And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn (Exodus 4:22).
Let me first start by saying, God is awesome, from everlasting unto everlasting. And if you are sons of God and come to know him, you will love him with an undescrible love. And this God of Israel will love you in a special way.
“Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn.” Can a man deny this right of God? Who in his right mind that will not honor this? Is there such a man? I tell you this truth, all shall honor God. All shall honor this God of Israel, my God, whether they like it or not. Every knee shall bow; every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is LORD. The LORD God of Israel is LORD and God above all.
Know you not to whom you belong? Know you not the Father and this God? Know you not that the hand of God will not faint, nor will it fail to deliver? I stand here with the power of God and say to you, mighty is the ways of my God. And him who sitteth on High shall be glorify by his hand. For today I tell you, freedom will come, and it shall not leave. It shall rise up to the heavens, and the glory of God shall be upon it. It shall abide in this truth. For who God set free, let no man enslave. For today this God has spoken that you will know that I serve the true and living God, the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob. And his name is precious, delightful, wonderful, and glorious. He is my God. He is my everlasting God.
If you are born of Christ, then you are Israel. And if you are Israel then you are even the firstborn of God the Father. And this God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob, will not let you go, nor will he forsake you. For this truth I tell you, truly if you are Israel, God will show you favor. But know this truth — not all of Israel is Israel. For by Issac thy seed shall be called. So we see that the seed of Isaac will boom and blossom, and God will show them mercy. For Isaac begot Jacob, and Jacob is Israel. For God is worthy in all things, from everlasting unto everlasting. And he has ordained prosperity to Israel. Who God bless shall he not prosper? Israel cannot fail, nor shall Isreal be spoiled by the hand of Egypt. For Isreal is the firstborn of God. And who God love, let all man leave alone. Who God love, let no man touch. For God will not sit back idle. But he will rise up with vigor and strength, and free his people. He will come to their aid, and he will not leave empty handed. And those who are circumcised into our father Abraham who begot Isaac, who begot Jacob, then you are the firstborn of God whom he loves dearly.
Let us honor this God. Let us praise this God. Let all of Israel rejoice; for the LORD my God who is Father of Israel is our God. Let us stand in the power and the strength and the knowledge of our Father, because we are Israel. We are the free people of God. Liberty must beseech us. The spirits of God must beseech us. The love of God must abide in us. Zion will rejoice in our names. And we will rejoice in Zion. We will lift up Zion to the ends of the world. And so shall it be, that this God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob, will lift us up with his glory and his power, from everlasting unto everlasting.
I will lift up my Father, my God on High, and I will not let him go. But I will call out the name of my God that he shall harken to my voice, and I shall be glad. Let my God be magnified in this truth. Let my Father behold greatness without measure. From everlasting unto everlasting my God shall reign with glory. The LORD will have his way. And I will always be glad; for I am Israel. My God has declared this truth to me, and he is never wrong. The LORD speaks righteousness; he declares things that are right (Isaiah 45:19). Let it be known in all the land — the God of Abraham, the God of Israel, and the God of Jacob delivered Israel. And he is our God, the God of freedom, the God of prosperity, the God of hope, the God of glory, and everlasting life. Let this truth of the living God, my God, hang on the balance; for it shall not go weary, nor shall it faint. Blessed be the hand of God.