[313] Genesis 17: Heavenly Moses moving the rod from one hand to the other with Aaron and Hur in support

8 And the Amalekites proceeded to come and fight against Israel in Rephidim.
9 At this Moses [Jesus] said to Joshua [FDS]: Choose men for us and go out, fight against the Amalekites [Sons of Satan]. Tomorrow [the day of the Christian church] I am stationing myself upon the top of the hill [heavenly administration of Christianity], with the rod of the [true] God in my hand [With the authority of God - all authority has been given me in heaven and on earth].
10 Then Joshua did just as Moses had said to him, in order to fight against the Amalekites; and Moses, Aaron [1NC heavenly helpers] and Hur [2NC heavenly helpers - sons of Bilhah initially] went up to the top of the hill.
11 And it occurred that as soon as Moses would lift his hand up, the Israelites proved superior; but as soon as he would let down his hand, the Amalekites proved superior.
12 When the hands of Moses were heavy, then they took a stone [a kingdom throne] and put it under him, and he sat upon it; and Aaron and Hur supported his hands, one on this side and the other on that side, so that his hands held steady until the sun set [Moses would swap the rod from one hand to the other as that hand got tired. This is Jesus in heaven rejecting a true church on the one hand when that church starts to tire him with its transgression and appointing another true church on the other hand as one would with the rod. Then when he sits down in the kingdom he raises up both hands and the 1NC and 2NC kings co-operate with heavenly authority. This occurs in the 4th true church. The sun sets of the 4th true Christian church when Zoar begins]
13 Hence Joshua vanquished Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword [the power of the bible].
14 Jehovah now said to Moses: Write this as a memorial in the book and propound it in Joshua's ears, 'I shall completely wipe out the remembrance of Amalek from under the heavens.'
15 And Moses proceeded to build an altar and to call its name Jehovah-nissi [Jehovah is my banner],
16 saying: Because a hand is against the throne of Jah, Jehovah will have war with Amalek from generation to generation (Exodus 17).