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    members from the great flood. These two situations have a common factor which is water, but what is most important is that these two men were trusted with the lives of others. In both circumstances, God destroyed, or punished the evil, the Egyptians in Exodus and the corrupt and violent in Genesis. Both Noah and Moses were kept from drowning, because they obeyed God and refrained from questioning what God intended to happen, and commanded to perform an action in which saved lives. Noah and Moses…

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    as you asked. Just go! And bless me, too!” Many scholars think that Joshua was 45 when Moses led Israel out of Egypt, but there is nothing in the Scriptures to confirm it. If I have read correctly there is no mention of Joshua in Scripture until Exodus 17:9-13; at which time Moses commands Joshua to go and battle against the Amalek’s. In this first combat mission for the now freed Israelite people; Joshua as the Israelites armies’ leader led the new Israelite former slave army to victory over…

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    Moses Accomplishments

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    result of killing an Egyptian. Moses married, became a shepherd and disconnected from his home and family in Egypt. While Moses tended the flock God called Moses from a burning bush and commissioned him to lead the people of Israel out of bondage. In Exodus 3:2 “There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush.” Moses reclaimed by God to liberate and rescue Israel. A third period in Moses’s life which I thought to be fascinating is just before his death he…

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    did not only blamed God, but also Moses and Aaron for the harsh labor. “And they said to them, “The Lord look on you and judge, because you have made us stink in the sight of Pharoah and his servants, and have put a sword in their hand to kill us” (Exodus 5:21). This Plague was sufficient…

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    through the great events of the Passover also the Exodus with Moses, as well as all the Hebrew people who escaped from slavery in Egypt at the hand of their Redeemer God. Likewise, in the Wilderness of Sinai, Moses took his assistant Joshua with him when he went into the mountain to talk with God (Exodus 24:13, NLT). As Moses’ servant, Joshua would remain at the tabernacle as his representative while the leader left the camp to fellowship with the Lord (Exodus 33:11,…

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    even contributes some of its own insightful midrashim as well.” He writes that “in the Jewish world, religious school teachers and rabbis should be “jumping for joy” because The Prince of Egypt should help in teaching the spiritual meanings of the Exodus. Rabbi Goldbaltt states that The Prince of Egypt places “God at its center, as the source of social justice and transformation” and I believe that this…

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    Passover is the biggest feast of the Jews. It has its origins in Exodus. God gave ten disasters to Egypt to make Egypt released the Hebrew slaves from Egypt. Primary disasters was that every water of rivers and brooks changed to blood. The second disaster was a herd of frogs. Egyptians suffered from frogs. The third disaster was louses. The fourth disaster was flies. Huge amounts of flies were coming in Egypt and harassed Egyptians. However, flies did not go to people of Israel. The fifth…

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    is that Moses was disqualified due to punishment by God for sin. Since Anisfeld does not believe the traditional view about Moses leading the people, he applies another approach using ten complaints of the people recorded in the scriptures found in Exodus and Numbers. From the…

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    leader is that? God had been planning the Exodus since long before Moses came into existence and He knew He wanted to use Moses to carry out the task.…

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    God's Journey Research Paper

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    cloud to separate and protect them from the pursuing Egyptians. The Egyptians were in darkness, but the Israelites had light. Exodus 14:19 “And the angel of God, which went before the camp of Israel, removed and went behind them; and the pillar of the cloud went from before their face, and stood behind…

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