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Who was Moses?
Your dictionary will tell you
"In the Bible, Moses was the leader who brought the Israelites out of slavery
in Egypt, and into the Promised Land, received The Ten Commandments from
God, and gave laws to the people." In the Bible story we find that Moses had a brother named
Aaron. In Israel, Moses was governor and Aaron was the High Priest. Aaron
(Church) and Moses (State). Moses was the leader of Israel while Pharaoh was the
leader of Egypt. At the time of the Exodus it was Pharaoh and the gods of Egypt vs. Moses and the God of Israel.
In your dictionary you will find the word
'mosaic'. It is associated with Moses. Mosaic has two definitions.
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1. Mosaic. Moses or the writings, laws, etc. attributed to him.
The first five books of the Bible; Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and
2. Mosaic. To make the big picture out of many little pieces. The
sample mosaic on this page is from The United States Capitol building in
Moses is credited with writing the first five books of the Bible.
Moses has a writing style found thru out the Bible. Moses does not put
everything on any one subject in one place. He scattered information in bits and
pieces all over the place. His writings, even the whole Bible, it's a mosaic of
information. This course is a a treasure hunt. You will be able to make these
scattered pieces into make one harmonious picture. You will discover what Moses
taught and how it would apply today, if Moses were President of The United
States and if he had an agreeable Congress.
3. Another word related to Moses is 'mosey'. "To proceed
without haste. To move along." Moses earned this word association by wandering
forty years in the Sinai while on the way from Egypt to the Promised Land. In this
course you we mosey through the Bible looking for the scattered pieces
concerning The Ten Commandments.
Notice the Star
of David above the eagle.
One star for each of the tribes of Israel.
Solomon and Hezekiah
Proverbs 25:1-2 These are also
proverbs of Solomon, which the men of Hezekiah king of Judah copied out. It is
the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honor of kings is to search out