Welcome back to your mentorees course.
– Equipping by Ian Andrews
I trust that you have prayed over last weeks text and received revelation of your own from your studies.
You will notice on your Dashboard that a Forum has been set up. This is for YOU, please share the revelations that God gave you, ask any questions. In that way, all the Mentorees will be able to see the postings and we can all learn that much quicker with shared revelation.
Here is what God showed me from those passages.
I want to welcome you to the 2nd week of month one. This is where you get all the information that God has shared with me over the last forty years, so diving straight into the passage, why did God say the tenth day?
Well, I expect you already understand that the number five is the number that represent the Grace of God. This is something that we receive from God, that we don’t deserve, we can’t work for, and we can’t earn, but if you take five and times it by two, I can’t help having a background as an accountant, if you take five times two that’s ten, and five multiplied by two, indicates that this is something that God Himself is predetermining that He wants to do, and so on the tenth day this is what it actually does mean, that God is determined to let His grace flow to the children of Israel. Remember this all happens before the Law is brought in!
It’s not just grace that could be or perhaps not, but it is predetermined grace that is flowing to all the children of Israel. The fact that He told them to take a lamb for a house is very interesting because actually, God never intended individual salvation but He intended household salvation. That was why Paul said in the Book of Acts, to the jailer, don’t do yourself any harm; you and your whole household will be saved.
What did they have to do with the lamb? Well, they had to eat the lamb, they had to partake of the lamb, that lamb had to go down inside of them, and it became part of them. What type of lamb was it? Well, it was the Passover lamb. That was the first Passover where God past over the children of Israel and brought death to the Egyptians.
The Passover part of it is linked to Jesus who is God’s Passover Lamb. As they ate the lamb even though it doesn’t say in this passage that everybody was healed, in the Book of Psalms it makes a reference to this passage, and it says that when they left Egypt there wasn’t one sick or feeble one among their tribes.
Who did God speak to, when He said all of this wonderful truth? He spoke to his servant Moses and He told Moses, speak to all, and all means ALL speak to all the children of Israel.
Therefore in the same way, that healing is for everyone, salvation is for everyone, we have to learn to live with the tension that not everyone is saved, and not everyone is healed, but that doesn’t restrict us from praying for everyone.
Exodus 12 :
Exodus 15 vs 22 – 26
Numbers 21 vs 4 – 9
John3 v 13