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    Moses is set off on a journey with many trials and tribulations. He returns to Egypt with his brother, Aaron to organize the Israelites and face the Pharaoh to request their freedom. Upon the Pharaoh’s rejection Moses performs a miracle of God by turning his staff into a snake. Rather than release the Israelites, Pharaoh drives the enslaved Israelite workforce harder. God reacts by increasing the suffering of his people in a series of ten plagues brought upon the Egyptians (Exodus 7:14-11:10). Finally

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    The Death of Moses When the saga of Moses comes to an end with the prophet's death, the narrative voice in Deuteronomy 34:9-11 states: "Since then no prophet has risen in Israel like Moses whom the LORD knew face to face." Were the prophets that came after Moses equal to his stature? In determining the answer to this question, by researching this topic I will discuss and look at the entirety of Moses' life as recorded in the Scripture. There are certainly many unique aspects of Moses' life that were

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    His name is revered by millions......Moses. By faith Moses' parents hid him for three months after he was born, because they saw he was no ordinary child, and they were not afraid of the king's edict." Hebrews 11:23 Revered as a prophet but even more importantly as a teacher and a lawgiver, Moses was the leader of the Israelite people 3,300 years ago during their journey from slavery in Egypt to freedom as a nation in the land of Israel. For 40 years Moses led the people through the desert on their

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    The Mystery of Moses Moses is one of the most revered and important characters of the Old Testament. Yet, as much as we know about the people of that time, Moses is still a figure shrouded in mystery. His existence is not proven; his life is contradictory to itself, and his persona, as shown through the bible, is immensely glorified. But, who was he? Was he real or just a bedtime myth? There are many theories of the origin of Moses. According to the bible Moses was a man born of Hebrew descent

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    Exodus And Moses

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    eventually subdued to Moses. He is a Hebrew boy who starts off as a slave, and eventually encounters God through the burning bush where he is convinced to assume his role as leader of the Israelites. With the help of his brother Aaron, they face controversy with the Pharaoh of Egypt trying to rid their people and lead them to a land full of prosperity, which God has promised. It is through Moses leadership that they find freedom and religious conformity as a community. Although Moses is initially timid

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    The Life of Moses

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    one no one would think would amount to anything, and lifted them up to his people to bring forth his miracles, to deliver his word, and to perform his works. God works in mysterious ways, but in the life of Moses, he not only worked mysteriously, but also miraculously. The birth of Moses was the first of the many miraculous events he would have experienced throughout the duration of his life because he should have been killed according to demands of Pharaoh. The king of Egypt ordered the midwives

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    of Exodus, Moses was a prominent character that was discussed seemingly throughout the text (Harper 's Bible Dictionary 1952, 655). The Book of Exodus is a segment within the Pentateuch, which covers the first five accounts of the Old Testament. There are three noticeable premises that are accentuated in Exodus, which are deliverance, the covenant, and the Promised Land. The opening section of the Book, which is separated into two parts, is the first eighteen chapters, which review Moses’ lifetime

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    Jesus and Moses

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    .. ...ayed Moses and engaged in idolatry. The Midian women lured the Levites, Moses’ people, to commit these acts. As a result, God ordered Moses to kill all those who engaged in idolatry as well as every child, woman, and soldier (Deuteronomony 23:3-6). Moses never truly achieved his goals to free his people from persecution and establish a safe and secure homeland, but he did appoint people to lead after him and left them with the Book of Deuteronomy. In these sermons, Moses recalls the trials

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    Biography of Moses

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    Main focus will be on Moses. He was the greatest prophet, leader, and teacher of Judaism. By focusing on Moses, I’ll incorporate the importance of certain passages that prove the Old Testament; and show how Moses’ role was significant and essential to the Hebrews. Moses 1400 B.C.E In a nutshell… Moses was born in a very difficult time: Pharaoh had ordered that all male children born to Hebrew slaves should be drowned in the river (Exodus. 1:22). Moses’ mother hid him for three months, and when

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    Abraham and Moses

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    always changing. Moses has to lead them to the Promised Land, so Moses can never lose his own faith because that would doom the people and break the covenant. Moses must also have faith in the laws or 10 commandments which God hands down to him. Moses must instruct his people to live by these laws or else they shall be doomed. On his first descent from Mount Sinai, Moses strikes down all of those who worshipped the golden calf in an idolatrous manner. On his second descent, Moses strikes awe in

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