Into the valley of death
(Jesus speaking: ) I went down to the valley of the shadow of death, a shadow of things that would yet be, the real final death in the land of forgetfulness. I went to say that the Daystar was to arise. The light had come and would rise to bring life to all who believed. And just like on Earth, so was it there, in the midst of My brethren below, some believed and others mocked. I pleaded; I explained the scriptures to them. Just as I had done on earth, I said to them also that it was fulfilled in their ears. (Luke 4:21) Those who had waited for the day of My arrival, who still believed that verse saying “Whither shall I go from thy presence” rejoiced to see Me. (Psalm 139:7-10) They would not leave My side. I went down to the pit that I might loose them and set them free these, My brethren, these lost of the tribes of Israel. They were loosed and delivered, as quickly as it was done in Egypt. It was a day of deliverance. Just as the darkness fell on Egypt shortly before they were set free, and just as the first born was slain shortly before they left, so was it again in the time of their deliverance.
The darkness came as I was crucified, and I, the first born of God was slain. And then, oh, I cry to remember what happened next…I was the Moses that led them out and up to freedom.
But just as the children of Israel had to go through some tough times of testing, so did these released children of Abraham. They have gone through the pain, along with Me of course, in trying to bring their brethren, those still on Earth, to a full and believing knowledge of God. They see how disbelief is a like a plague of the heart and mind and needs to be purged. Time and testing cures it most of the time.
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Physically, there is no escape. To enter the Kingdom you must be born again. And to pass through the tribulation in triumph, will be no less a miracle.