Moses in Egypt

2: 1-15

    From Adam to Christ, there is none greater than Moses. He is one of the few characters of Scripture whose life is recorded from birth to death. He is one of the most commanding figures of the ancient world. In his character, in his faith, in his achievements, and in the unique position assigned to him as the mediator between YHVH and His people, Moshe stands first among the heroes of the Hebrew Scriptures. All of God’s early dealings with Isra'el were transacted through Moses. He was a prophet, priest and king in one person.15 He lived in Egypt for forty years, and what he learned was that he was not an Egyptian, but a member of the tribe of Levi, a Hebrew.

 

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