According to Hosea 11:1, God calls His son out of Egypt. We know this is a messianic prophecy because it is applied to Jesus Christ in Matthew 2:15.
The Bible teaches there are Dual Messiahs.
Dual Messiahs is an orthodox biblical teaching and pre-dates Christianity. "Messiah" is the Hebrew term for the ultimate national savior. It means "anointed" because God endows a human being with the Holy Spirit and thus the supernatural powers to accomplish his mission.
"Christ" is the Greek equivalent of "messiah". When Christianity spread to non-Jews, the significance of the messiah became less national and more universal.
"Dual" means two.
Jesus Christ is the first of the Dual Messiahs. The second messiah is properly known as the Antichrist.
Unfortunately, the Antichrist in popular thought is construed as an impostor messiah because of the prefix "anti-", which as used in its first-century context has two meanings: 1) opposed to; or 2) in place of (but not necessarily opposed to).
The genuine Antichrist is a messiah "in place of" Jesus Christ during His absence on earth; however, there are false messiahs known as "antichrists" who are "opposed to" Jesus Christ.
Because there are Dual Messiahs, messianic prophecies often have dual applications.
EGYPT AND THE JEWS
The correspondence between Egypt and the fate of the Jews is attested in history and prophecy:
1. Moses, the Deliverer of the Jews, came from Egypt. The parallels between the last messiah and Moses are unmistakable:
2. Jesus Christ, the first of two biblical messiahs, was called out of Egypt, where He received haven from hostile Jews. Matthew 2:15.
Jesus was modeled after the Davidic messiah. Revelation 22:16.
3. The last messiah is modeled after the patriarch Joseph. Joseph descended into Egypt via a caravan of Ishmaelite traders. He arose to prominence by the intervention of providence, becoming the most powerful man in Egypt, second only to Pharaoh.
Joseph was not recognized by his brethren until he disclosed himself. We should anticipate the footsteps of providence in Egypt and the Arab Spring, culminating in both a blessing to the Arabs and the national salvation of the Jews.
4. Jerusalem is prefigured as the site of an Egyptian revival. Revelation 11:8.
Thus for these reasons we should anticipate a revival in the setting and circumstances between the first and second biblical messiahs.
The stage is being set in the Middle East for the consummation of the ages.
Because there are Dual Messiahs, messianic prophecies often have dual applications. The appearance of the second messiah is indicated by events in Egypt associated with a revival in faith.
Israel and the Jews should welcome the calling cards of providence as connected to their positive fate. Greater change is coming to the Middle East.