My Dad ….

One of the great misconceptions by both believers and nonbelievers (not all inclusive, but many) is the idea that YHVH directly caused Pharaoh to be heart hardened. In the same way YHVH knew Esau before he was born, as He knew you before you were born, He knew Pharoah. YHVH has already seen his life play out and Moses has recorded for us the events of his encounter with YHVH well after the fact.

Exodus 4:21 “And the Lord said unto Moses, When thou goest to return into Egypt, see that thou do all those wonders before Pharaoh, which I have put in thine hand: but I will harden his heart, that he shall not let the people go.”

Harden is H2388 חָזַק chazaq – to be obstinate.

Pharaoh’s behavior was reactionary to the events YHWH was setting forth and YHWH knew he was going to behave this way. A Pharaoh had been groomed by their father {the previous ruler} that they were actual gods themselves.

This would stem from the stories told over time from the original fallen angels mating with mankind and creating the man-gods or Nephilim. In the same way the monarchs of England have kept the blood lines to the King, these Egyptians, held their blood lines in the place of power. In addition to the reigning Pharaoh the ancestors were celebrated as gods.

When Moses, a despised Hebrew, comes to make demands it is only natural that Pharaoh would be obstinate. “Who is this mere human to ask anything of me a god-man” has to be forefront in his mind. Then as things progress Pharaoh has to be thinking “why would these Hebrews think their ‘god’ has any power over me in my country and so far from his own country.”

Humanity under the reign of the various god-man rulers in this day and age believed they were merely territorial in nature and if your army defeated their army it was due to your god-man having more power than yours. a sort of “my dad can beat up your dad” philosophy.

YHWH is my Dad (Abba) and he can beat them all!!

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