Verses in Haggai 2 reveal more about the prophecy. The remnant now having returned, God is speaking to His people and says, “Be strong, all you people of the land, says the Lord, and work: for I am with you, says the Lord of hosts: according to the word that I covenanted with you when you came out of Egypt, so My Spirit remains AMONG you: fear you not” (Hag. 2:4-5). (Dave then jumps to this conclusion)Verse 6 makes plain this is describing a people at the end of the age, not ancient (or modern) Jews or some group in a church of this world.
Dave again takes scriptures meant for a specific people for a specific time and says it's all about him and his splinter cult. What an idiot!
Many pages could describe the parallels between ancient Israel leaving Egypt and God’s people leaving the “Egyptian” splinters. While there are of course differences, the parallels are stunning—and fascinating in regard to what God’s people can expect from their God—Jesus Christ, the Head of the Church—in the manner of how He will work with His final small flock of people to complete such a great end-time Work.Dave's god certainly is impotent. Why does it need a little group of people to do the job it should have been doing all along?
First we might ask: Why, in regard to the remnant, would there be IN HAGGAI a reference to Egypt and God’s COVENANT with Israel? Every Christian has heard this many times. God calls Christians out of spiritual Egypt, which is a type of this world. Every year during the Days of Unleavened Bread Christians rehearse their coming out of Egypt. Accept it or not, those outside God’s one Church are in the world. Having adopted numerous false doctrines, standards and ways that God commands true Christians to reject, this describes the splinters. In the end, there is only God’s Church and the world, also variously described as Babylon, Egypt and the place of dragons. Christians are in one or the other. They cannot be in both and this includes you. The splinters are Egypt—period. God plans to bring His people out of Egypt, reinstate them into His Church, and work with them as He did ancient Israel when they came out of Egypt during the Exodus. This is what He says.