face there.

The prophet Hosea narrates of this struggle in chapter 12, he narrates how this struggle was. He says, in chapter 12, verse 4… Even verse, let’s see… Chapter 12, verse 2 and on, it says:

“The Lord hath also a controversy with Judah, and will punish Jacob according to his ways; according to his doings will he recompense him.

He took his brother by the heel in the womb, and by his strength he had power with God:

Yea, he had power over the angel, and prevailed: he wept, and made supplication unto him: he found him in Bethel, and there he spake with us;

Even the Lord God of hosts; the Lord is his memorial.

Therefore turn thou to thy God: keep mercy and judgment and wait on thy God continually.”

Now see how Jacob’s struggle went, where Jacob wept and begged the Angel for the blessing.

Now, the Scripture speaks to us about Christ; Christ Himself speaking, tells us in chapter 8, verse 56 to 59 [John]:

“Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my day: and he saw it, and was glad.

Then said the Jews unto him, Thou art not yet fifty years old, and hast thou seen Abraham?

Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.”

And now, see how Christ identifies Himself as the one who was with Abraham and ate with Abraham; and Abraham saw His day: Abraham saw the manifestation of Jesus Christ there in visible form, when He appeared to him and ate with Abraham; and there he was seeing what the Angel of the Lord would do later on, by becoming flesh and living in the midst of the Hebrew people.

And now, that Word who was with God and was God, and created all things, became flesh and dwelt among human beings; and was known by the name of Jesus. That is none other than the Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, made flesh, made man in the midst of the Hebrew people.

And now, He was the one who carried out the exodus of the Hebrew people, delivering the Hebrew people there in Egypt at the time appointed by God.

For the time appointed by God, we find in the book of Exodus, chapter 3, that the Angel of the Lord appeared to the prophet Moses in a flame of fire, in a tree, and spoke to the prophet Moses. Let’s see this conversation of God with Moses. It says chapter 3, verse 1 and on:

“Now Moses kept the flock of Jethro his father in law, the priest of Midian: and he led the flock to the backside of the desert, and came to the mountain of God, even to Horeb.

And the angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed.

And Moses said, I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt.

And when the Lord saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here am I.

And he said, Draw not nigh hither: put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground.

Moreover he said, I am the God of thy father (that is, the God of Amram, who is Moses’ father), the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. And Moses hid his face; for he was afraid to look upon God.

And the Lord said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows;

And I am come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and a large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey; unto the place of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites.

Now therefore, behold, the cry of the children of Israel is come unto me: and I have also seen the oppression wherewith the Egyptians oppress them.

Come now therefore, and I will send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel out of Egypt.

And Moses said unto God, Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?

And he said, Certainly I will be with thee; and this shall be a token unto thee, that I have sent thee: When thou hast brought forth the people out of Egypt, ye shall serve God upon this mountain.

And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them?

And God said unto Moses, I Am That I Am: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I Am hath sent me unto you.”

Here we have, according to the Divine Program, the time appointed by God to carry out the exodus of the Hebrew people: to deliver the Hebrew people and take them to the promised land. And we also have here the man through whom God would carry out that promised exodus, the exodus promised by God to Abraham for the liberation of Abraham’s descendants who were in Egypt.

And here we have all the requisites required for the exodus of the Hebrew people:

• We have the people enslaved in Egypt, in the nation that God told Abraham (although He didn’t give the name, but He spoke to him of a nation that would enslave Abraham’s descendants);

• And we also have the pharaoh who was to be on the throne at that time;

• And we have the people in Egypt crying out for deliverance, crying out for that exodus promised by God to Abraham for his descendants;

• And we have the one who carries out the exodus, which is God, appearing in the Pillar of Fire, to manifest Himself through the prophet Moses and carry out that exodus; because everything that God does on Earth, in the midst of His people and with His people, He always does it through a prophet.

Now, notice, these exoduses are very important in the Divine Program; because whenever a dispensation comes to its end, God sends a dispensational prophet, and through that dispensational prophet an exodus is carried out.

Look at Abraham. When the Dispensation of Human Government came to an end and the Dispensation of the Promise was to begin, there was an exodus from Ur of the Chaldees, from beyond Babylon, to the promised land. God said to Abraham: “Get out of your land and your kindred.”6 There we have a departure from Babylon, from Egypt for that time; because the world is represented in Babylon and it is also represented in Egypt.

And now, we can see how, always, when we reach the end of a dispensation, there is an exodus; and God always has a dispensational prophet.

And now, we can see Moses being sent by God; and Moses, being God’s instrument for that time, was a man with both consciousnesses together.

Because a prophet of God comes to Earth with both consciousnesses together, and being awake he can experience what for other people are dreams, for which other people have to be asleep. But a prophet comes to Earth with both consciousnesses together, and while awake he can have his dreams and be aware of the things around him.

Now, they come this way because God is going to use them; and it is required that they, even being awake, can hear the Voice of God and can have the visions that God wants to give to His prophets.

Now, notice throughout the Bible how God revealed Himself to His prophets; because all divine revelation has always come to human beings through a prophet; because they are the Word of God for the age or dispensation in which they live; and that Word comes to them, and that Word is sealed in them.

Now, we can see Moses, a shepherd of sheep, who had been a prince in Egypt, but now he is a shepherd of sheep: for forty years shepherding sheep and thus being trained by God.

Now, notice, the training that the pharaoh had given him back in Egypt didn’t help him to carry out the liberation of the Hebrew people, it didn’t help him to carry out the exodus; but now the training that God is giving him in the desert, shepherding sheep, his father-in-law’s sheep, will be of great help and blessing for his prophetic mission that he will have. And as a deliverer he will be able to see in his sheep, in the sheep he was shepherding, he will be able to see the Hebrew people as God’s sheep; and to have patience with the Hebrew people, just as he had patience with his father-in-law’s sheep, which he was shepherding for forty years.

Now, see how a dispensational prophet, a prophet to be God’s instrument for the exodus of that time, is a shepherd: Moses, a shepherd of sheep.

And now, notice how this requirement of a shepherd, to be God’s instrument for an exodus, is very important, because God also says that He is the Shepherd: “The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want. He will lead me in green pastures”7; and so it (the Scripture) continues to speak of God as our Shepherd. Therefore, our Shepherd, God, manifests Himself through a shepherd.

And here, through the shepherd Moses, He is going to carry out the exodus, to shepherd His sheep through the prophet Moses; but it is God, the Good Shepherd, who will be shepherding His people Israel, but He will have to be using a man, a prophet.

And now, notice how He carried out all that Work of the exodus of the Hebrew people, taking them out of Egypt and bringing them to the promised land. The exodus is the way out.

And now, notice how the Hebrew people are delivered by God, the Pillar of Fire; He is the one who carries out the deliverance; but, notice, He does it using a prophet.

That prophet obtained the revelation of the Name of God (that is very important too); and then he went speaking in the Name of God, giving his Message in the Name of God: of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Also, for the second exodus, which was carried out by our beloved Lord Jesus Christ, we find that He said: “I am come in my Father’s name.”8

And now, we can see that for the exodus it requires a people that need that exodus and it requires a dispensational prophet on Earth; and it requires that that prophet has obtained the revelation of the Name of God, and has obtained the Message of God, and has been called and recognized by God as the messenger for that new dispensation.

Notice, he moves them from one dispensation to another dispensation. Notice all the things that are involved in a divine exodus for the people of God. He passes them from one dispensation to another dispensation, gives them the Message for a new dispensation and gives them the whole Divine Program for that new dispensation; and He takes them out of bondage and places them in a new dispensation and in a new land.

Now, remember that Egypt represents the world; and the pharaoh, for the Last Day, will be represented in the antichrist, the beast; just as the pharaoh, for the days of Jesus, was the devil.

And now, look, Moses delivered the Hebrew people, in other words, God through Moses brought them out of Egypt, out of bondage:

There was a Passover lamb there, which was sacrificed on the 14th day of the first month of the Hebrew religious year; and then, in the morning, they went out free. The lamb was sacrificed in the evening of the 14th day; and since among the Hebrew people the days end in the evening and the other day begins in the same evening… Then, in the evening, when the sun goes down, at sunset, one day ends and the other day begins. In other words, the 14th day of the first month of the year was ending (after the lamb had been sacrificed), it was ending (after they had the lamb in the houses), the 14th day was ending and the 15th day was beginning.

And then, notice something, the afternoon and evening of the 15th began.

It begins in the afternoon, the days begin in the afternoon and end in the afternoon. And after the afternoon comes the evening, and after the evening comes the morning of that day.

And on the morning of the 15th day the Hebrew people were set free, they went free to the promised land.

Now, all this always speaks to us of every exodus that God carries out.

Now, God takes the Hebrew people out of a physical condition, out of a physical slavery, and sets them free and takes them free to the promised land, to the land of Israel; a land flowing with milk and honey.

Now, on the journey (after they were free), on the journey to the promised land, they had struggles, they had problems and all these things, but they reached the promised land.

The departure was with Moses, and then the arrival into the promised land with Joshua. But, although we see two persons, it is only one Person who carries out the exodus, and it is the Person of the Angel of the Lord, of the Angel of the Covenant. But He used the ministry of Moses and then He used the ministry of Joshua; because He is the one who places ministries in people.

And now, Moses’ ministry continued in Joshua, to bring the people into the promised land.

Now, we can see that the Work that God would carry out by liberating the Hebrew people was imprinted in the name of Moses: because Moses means ‘taken out of the waters’; and God took out of the waters of Egypt (because waters represent nations, peoples and tongues), God took out of the Egyptian waters (that is, from the midst of the Egyptian people, from the midst of the Egyptian empire), He took out His people Israel free.

Notice how in the name Moses the liberation that he would accomplish there was imprinted, in the midst of the Egyptian people, bringing out the Hebrew people; he brought out a people from the midst of another people.

And then, notice, that people that came out had the Passover lamb that had been sacrificed, its blood had been applied on the lintel and the doors of their homes, for the preservation of the life of the firstborn; because the home where the blood of the lamb was not placed, the firstborn of that family had to die.

And the only way for the preservation of the firstborn of God is the Blood of the Lamb of God, our beloved Lord Jesus Christ. Notice how everything was also typified there.

And now, death smote Egypt at that time, and even the firstborn of the pharaoh, the son of pharaoh, died; and the sons of the Egyptians, the firstborn, died; and even of the beasts, the firstborn also died. So there was a great cry in Egypt. And they asked the Hebrew people to come out of their land, for otherwise all the Egyptians would die.

When the time comes for the exodus, the people who have the promise to be delivered have the blessings of God to be manifested in them; and those who oppose that blessing of God and that deliverance, that exodus, the divine judgments fall upon them.

Look at what happened with Egypt, which was destroyed because of the liberation of the Hebrew people, because Egypt, the pharaoh and his counselors didn’t want to let the Hebrew people go; and the divine judgments fell upon Egypt.

And now, see how the Hebrew people went free; and notice how in that exodus went one named Hoshea, son of Nun, who was always with Moses. It was a young man who was always with Moses and who was his helper, or minister of Moses, who was always serving him. Notice, chapter 33, verse 11, of Exodus, it says:

“And the Lord spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend. And he turned again into the camp: but his servant Joshua, the son of Nun, a young man, departed not out of the tabernacle.”

Joshua was always there, in the tabernacle, that young Joshua, servant of Moses.

And now, notice how a disciple of Moses and servant of Moses, then, later on, he obtained a change of name; and upon obtaining a change of name, well, Moses changed Hoshea’s name, son of Nun, and gave him the name Joshua; and upon giving him the name Joshua, let’s see…

Deuteronomy speaks to us about Joshua: Chapter 34, verse 9 and on, it says:

“And Joshua the son of Nun was full of the spirit of wisdom; for Moses had laid his hands upon him: and the children of Israel hearkened unto him, and did as the Lord commanded Moses.

And there arose not a prophet since in Israel like unto Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face…”

We can see that Moses changed the name of Hoshea, his servant; and he laid his hands on him, anointed him; and the spirit of wisdom from God came upon Joshua; and he became the person who was used by God to take the people to the promised land, to introduce the people into the promised land.

Now, the name Joshua means ‘Savior’ or ‘Redeemer’; and to redeem means ‘to return to the place of origin.’ And God is taking the Hebrew people, who had left the land of Israel in the time of Joseph, and went to Egypt; and now they are returning to their land, the land of Israel, to their place of origin.

The Work that God would do through Joshua, the Work of Redemption, is imprinted in the name Joshua; because to redeem is ‘to return to the place of origin.’ Therefore, God would place the Hebrew people in the place of origin, the place from where they had gone out before (now they were returning); and that is restoration, to be restored to their land.

Therefore, the Work that is carried out in an exodus and the Program contained in an exodus is the Program of Redemption: The Program of setting a people free and taking them to the place of origin.

And now, notice how through the prophet Joshua they were placed in the promised land; and Joshua was the one who distributed the land to them. And Joshua represents the Holy Spirit, and represents the leader of the Last Day.

Joshua is Christ, he represents Christ; because Joshua means ‘Savior’ or ‘Redeemer’ and Jesus means ‘Savior’ or ‘Redeemer,’ because the name Jesus in Hebrew is Joshua.

And now, we have seen how the first exodus took place, where the people were restored to their land, to their place of origin; and there they were established with a dispensational Message.

And now, for the second exodus, which was carried out by the same Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, which and of which God speaks to us in Exodus, chapter 23… Chapter 23 of Exodus says, verse 20 and on:

“Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared.

Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon your transgressions: for my name is in him.

But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine adversaries.

For mine Angel shall go before thee, and bring thee in unto the Amorites, and the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Canaanites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites: and I will cut them off.”

Here we can see that the Angel of the Lord is sent; and He is the one who has the Eternal Name of God; and He is sent in the exodus to deliver the people and take them to the promised land.

And now, notice, it says:

“Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared.”

That is the work of the Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, who is God Himself in the theophanic body manifested through the Pillar of Fire.

Therefore, we find that the one who carries out the exodus and takes the people to the promised land is the same God, God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; but He has an instrument, which is a dispensational prophet, and to whom He reveals His Name.

The Name of the Angel, God says here, the Name of God, is carried by the Angel: “Be not rebellious to Him, for my Name is in Him.”

And now, that is the Name that Moses wanted to know: The Name of the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord. And the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord, gives him that Name in these four consonants: Y-H-W-H, which Moses heard being pronounced. But as time has gone by, mankind has not been able to know how to pronounce those four consonants; and they have added other letters and have made it sound like Jehovah or Yahweh or so on.

But the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord, is the one who bears that Name, and He revealed it to Moses. To the prophet of the Dispensation of the Law, whom He would use for the deliverance of the Hebrew people, He revealed His Name.

And then He commanded the prophet Moses that on a golden plate, a golden plate, be written “Holiness to the Lord” and be placed, that plate be placed, on the forehead of the high priest; because that is the man who would enter once a year to the most holy place of the tabernacle that Moses built and the temple that later on King Solomon built.

Now, look at where that Name that was revealed to Moses was placed; but it was placed there, in those four consonants; not the pronunciation, but the letters; but Moses knew the pronunciation, because he heard the Angel speaking that Name to him.

And now, we find that the high priest, when entering the most holy place had that Name; he was the one who had that Name written on his forehead and he was the one who proclaimed the Name of the Lord, he spoke the Name of God.

And now, for the New Testament, where a new exodus takes place, where Jesus Christ appears preaching at the end of the Dispensation of the Law and beginning…, or intertwining of the Dispensation of Grace with the Dispensation of the Law…

And now, Christ comes in the Name of the One who sent Him, in the Name of the Father; and on some occasions, He told us: “I have come in the name of my Father.”

On another occasion, in John, chapter 12, verse 28, praying, Him praying to the Father says as follows, let’s see… Chapter 12, verse 27 to 28, it says:

“Now is my soul troubled; and what shall I say? Father, save me from this hour: but for this cause came I unto this hour.

Father, glorify thy name. Then came there a voice from heaven, saying, I have both glorified it, and will glorify it again.”

In the First Coming of Christ the Name of God was glorified; and for the Second Coming the Name of God will also be glorified, because in the Name of God (which is the Eternal Name of God and Name of the City of our God and New Name of the Lord Jesus Christ), the Sent One of God for the Last Day will come: The prophet messenger of the Dispensation of the Kingdom and of the Age of the Cornerstone.

That is why Christ says in Revelation, chapter 3, verse 12: “Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out (in other words, he shall never go out from there): and I will write upon him the Name of my God, and the Name of the City of my God, which is the New Jerusalem, which cometh down out of Heaven from my God, and my New Name.” There we have the messenger of God for the exodus of the Last Day, of the seventh millennium.

Now, in order to understand the exodus of the Last Day, of the seventh millennium, we have to understand what these previous exoduses have been.

For the second exodus, John the Baptist came first preaching and preparing the way for the Lord; and they (the people) began to go out, they began to receive the Message of John.

And then, when Jesus appeared, many of John’s disciples began to follow Jesus, and they entered fully into the exodus of those days: into the second exodus, where Christ would take the people out of a spiritual condition and place them in a better spiritual condition. He began to call and gather the people, and promised them that He would fill them with the Holy Spirit.

John the Baptist had also said: “I baptize you with water; but He who comes after me (behind me) will baptize you with Holy Spirit and Fire.”9

And now, the one who comes after John is Jesus, who would baptize the believers in Him with Holy Spirit and Fire.

Coming out in the exodus, second exodus: coming out of the slavery in which the devil has placed the human race (for he has placed the human race in the slavery of sin), coming out of that slavery: Christ freeing the people from the slavery of the devil, from the slavery of the pharaoh, the devil (who placed the human being in slavery, in sin), now Christ is freeing the human beings; and He frees them and places them in the promised land of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, He places them in the promised land of the new birth.

Because by believing in Christ as our Savior and washing our sins in the Blood of Christ and receiving His Holy Spirit, we obtain our spiritual liberation: we are delivered from the devil and from sin, and we are placed in the Kingdom of God: we are placed in the baptism of the Holy Spirit, which produces in us the new birth. And so we enter the promised land of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and so we enter the promised land of the theophanic body of the sixth dimension.

This is what Christ does in the second exodus, with all those who go out in that second exodus that He has carried out.

And now, for the Last Day we have the promise of Christ: of the resurrection of the dead in Christ in eternal bodies and the transformation of us who live; and that is an exodus to enter the promised land.

With the resurrection of the dead in Christ and our transformation, we will be in the promised land of the new body. And then we will also be in the Millennial Kingdom, in the promised land of the glorious Millennial Kingdom (which as a Kingdom is the promised land), that is, the promised Kingdom for the sons and daughters of God who leave in the second exodus and also in the third exodus.

Because to be in the promised land as kings and priests, ruling with Christ, the person must have gone out in the [second] exodus, and have received the Spirit of Christ, and have entered the promised land of the Holy Spirit, and have been born again; to at the Last Day, then, enter the third exodus, to obtain the new body, the eternal body, which He will give us.

And that eternal body is the promised land as a body; and the Millennial Kingdom is the promised land as a Kingdom, for all the sons and daughters of God.

So there will be a new kingdom. The kingdom of the gentiles will be taken away: the kingdom or kingdoms of this world will then become the kingdom or kingdoms of our beloved Lord Jesus Christ.10

And in that Kingdom of Jesus Christ, which is the new land as Kingdom, the promised land as Kingdom, there will be all those who came out in the second exodus and lived in the past ages, and those who have come out in this end time in the second exodus, believing in Christ as their Savior and washing their sins in the Blood of Christ; and there will also be those who in this Last Day will come out in the third exodus, in which we find that those who are living on Earth, the elect of God will come out, and then in the resurrection those who have departed in past ages will come out in that third exodus.

Remember that Joseph, Jacob’s son, although he lived in another dispensation (the Dispensation of the Promise), when the Hebrew people went out in the exodus with Moses, his bones were carried in that exodus, and he was placed in the promised land.11

For all who have departed in past ages: will be resurrected and will be taken, in this third exodus, to the promised land of the new body and to the promised land of the glorious Millennial Kingdom; and we will also be at the Great Marriage Supper of the Lamb.

Now, the third exodus, notice, begins to be prepared by the manifestation of the Spirit of Christ through the forerunner of the Second Coming of Christ. And then with the appearance of the one that will come after the forerunner of the Second Coming of Christ, who is a dispensational prophet: the prophet of the Dispensation of the Kingdom, which comes in the last years of the Dispensation of Grace for the introduction of a new dispensation; and he comes with a dispensational Message: With the Message of the Dispensation of the Kingdom, which is the Message of the Gospel of the Kingdom, which revolves around the Second Coming of Christ as the Lion of the tribe of Judah, as King of kings and Lord of lords, in His Reclaiming Work.

And one enters the exodus of the Last Day through the manifestation of the Holy Spirit, of the Angel of the Lord, of Jesus Christ in Holy Spirit through His Angel Messenger; through which He will be calling and gathering all His elect in this third exodus in this end time, in THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY.

Now, there are exoduses of ages and there are dispensational exoduses. The greatest are the dispensational ones, and they are reflected in the exodus of ages.

When there is an exodus of ages, one leaves an age and enters a new age; that is where God sends the messenger for a new age; and with that messenger God calls and gathers the elect that will go out to a new age, where they are established by God.

Those exoduses, which are awakenings or revivals, which occur in the dispensations (in these dispensations that have passed); where God sends a messenger from age to age and an exodus from one age to another age takes place: that messenger comes with the Message relevant to that time.

And now, that speaks to us that for the end of that dispensation a dispensational messenger will come with a dispensational Message, to call the people and gather them, and place them in a new dispensation, in a dispensational exodus; and there the people enter a new age.

Always, when He sends a dispensational messenger, that is an Age of the Cornerstone. You enter the Age of the Cornerstone, and you receive the Message for a new dispensation, and you walk forward, and you receive the blessings that God has for that new dispensation.

And now, for this end time, in the call of the Great Voice of Trumpet (with which Christ says in Matthew 24, verse 31: “And He will send His Angels with a Great Voice of Trumpet, and they will gather His elect”), that is the call of Christ, of the Holy Spirit: the Great Voice of Trumpet, the Voice of Christ in His Angel Messenger in the Last Day, calling and gathering His elect in the exodus of the Last Day; and thus preparing us to be transformed and raptured in this end time; and thus to be taken to the promised land of the new body and the promised land of the glorious Millennial Kingdom.

Now, we are seeing that the same order of the previous exoduses is also established for the Last Day’s exodus.

Moses was a shepherd of sheep; and Christ, when He was here on Earth two thousand years ago, said: “I am the Good Shepherd; and the Good Shepherd giveth His life for His sheep.”12

And since God, the Lord, is our Shepherd: God in Moses, notice, shepherded the Hebrew people in the exodus that He carried out. And Christ called His sheep, as Good Shepherd, and shepherded them; and from age to age He has been calling and gathering His sheep, as John says, chapter 10, verse 14 to 16, where He says: “And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold, which I must bring, and they also shall hear my Voice; and there shall be one flock, and one shepherd.”

Christ, from age to age, has been manifesting Himself through His angel messengers, and has been calling and gathering His sheep; and those who have heard His Voice have heard the Voice of the Good Shepherd.

And now, for the Last Day, after all this work that Christ has carried out in these ages, we reach the Age of the Cornerstone, the age where the exodus of the Last Day is established; and God sends His Angel Messenger with the Message of the Great Voice of Trumpet of the Gospel of the Kingdom, and calls and gathers His elect in the Age of the Cornerstone.

And so we are placed in a new land as an age: The Age of the Cornerstone; and we are placed in a new land, a new promised land, as a dispensation: the Dispensation of the Kingdom; and we are placed in a new millennium, in a new land as a millennium, which is the seventh millennium, which is the Last Day.

Now, what is the Last Day? The Last Day is the seventh millennium; because “one day before the Lord is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day,” says Second Peter, chapter 3, verse 8, and also the prophet Moses in Psalm 90 and verse 4.

Now, when it speaks of the last days, the last days before God, for human beings are the fifth millennium, sixth millennium and seventh millennium.

God spoke through the prophets in the Old Testament and then He spoke through Jesus Christ —says Saint Paul— in the last days; in Hebrews, chapter 1, verse 1 to 2.

And was Saint Paul wrong when he said that God spoke through Jesus, through His Son, in the last days? He wasn’t wrong; because the last days are the fifth millennium, sixth millennium and seventh millennium, and God was speaking through Jesus in the fifth millennium.

“God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets,

Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds…”

Now, notice, God spoke by His Son in the last days; for “one day before the Lord is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” And the last days before God are the fifth millennium, the sixth millennium and the seventh millennium for human beings.

In the fifth millennium, Jesus Christ was there carrying out the second exodus, to take the people from a spiritual condition to a new spiritual condition: to take the people from death to eternal life, to take the people from sin to eternal life.

And now, for the Last Day, the same Angel of the Lord or Angel of the Covenant, who was in the first exodus in the form of the Pillar of Fire and who was in the second exodus in human flesh and was called Jesus; for this Last Day He will be present: manifested as the white horse Rider of Revelation 19 and the Mighty Angel that descends from Heaven in Revelation, chapter 10.

And He was the one who appeared with the seven angel messengers of the seven ages of the gentile Church in this cloud formed by them, by these angels in their theophanic bodies, on February 28, 1963, 26 miles high; and this cloud was 30 miles wide.13

And now, this Angel that was different from the rest (which is here), is the Angel that for the Last Day will be manifested through His Angel Messenger, through the prophet messenger of the Dispensation of the Kingdom. And this Angel, the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel who was different from the others, is the one who will carry out the third exodus to the promised land of the new body and to the promised land of the glorious Millennial Kingdom; and He will also take us to the Great Marriage Supper of the Lamb.

He is the one who will take us out of this mortal, corruptible and temporary physical condition, and transform us; and He will give us a new body, which is the new promised land as a body, a promised land with eternal life; and He will take us to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb; and then He will bring us to the glorious Millennial Kingdom, where we will rule with Christ for a thousand years and then for all eternity.

Now, the instrument that He uses is not the Lord Jesus Christ, but that instrument that He will be using, that veil of flesh that He will be using in the Last Day, is the Angel Messenger of the Lord Jesus Christ. Revelation 22, verse 16, says:

“I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches.”

John wanted to worship the Angel of Jesus Christ, and the Angel told him not to do so. Why? Because he is a prophet: the prophet of the Dispensation of the Kingdom, sent by Jesus Christ in the Last Day to His Church for the exodus of the Last Day: To through His Angel Messenger manifest Himself, to call and gather His elect, and prepare them to be transformed, and to resurrect the dead in Christ; and to place us in the promised land of the new body; and then to take us to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb; and then to return with Christ to the glorious Millennial Kingdom of Christ, where we will be ruling with Christ for a thousand years as kings and priests, and then for all eternity.

And now, we have seen that the same Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord, who delivered the Hebrew people from bondage in Egypt through the prophet Moses, and then the one who was manifested in human flesh in that young carpenter from Nazareth named Jesus; that same Angel of the Covenant, who became flesh, the Word, who became flesh and dwelt among the human beings there in the midst of the Hebrew people, and was known by the name of Jesus, who carried out the exodus through that veil of flesh, the second exodus; for the Last Day, the Word will come again manifested in human flesh.

And how will His Coming be at the Last Day? It will be, His Coming, as it is shown in Revelation, chapter 10, verse 1 and on, and also in Revelation, chapter 19, verse 11 and on.

Now, notice here, in what the forerunner of the Second Coming of Christ said, on page… let’s see… Let’s read what was said on page 104 and 105 of the book of The Seals. He says:14

75 And then there is coming forth seven mysterious Thunders that’s not even written at all. That’s right. And I believe that, through those Seven Thunders, will be revealed in the last days in order to get the Bride (that is, the Bride-Church of Christ) together for rapturing faith. Because, what we got right now, we—we wouldn’t be able to do it. There is something. We’ve got to step farther. We, we can’t have enough faith for Divine healing, hardly. We’ve got to have enough faith to be changed, in a moment, and be swept up out of this earth. And we’ll find that, after a while, the Lord willing, find where It’s written.”

And we turn to page 131 of the book of The Seals, where it says:15

283 And, Jesus, His Name on earth was ‘Redeemer,’ Jesus. When He was on earth, He was the Redeemer, that’s true. But when He conquered death and hell, and overcome them, and ascended on High, He received a new Name. That’s the reason you holler the way they do, and they don’t get nothing.

284 It’ll be revealed in the Thunders. Uh-huh. See? Notice the mysteries. He is coming, riding… There’s got to be Something to change this Church. You know that. There’s got to be Something. Notice, ‘No man knowed, but Himself.’ Now, notice, ‘No man knowed, but Hisself.’

‘And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood: and his name was called The Word of God.’

Oh, my! Notice!

‘And the armies which were in heaven followed him upon white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean.

And out of his mouth goes a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he tread the winepress of the fierceness and the wrath of Almighty God.

And he had on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.’

Revelation 19:13-16

285 There comes the Messiah. There He is…”

What is it that will change the Church of Jesus Christ? What is it that will bring about the transformation of us who live and the resurrection of the dead in Christ? The Second Coming of Christ, the Coming of the white horse Rider of Revelation 19.

And let’s see on page 134 of the book of The Seals what Reverend William Branham says:16

302 Notice! And when this Holy Spirit that we have becomes incarnate to us, the One that’s in our midst now in the form of the Holy Ghost, becomes incarnate to us, in the Person of Jesus Christ, we’ll crown Him King of kings and Lord of lords.”

The Holy Spirit for the Last Day will come how? Incarnate; just as He came incarnate in the person of Jesus.

The Angel of the Covenant, the Holy Spirit, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the Word, became flesh two thousand years ago, came incarnate, and we knew Him by the name of Jesus. And then, for the Last Day, we find that He has been manifest in His Church from age to age, and has been manifesting Himself through His seven angel messengers from age to age. And for the Last Day the Holy Spirit, the Angel of the Covenant, the white horse Rider of Revelation 19, will be manifested in human flesh.

Now, notice, He comes incarnate in the Last Day, and then we will crown Him:

“...we’ll crown Him King of kings and Lord of lords.”

Why? Because He comes incarnate. A spirit can’t be crowned. That Holy Spirit has to come incarnate to be crowned as “King of kings and Lord of lords.”

And now, on page 277 of the book of The Seals it also tells us:17

[391] …may the Holy Spirit come down now, the white-horse Rider (Who is the Rider of the true white horse of Revelation 19? The Holy Spirit, the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord), while His Spirit, Spirit of Christ, in the face of antichrist, and call His Own.”

Christ in Holy Spirit comes in the Last Day manifested in human flesh.

And now, let’s see how this entire event, relevant to the Last Day, will be for the exodus of the Last Day.

On page 256 of the book of The Seals he says:18

“196. But when our Lord appears here on earth, He’ll be riding on a snow-white horse. And He’ll be completely, fully, the Emmanuel, the Word of God incarnate in a Man.”

And if we find that man, we will be finding the white horse Rider of Revelation 19: We will be finding the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord, Jesus Christ in Holy Spirit manifested in human flesh in a man of this end time; and thus we will be finding the one who will carry out the exodus of the Last Day.

And who will carry it out? The Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, Jesus Christ in Holy Spirit manifested in human flesh in the Last Day: the white horse Rider of Revelation 19. That is why He appears there with a multitude on white horses, because those are His elect.

And now, we also turn to page 146 of the book of The Seals, where he tells us:19

402 And at the same time that this devil falls out of Heaven and becomes incarnate in a man, the Holy Spirit goes up and comes down in carnate men. Amen. Oh, my! What a time!”

For the Last Day, for the time of the exodus of the Last Day…; just as there was Moses, the instrument of Christ, God’s instrument, where God was manifested for the deliverance, for the exodus, on the other hand there was the devil manifested in the pharaoh.

Now, there we can see the two instruments that would be in that time: the devil, in the pharaoh of that time; and God, the Angel of the Covenant, in Moses manifested.

And for this end time we can also look at what was the second exodus, and we can see that God was manifested in human flesh in Jesus: God in Holy Spirit was, the Angel of the Covenant, in Jesus manifested for the exodus; but on the other hand the devil was incarnated in Judas. The Scripture says that the devil entered into Judas,20 and that is why he sold his master, Jesus.

And now, for the Last Day, the devil will be incarnated in the antichrist, in the man of sin, in the beast, and will rise up against Christ. Christ will be manifested in human flesh in His Angel Messenger. And just as it happened in the first exodus and second exodus, it will also happen in this Last Day, in the exodus of the Last Day.

It says Revelation, chapter 22 and chapter 17… Let’s see, in Revelation, chapter 17, verse 11 and on, it says:

“And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition.

And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.

These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.

These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.”

There we can see the confrontation that will take place in this Last Day, in the exodus of the Last Day, just as there was a confrontation between Moses and the pharaoh.

Now we can also see in Revelation, chapter 19, verse 19, this confrontation. It says:

“And I saw the beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse, and against his army.”

In other words, to make war, the beast and the kings that had given him their power and authority, to make war against whom? Against the white horse Rider of Revelation 19; to make war against the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord, Jesus Christ manifested in the Last Day, in the exodus of the Last Day.

And now, victory is assured for Christ, the white horse Rider of Revelation 19:

“And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshipped his image. These both were cast alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone.”

In other words, here we find that the victory was obtained by Christ, the Angel of the Covenant, in His Coming at the Last Day, in the exodus of the Last Day.

“And the remnant were slain with the sword of him that sat upon the horse, which sword proceeded out of his mouth: and all the fowls were filled with their flesh.”

Just as the Angel of the Covenant, by means of the manifestation that He had through the prophet Moses, had the victory against the pharaoh; and just as the Angel of the Covenant, by means of His manifestation through Jesus, had the victory against the devil; for this end time, Christ, the Angel of the Covenant, by means of His manifestation in the Last Day in His Angel Messenger, will have, will obtain the victory, the Great Victory in Divine Love: And the dead in Christ will be resurrected in eternal bodies, and we who are alive will be transformed, and we will go with Christ to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb in Heaven.

Now, we have seen everything related to the Last Day’s exodus.

• A dispensational Message has to be present: it is the Gospel Message of the Kingdom, which revolves around the Second Coming of Christ.

• A dispensational prophet has to be on the scene: that is the Angel of the Lord Jesus Christ, the prophet of the Dispensation of the Kingdom.

• And we have to be in the Last Day, which is the seventh millennium; and if we add to the calendar the years of delay that it has, we are already in the seventh millennium, which is the Last Day before God.

• And there must be a people that will enter into that exodus, that will be delivered in that exodus.

And now, from age to age we have seen exoduses of ages, which typify the great exodus that God will carry out in this Last Day.

And just as there was a territory where each one of the exoduses was fulfilled… The first one was in Egypt, notice; and the second one Christ carried out in the land of Israel. And now, throughout the ages they have been entering that exodus to obtain the promised land of the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

• And for this end time, to obtain the promised land of the fullness of the Holy Spirit and thus obtain the eternal and glorified body, there is a territory where Christ will be manifested in Holy Spirit in the Last Day, through His Angel Messenger; He will be manifested in human flesh, carrying out the exodus of the Last Day, to enter the promised land of the new body, we who are alive and those who have departed in past ages; and go to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb; and then come, return to Earth with Christ, for the Great Millennial Kingdom.

• That Millennial Kingdom also, as a Kingdom, is the promised Kingdom, the promised land as a Kingdom for all the sons and daughters of God.

• And in the third exodus, notice, all the elect of God of the Last Day and the elect of God of the seven ages of the gentile Church come out; because they will be resurrected in eternal bodies, and we who are alive will be changed, and we will go with Christ to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. But then we will return to Earth for the glorious Millennial Kingdom, for that promised land as Kingdom, to be with Christ enjoying the blessings of the Kingdom of God established on Earth by our beloved Lord Jesus Christ.

Christ said, in the prayer He taught His disciples, that one of the things they should ask the Father was: “Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done, as it is in Heaven, here on Earth.”21 And this will be fully fulfilled in the Millennial Kingdom.

But first the Son of Man must come, Christ, the Holy Spirit, manifested in human flesh for the exodus of the Last Day, to take us to that glorious Millennial Kingdom; and for that He must transform our bodies, and raise the dead in Christ, and take us first to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, which is the reception of the Marriage of the Lamb with His Church.

Now, we have seen this mystery of the exodus of the Last Day; and we have seen how the Angel of the Covenant comes, the Angel of the Lord, the white horse Rider of Revelation 19, manifested in and for the exodus of the Last Day; for the deliverance of the seed of Abraham, the heavenly seed of Abraham, which will be delivered, freed: they will be transformed from mortal to immortal; and the dead in Christ will be resurrected and immortals will rise to be with us.

Now see how, for this end time, the exodus of the Last Day will bring us all those great blessings that God has promised in the Old Testament and New Testament for the seed of Abraham.

The Hebrew people will also be benefited in this exodus of the Last Day, they will also receive their blessings; because in Israel will be established the capital of the glorious Millennial Kingdom of the Messiah, of the Christ, of the Anointed One; and the Throne of David will be restored; and the Kingdom of David will be restored by the Messiah; and He will rule over the Hebrew people and over all nations.

At His Coming, Christ coming in the exodus of the Last Day manifested in His Angel Messenger, manifested in human flesh, the Hebrew people, in a certain part of the ministry of the Last Day, will notice him, and will say: “This is the one we are waiting for.”

On page 22 and 23 of the book of Quotations, page 22, verse 176, it says:22

“And there’s them two witnesses (that is, the Two Olive Trees, Moses and Elijah). And when they tormented the church, or the world, by their preaching; and receiving back the Jews, and bringing them back to repentance, bringing them back to believe on… When they see Jesus coming for the Bride, they’ll say, ‘Lo, this is our God Who we waited on. That’s Him!’ But He’s not coming for them; He come for His Bride. And His Bride…”

And further down, right here, it says:

“When the Lord Jesus shall come for His Bride, and they see Him, they’ll say, ‘That’s the One we’ve waited on, there He is!’ He’ll rise with healing in His wings.”

And now, notice, here in the book of The Seals, page 57, it says:23

“‘…I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow…upon his head (that is Revelation, chapter 10),…’

30 If you notice, that’s Christ, see. Cause, He, in the Old Testament, was called the Angel of the Covenant. And He is directly coming to the Jews now, for the Church is finished. See? All right.

‘…and his face…as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire:’

31 You remember that Angel in Revelation 1? Same thing. Angel is a ‘messenger.’ And He’s the Messenger to Israel. See? The Church has been raptured, see, now, or fixing to be raptured. He comes for His Church.”

Here we have the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord, of Revelation, chapter 10, which is the same Mighty Angel that descends from Heaven, which appeared in this cloud formed by angels, and one of them was different from the others. That is the Angel that in the Last Day comes manifested in human flesh to carry out the exodus of the Last Day; and that is the Angel that will be seen manifested in human flesh, and the Hebrew people will say: “This is the one we are waiting for.”

When speaking with the Hebrew people or with a rabbi of the Hebrew people regarding the Coming of the Messiah, the Coming of the King of Israel, they testify that what they are expecting is a man, a prophet; a man, a prophet where God will be manifested in human flesh, where the Angel of the Covenant will be, the Angel of the Lord, manifested in human flesh, clothed in a body of human flesh.

And for this Last Day, that veil of flesh, if we find it, we will be finding the manifestation of the Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel that was different from the others, manifested in human flesh through a man of this Last Day: through the Angel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

We have seen the mystery of “THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY”; and we have seen that the manifestation of the Angel of the Lord, of the Angel of the Covenant, of Jesus Christ in Holy Spirit for this Last Day, would be (where?) in the Latin American and Caribbean territory.

• In Latin America and the Caribbean is where the Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, is manifested in human flesh in His Angel Messenger, and manifests the exodus of the Last Day; and from there the blessing will extend to other nations, and will reach the Hebrew people.

In order to enter the promised land of the Millennial Kingdom, the people, and even the nations, have to enter the exodus of the Last Day. And therein lies the great opportunity for Latin America and the Caribbean; because in the exodus that God carried out through the prophet Moses, not only the children of Israel entered, but also many people: gentiles also went in that exodus to the promised land.

“THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY.”

We have seen what the Last Day is, which is the seventh millennium.

We have seen who is the one who carries out the exodus of the Last Day: it is the same one who carried out the exodus of the time of Moses and the exodus of the time of Jesus: it is the Angel of the Lord, the Angel of the Covenant, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob: the Word, which was with God and was God, and was made flesh and dwelt among the Hebrew people, and was known by the name of Jesus; who has been in the midst of His Church from age to age, and in this end time would be in the Age of the Cornerstone of the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ, giving us His Message of the Gospel of the Kingdom and carrying out the exodus of the Last Day.

It has been a great blessing for me to be with you on this occasion, giving you testimony of “THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY.”

May the blessings of Jesus Christ, the Angel of the Covenant, be upon you all and upon me also; and may the number of God’s elect soon be completed; and may the dead in Christ soon be resurrected in eternal bodies, and may we who are alive be changed. In the Eternal Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. And let us be taken to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, to Heaven, to the House of our heavenly Father. Amen and amen.

May the blessings of Christ continue with you all.

Those who followed Moses in the exodus, they were following the Angel of the Covenant, Jesus Christ; and those who followed the Angel of the Covenant, Jesus Christ, in the second exodus, notice, they were following the Angel of the Lord, Jesus Christ.

And in this third exodus, in this exodus of the Last Day, those who follow the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel that was different from the others, we are following our beloved Lord Jesus Christ.

And we say: “I follow Christ,” the Angel of the Covenant, the Angel of the Lord.

And as we follow Christ, let us speak of Christ, giving testimony of Christ, carrying His Message pertaining to the exodus of the Last Day.

In the exodus of the Last Day we follow Christ, the Angel of the Covenant; we speak of Christ, the Angel of the Covenant; and we keep our faith in Christ, the Angel of the Covenant. With faith in Christ, the Angel of the Covenant. And this is how we will reach the promised land of the new body and the promised land of the glorious Millennial Kingdom.

Christ is our Rock; the same rock that appeared in the wilderness on two occasions, representing Christ. Now we have Christ, the Rock, with us, as in the first exodus and the second exodus, and now in the exodus of the Last Day.

And He, in His Eternal Love, speaks directly to our soul and makes known to us all these things that must happen soon, in THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY.

It is Love, Eternal Love, that He expresses, manifests, for each one of you and for me also; and from the depths of our soul we also manifest our love to our beloved Lord Jesus Christ. “Eternal Love,” that is the Love of God for each one of us.

“THE EXODUS OF THE LAST DAY.”

1 Exodus 1:8-10

2 James 2:23; Isaiah 41:8, 2 Chronicles 20:7

3 Genesis 14:18-20

4 Genesis 18:1-8

5 John 1:18, 1 John 4:12

6 Genesis 12:1

7 Psalm 23:1-2

8 John 5:43

9 Matthew 3:11, Luke 3:16

10 Revelation 11:15

11 Genesis 50:25; Exodus 13:19; Joshua 24:32

12 John 10:11

13 26 miles high = 41.8 km; 30 miles wide = 48.3 km

14 The Seals in English, pages 125-126

15 The Seals in English, page 155

16 The Seals in English, page 158

17 The Seals in English, page 327

18 The Seals in English, page 303

19 The Seals in English, page 173

20 Luke 22:3-4; John 13:27

21 Matthew 6:10; Luke 11:2

22 57-1006 – Questions and Answers on Hebrews #3

23 The Seals in English page 70

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