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The second resurrection – the dead outside of Christ are Judged at the Great White Throne at the End of the Millennium.

 

 The Great White Throne Judgment at the End of the Millennium.  This is when the Dead Outside of Christ are raised for judgment.  This is when the Pagans are resurrected to be judged.  It is the second resurrection.  The First Resurrection is when true believers are raised from the dead when Christ comes to Rapture the Church at the end of the Great Tribulation / beginning of the Millennium.   The Sheep are people in the Nations who love to do good and were kind to God’s People but they did not receive the Gospel.  The Weeds are false Christians.  The Goats are evil people in the Nations who persecuted God’s people, accepted the mark of the Beast and walk in darkness.

The Harvest at the End of the Age. It coincides with the First resurrection and the Second Coming of Christ at the seventh Trumpet.

The Harvest at the End of the Age.  A Great Multitude of believers (Wheat)  are raptured to be with Christ when he comes on the clouds at the Seventh Trumpet at the End of the Great Tribulation.  This co-incides with the First Resurrection which is when dead believers (also wheat) are raised to be with Christ.  False Christians (Weeds) are also harvested from the Earth at this time by an angle in charge of the fire and they are thrown in to Hell for eternal punishment.  The Nations are left on Earth and are divided in to the Sheep and the Goats according to how they treated God’s people.  Those that persecuted God’s people (the Goats) are thrown into the Lake of Fire.  Those that were Kind to God’s people receive a reward.  They will become the Nations on Earth during the Millennium and in Eternity if they do not rebel against God when Satan is released form his prison at the End of the Millennium.

The relationship between the Israelite sojourn (430yrs) and the dynasties of Egypt.

The relationship between the Israelite sojourn (430yrs) and the dynasties of Egypt.

The relationship between the Israelite sojourn (430yrs) and the dynasties of Egypt.

The relationship between the Egyptian Kingdoms and dynasties and the various phases of the Israelites on their way to the Promised Land

A schematic diagram illustrating the relationship between the Egyptian Kingdoms and dynasties and the various phases of Israel as the Israelites grew to be a nation while they were in Egypt and then traveled to the promised land where they were ruled initially by Judges and later by Kings. The nation of Israel became divided into North (Israel) and South (Judah) after Solomon. There was no first intermediate period.

A schematic diagram illustrating the relationship between the Egyptian Kingdoms and dynasties and the various phases of Israel as the Israelites grew to be a nation while they were in Egypt and then traveled to the promised land where they were ruled initially by Judges and later by Kings. The nation of Israel became divided into North (Israel) and South (Judah) after Solomon. There was no first intermediate period.

Egytian History reconciled with the Bible

 

Summary

The Israelites Leader Pharaohs
Joseph (Imhotep) invitesJacob to come to Egypt. Jacob and his sons move to Egypt and settle in the land of Ra. Netjerikhet / Djoser (3rd dynasty)Vizier: Imhotep = Joseph
The Israelites Multiply in Egypt The Hebrews multiply and become numerous. Joseph / Imhotep protects them for 70 years. 3rd Dynasty 4th dynasty 5th dynasty 6th dynasty(dynasties 7-11 are contemporary with other dynasties)
Oppression Moses raised by Sobeknefru in Pharaoh’s household until 40 years old during the reign of Amenemhet III.Moses co-reigns with Amenemhet III for 9 years as Amenemhet IV during this time Amenemhet I Sesostris I Sesostrist II Amenemhet IISesostris III Amenemhet III (12th dynasty)
Waiting Moses (Amenemhet IV) flees to Midian where he lives with Jethro for 40 years Amenemhet III Sobekneferu (12th dynasty)Sobekhotep I to Neferhotep I (13th dynasty)
Exodus Moses becomes the leader of the Jews and Aaron their spokesman Neferhotep I (13th dynasty)
Wilderness Moses leads the Israelites in the Wilderness for 40 years. During this time, Moses receives the Law on Mt Sinai, sets up the Sanctuary and positions the Israelites to take the Promised Land Sobekhotep IV (13th dynasty)14th dynasty
Canaan – Judges Moses dies on Mt Nebo in Moab just before the Israelites invade Canaan (The Promised Land)Israel is ruled by ‘Judges’ Hyksos (15th dynasty))(16th and 17th dynasties contemporary with 15th)
Israel United – Kingship Saul David Solomon Ahmose I Amenhotep I Thutmose I Thutmose IIHatshetsup (18th dynasty)

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