OUR FATHER WHO DEFEATS THE OPPRESSOR
Isaiah chapter 19 verse 3 says this;
The Egyptians will lose heart, and I will bring their plans to nothing; they will consult the idols and the spirits of the dead, the mediums and the spiritists.
The Egyptians, who unjustly enslaved the children of Israel in the land of Egypt, were a foreshadowing and a type of oppressor of the people of God in a time to come.
The children of Israel, who through Joseph brought blessing and prestige to Egypt, found themselves being oppressed and tormented by the Egyptians.
The Lord, hearing the outcry of His people, called Moses to come to Egypt and liberate the children of Israel from bondage by visiting calamity after calamity upon Egypt until they lost heart and released their grip on the children of Israel.
Likewise, the kings and princes of this world will cooperate with the gods of this world to establish their rulership over the whole earth and to bring oppression and torment to the people of God.
However, the Lord himself will suddenly appear riding on a swift cloud to the realm of Egypt and He will visit calamity upon calamity upon the oppresive Egyptian regime.
He will cause them to fight among themselves, their resources will dry up, their economic clout will be erased and their leaders and strategists will speak only foolishness and lead the whole kingdom into disaster.
The Egyptians will thus lose heart and be totally discouraged as the Lord brings their plans to nothing.
In their desperation, the Egyptians will consult with mediums and spiritists trying to get ahead of the supernatural forces that they know are bringing down the kingdom of darkness around them.
This will have no effect as Egypt descends into abject failure and its people are gripped with dibilitating fear.
Just as some Egyptians followed the children of Israel out of Egypt when they were freed, some people associated with the global kingdom of Egypt that tried to usurp the whole earth for darkness will repent and return to the Lord and the Lord will restore them to himself.
As it says in Isaiah chapter 19 verse 25;
The Lord Almighty will bless them, saying, “Blessed be Egypt my people, Assyria my handiwork, and Israel my inheritance.”