One Christian writer who certainly does think, states:
“After Israel spent more than 400 years in Egypt (many as slaves), God raised up Moses to tell Pharaoh to ‘Let my people go,” but Pharaoh refused.
God sent 10 plagues, and the last plague is often called the ‘death angel.’
God told the Jews to sprinkle the blood of an unblemished lamb on the upper and side door posts of their houses, go inside, stay until the death angel passed, and be prepared to leave on a moment’s notice.
God said the firstborn children of those that obeyed God would be spared, but the firstborn children of those that did not obey God would die.
Many Jews spent the first Passover in their homes out of obedience to God because He said the death angel would pass over their house, if He saw the blood.
Following that incredible event, the Jews left their houses and embarked on a trip to the Promised Land.
Most lapsed into unbelief, and only two made it.
Church members that are worshipping in homes today need to be ready to go to the Promised Land on a moment’s notice.”**
It is very interesting to me to see how most any Dispensationalist teacher can take almost any situation from the Old Testament and create a pre-Trib Rapture scenario from it. Yet, without twisting verses they can find nothing in the New Testament stating that the Rapture is pre-Tribulational.
So with Israel and the Passover as our type and shadow we, because we have been shut in due to this virus, are now to be ready for Rapture (The promised land). But this writer overlooks that there was no promised land for most of these released from Egypt after the blood was applied to their door posts. There was mainly death during 40 years of wilderness experience, and then only Joshua and Caleb entered the promised land.
I personally would not use the Passover as any indication of Rapture, but then I don’t need to, because many scriptures tell us when it is to occur, and it’s not pre-Trib.
Our hope is in Israel’s Messiah, the creator of the universe including us. He laid down His life for us that we might become the sons of God. In Him is our refuge from the storm. Joshua and Caleb went through the wilderness experience with the rest who did not make the promised land, before they themselves did see it — the promised land.
Think about that if you are into types and shadows.
**. Quote taken from: Speeded Up :: By Daymond Duck