Moses’ Ark, just a basket-like structure of leaves and sticks, with pitch and tar to make it watertight, had in its two upper stories a MANCHILD. The boy Moses represents the two top stories, THE SON and THE HOLY SPIRIT. He was the manifestation of the unseen God to a people who did not know Him, and, as in the case of Pharaoh, hated and resisted Him.
Moses, therefore, in this type was a symbol of that man Jesus, who should come and bring salvation to all mankind. Thus, we see again the Ark representing salvation. While in the manifestation of God to a wicked world, Moses represented Christ. In his role as a human leader, he represents this last day SUPER-MANCHILD, which the church will come to be in the last three and a half years of the tribulation. In this role, he broke the power of Egypt. He could not be touched or hurt by human agents of Satan. He took the children of Israel from Egypt to the Promised Land, and the sons of God (the 144,000) will take God’s people out of this Babylonish system, and finally overthrow the system by spiritual power.
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