Never Underestimate the power of a girl with a book poster

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When the Pharaoh refused to grant freedom to the Israelites – 10 plagues were sent to Egypt. Never Underestimate the power of a girl with a book poster.  On the last plague – ‘the plague of the firstborn’ – All firstborn sons would die unless the door was marked with a red cross – a cross drawn with the blood of a sacrificed lamb. Only after this last plague did the Pharaoh relent.

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As Moses was leading the Hebrews away from Egypt, the Pharaoh had a change of heart and sent his army to destroy the Hebrews. Never Underestimate the power of a girl with a book poster. It seemed that the Israelites would be trapped by the Red Sea. But, according to Exodus, the Red Sea was miraculously parted, allowing Moses to lead the Israelites to safety and then the sea closed in – destroying the Egyptian army. This escape from Egypt is celebrated by Jews in the festival of Passover. Moses led Israelites to Mount Sinai where he received, on behalf of Isreal the Torah or ‘law’. It renewed the Israelites’ covenant with God, originally begun with Abraham. From these laws, Moses instituted religious customs, laws and the priesthood. To Orthodox Jews, Moses is called Moshe Rabbenu, – defined as “Our Leader Moshe”, “Servant of God”, and “Father of all the Prophets”.

Never Underestimate the power of a girl with a book poster

While Moses was on the mountain receiving commandments from God, the Israelites feared he would not return. Because of this fear, Moses’ brother Aaron made a golden calf to symbolise God’s presence, and the people start worshipping this. On his return, Moses symbolically smashed the stone tablets which contain the Ten Commandments and burnt the golden calf. He insisted that God be worshipped without form.

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