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Moses (1391–1271 BC) – An Egyptian prince who became the leader and prophet of the Jewish people – taking them from slavery in Egypt across the Red Sea to Mount Sinai. On Mount Sinai, Moses received the Ten Commandments, which form an important basis of the Old Testament and the Torah. Cat That’s what I do I read books I drink tea and I know things poster. The life of Moses is subject to historical debate. There are limited sources, such as independent written accounts and archaeological evidence. The Biblical narrative of Moses’s life is found in Exodus.

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According to Exodus, Moses was born during a time when the Egyptian Pharaoh was oppressing the Israelites. This was roughly 1000 years after the first prophet Abraham. At the time, the Egyptian Pharaoh feared the Israelites would grow in strength and compete with his power. Cat That’s what I do I read books I drink tea and I know things poster. The Pharaoh had declared that all male born Hebrew children would be drowned in the River Nile. Legend states that his mother Jochebed concealed her newborn son in an arc of bulrushes and let her baby float down the river. Her newborn son was fortuitously found by the Pharoah’s daughter who adopted him and gave the Egyptian name of Moses meaning to “be born” a son”.

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As the adopted son of the Pharoah’s daughter, Moses was accorded Royal status, and he became a powerful prince. However, he was sympathetic to the plight of the Hebrew slaves. One day he saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, Moses, in turn, killed the Egyptian. After this, he feared for his safety and fled into the desert (Midian). In the desert Moses lived a relatively ascetic life, working as a shepherd. He married Zipporah, the daughter of the Priest of Midian. While working as a shepherd, Moses heard the voice of God – coming from a flaming bush, that did not burn. The ancient scriptures say Moses was told by God that he should return to Egypt to bring his chosen people out of slavery and into the promised land. Moses expressed reluctance – fearing people wouldn’t believe him, and it would be too difficult.

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