“MOSES AND ZIPPORAH”
Moses was born in Africa-Egypt to a Hebrew family, from the tribe of Levi. However, Moses grew up in Pharaoh’s house as one of the prince of Egypt. It came to pass in those days, when Moses was grown that he ran away to the land of Midian after he discovered that he was a Hebrew child, and killed an Egyptian for the sake of his brethren (Exodus 2:1-10).
Notice that prior to Moses discovering his identity, he was not different from his other Egyptian brothers living in ancient Egypt. Upon arriving in the land of Media, he then married a woman named Zipporah whose father was a Midianite priest, an Arabian-Ethiopian from the descendant of Keturah the wife of Abraham. The scripture did not tell us that Moses was married in Egypt before running away to the land of Media. According to the scripture, Moses arrived in the land of Media a single man, and then fell in love with Jethro’s daughter. We were not told that Moses was divorced either before meeting his Midianite wife, neither did he divorced his Midianite wife and got remarried to an Ethiopian woman. There was no such thing recorded in the bible that he had been married more than once. The Bible could not omit such important information, but the bible told us that Moses had married to an Ethiopian woman. When the patriarchs in the bible married to one or more than one wife, it was recorded in the bible as an important information. But in the case of Moses there was no such thing recorded for our knowledge. The wife of Moses in (Exodus 2:21), was the same in (Numbers 12:1). When Moses first arrived in the land of Media, he was identified as an Egyptian by Jethro’s daughters. In those days the ancient Egyptians can be easily identified through their physical ...
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...rs before his death at the age of one hundred and twenty years (Numbers 14:33-34; Deuteronomy 34:7). Everything about Moses was African, he was born, raised, educated, lived, married, had children and died in Africa. His philosophy, traditions, and lifestyle was fashioned according to the mentality of the people of Africa, and his physical appearance looked African-Egyptian, and that was while he was called an Egyptian by his in laws (Exodus 2:1-22; 18:1-12; Acts 7:20-41; Hebrews 11:23-27). The bible said by a prophet “Moses” the Lord brought Israel out of Egypt, and by a prophet was he preserved (Hosea 12:13). The Lord used the dark skinned Moses and his black East-African wife and their black children to deliver the children of Israel out of Egypt. According to Archaeology, the native land of “Ethiopia” is geographically located in East Africa and not in Europe.
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