Table of Contents
- 1 What did Moses do in Exodus?
- 2 What did Moses actually do?
- 3 What is the main point of Exodus?
- 4 What do we learn from the call of Moses?
- 5 How did Moses respond to God’s call?
- 6 Why was Moses afraid to look at God at the burning bush?
- 7 Who was the angel that appeared to Moses in Exodus 3?
- 8 What do we learn from the story of Moses?
What did Moses do in Exodus?
After the Ten Plagues, Moses led the Exodus of the Israelites out of Egypt and across the Red Sea, after which they based themselves at biblical Mount Sinai, where Moses received the Ten Commandments.
How does Moses appear in Exodus 3?
There the angel of the LORD appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. When the LORD saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush, “Moses! Moses!” And Moses said, “Here I am.”
What did Moses actually do?
Moses led the Jews out of slavery in Egypt and led them to the Holy Land that God had promised them. The escape of the Jews from Egypt is remembered by Jews every year in the festival of Passover. The Jews were helped on their journey by God; the same God who’d promised Abraham that he would look after the Jews.
What is Exodus chapter 3?
Moses is guarding his father-in-law’s flock of sheep, and he wanders with them “beyond the wilderness” (3:1) to Horeb, the mountain of God. An angel of God appears to him in the form of a bush that’s on fire but doesn’t burn. God also reveals his name to Moses, and identifies himself as “the God of your ancestors.”
What is the main point of Exodus?
Exodus, the liberation of the people of Israel from slavery in Egypt in the 13th century bce, under the leadership of Moses; also, the Old Testament book of the same name.
Was Moses a good leader?
According to Exodus 3:1-5, Moses had great respect for God. A great leader will also harken to wise men of council as Moses did when he headed Jethro’s advice in Exodus 13:24. As with most great leaders, Moses was a meek man, according to Numbers 12:3. We must remember he was chosen by God.
What do we learn from the call of Moses?
Uses human beings to accomplish a task e.g. Moses/God commissions people to perform certain tasks/ works through people He chooses. Empowers those He sends/doesn’t give people impossible tasks e.g. enabled Moses to perform miracles e.g. changing stick into snake. Awesome/demands respect vs. 5/ worthy of respect.
Why did Moses hide his face?
worn worn as a response to the Israelites’ fear in Exod 34:30 and used by Moses to conceal his face when he is not operating as a mediator.
How did Moses respond to God’s call?
Moses last response to God’s calling was his accusation against the Lord because of no apparent fruitfulness in what the Lord had told him to do. Pharaoh did not hearken to the word of the Lord through Moses and Aaron. Pharaoh had the taskmasters beat the children of Israel because of what Moses had said.
What did Moses see?
Moses saw God face-to-face upon an unknown mountain sometime after he spoke to the Lord in the burning bush but before he went to free the children of Israel from Egypt (see Moses 1:1–2, 17, 25–26, 42; see also Exodus 3:1–10).
Why was Moses afraid to look at God at the burning bush?
He was afraid that the people had forgotten God, who he was and what he could do for them. Some had forgotten God, even as today. Many today have no idea of the great doctrines of the Bible, no idea of the basic foundations of the church and the invitation to live a holy life.
How did Moses save the Israelites?
God ordered Moses to stretch out his staff over the Red Sea, and the sea parted. This allowed the Israelites to escape across the sea, and away from Egypt unharmed. Meanwhile, the Pharaoh and his army followed them by charging into the sea.
Who was the angel that appeared to Moses in Exodus 3?
—Heb., an angel of Jehovah. In Exodus 3:4the angel is called both “Jehovah and “Elohim,” whence it is concluded, with reason, that it was the Second Person of the Trinity who appeared to Moses. Out of the midst of a bush. —Literally, out of the midst of the acacia.
How did Moses become a fugitive sojourner in Exodus?
Having been miraculously preserved at birth and having grown up in Pharaoh’s (the oppressor’s) court, he later identifies with his people by killing an Egyptian and thus becomes a fugitive sojourner in the land of Midian. The angel of the LORD manifests God’s presence in a burning bush (a theophany; v. 1).
What do we learn from the story of Moses?
One aspect of the story with which some of us may identify is Moses’ initial reluctance to follow God’s call. We learn with Moses that it is in God alone that we are able to live and do anything for him. All we can and need to do is to respond to Him and to obey Him.
What did Moses say to the god of Abraham?
Identifying himself to Moses as the “God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob” (v. 6), he tells him that he is aware of Israel’s affliction in Egypt. He has heard people’s cry and will deliver them and bring them to the Promised Land— through Moses (vv. 7–9)! Moses responds by saying, “Who am I …?”