Tag: Moses

The Priest of Midian Exodus 18:1-27

Moses declared YeHoVaH Nissi, or YeHoVaH, his Banner after the stunning defeat of the Amalekites in battle. Joshua led the Army of Israel while Aaron and Hur held up the hands of Moses. Shortly after Israel’s victory, Moses receives a visit from his father-in-law, Jethro, the priest of Midian, accompanied by Moses’ wife Zipporah and his two sons Gershom and Eliezer.

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The Rock and YeHoVaH-Nissi Exodus 17:1-16

The Israelites murmured, complained, and lodged one complaint after another against Moses, Aaron, and YeHoVaH. Somehow, many of the Israelites had it made up in their minds that YeHoVaH had led them out into the wilderness to kill them when He could have done so while they were still in Egypt.

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Zipporah Saves Moses’ Life Exodus 4:18-31

After Moses’ reluctance and resistance to return to Egypt had invoked YeHoVaH’s anger, Moses prepares to return to Egypt. Moses has finally accepted the assignment from YeHoVaH to deliver the message to Pharaoh, “”Let Israel, YeHoVaH’s firstborn, GO!””

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The Birth of Moses Exodus 2:1-10

This week we will look at the chronology of Moses’ birth in proximity to the Children of Israel’s stay in Egypt. When we align Moses’ birth with the prophecy given to Abraham, there are some interesting challenges to determining how long the Children of Israel were in Egypt when Moses was born.

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