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MOSES ;

A Levite and son of Amram - Ex 2:1-4; 6:20; Ac 7:20; Heb 11:23

Hidden in a small basket - Ex 2:3

Discovered and adopted by the daughter of Pharaoh - Ex 2:5-10

Learned in all the wisdom of Egypt - Ac 7:22

His loyalty to his race - Heb 11:24-26

Takes the life of an Egyptian taskmaster; flees from Egypt; finds refuge among the Midianites - Ex 2:11-22; Ac 7:24-29

Joins himself to Jethro, priest of Midian; marries his daughter Zipporah; has one son, Gershom - Ex 2:15-22

Is a herdsman for Jethro in the desert of Horeb - Ex 3:1

Has the vision of the burning bush - Ex 3:2-6

God reveals to him his purpose to deliver the Israelites and bring them into the land of Canaan - Ex 3:7-10

Commissioned as leader of the Israelites - Ex 3:10-22; 6:13

His rod miraculously turned into a serpent, and his hand was made leprous, and then restored - Ex 4:1-9,28

With his wife and sons, he leaves Jethro to perform his mission in Egypt - Ex 4:18-20

His controversy with his wife on account of circumcision - Ex 4:20-26

Meets Aaron in the wilderness - Ex 4:27,28

With Aaron assembles the leaders of Israel - Ex 4:29-31

Along with Aaron, Moses goes before Pharaoh and demands the liberties of his people in the name of Jehovah - Ex 5:1

Rejected by Pharaoh; hardships of the Israelites increased - Ex 5

People complain against Moses and Aaron - Ex 5:20,21; 15:24; 16:2,3; 17:2,3; Nu 14:2-4; 16:41; 20:2-5; 21:4-6; De 1:12,26-28

See ISRAEL

Receives comfort and assurance from the Lord - Ex 6:1-8

Unbelief of the people - Ex 6:9

Renews his appeal to Pharaoh - Ex 6:11

Under divine direction brings plagues upon the land of Egypt - Ex 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 12

Secures the deliverance of the people and leads them out of Egypt - Ex 13

Crosses the Red Sea; Pharaoh and his army are destroyed - Ex 14

Composes a song for the people of Israel on their deliverance from Pharaoh - Ex 15

Joined by his family in the wilderness - Ex 18:1-12

Institutes a system of government - Ex 18:13-26; Nu 11:16-30; De 1:9-18

Receives the law and ordains various statutes

See OF MOSES LAW

Face of, transfigured - Ex 34:29-35; 2Co 3:13

Sets up the tabernacle

See TABERNACLE

Reproves Aaron for

Jealousy of Aaron and Miriam toward - Nu 12

Rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram against - Nu 16

Appoints Joshua as his successor - Nu 27:22,23; De 31:7,8,14,23; 34:9

Not permitted to enter Canaan, but views the land from atop Mount Pisgah - Nu 27:12-14; De 1:37; 3:23-29; 32:48-52; 34:1-8

Death and burial of - Nu 31:2; De 32:50; 34:1-6

Body of, disputed over - Jude 1:9

120 Years old at death - De 31:2

Mourning for, thirty days in the plains of Moab - De 34:8

His virility - De 31:2; 34:7

Present with Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration - Mt 17:3,4; Mr 9:4; Lu 9:30

A type of the Messiah - De 18:15-18; Ac 3:22; 7:37

BENEDICTIONS OF

CHARACTER OF

INTERCESSORY PRAYERS OF

MIRACLES OF

PROPHECIES OF - Ex 3:10; 4:5,11,12; 6:13; 7:2; 17:16; 19:3-9; 33:11; Nu 11:17; 12:7,8; 36:13; De 1:3; 5:31; 18:15,18; 34:10,12; Ho 12:13; Mr 7:9,10; Ac 7:37,38

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