Discover How Moses was Saved from the Waters, and More

Discover How Moses was Saved from the Waters, and More

Who was Moses in the Bible? , this became a great man of God, servant, friend, legislator and prophet of the Most High God, he became the liberator of the people of Israel with the direction of God and his call, since he was the Creator of heaven and earth. earth who gave him this mission on earth. We invite you to continue reading this article and truly know who Moses was.


Moses the prophet and legislator of the people of Israel in the 13th century BC. C., known for whose actions are written in the Bible specifically in the book of Exodus. However, this book of the Old Testament is written in a literary and symbolic register that leaves the great figure of Moses in the shadows, which surrounds him with signs, legends and wonders that this man performed with the help of God.

Moses was a man who came to be raised in the court of the pharaohs of Egypt, his name is Egyptian, since he was found by a princess of the royal family who said he was a child saved from the waters of the Nile. Born of a slave people of Hebrew origin, there comes a time in the life of this man when he is born that the pharaoh orders the slaughter of thousands of newborn children in order to multiply the Hebrews in their lands.

From this moment begins the life of this man where a series of events and supernatural events take place where they travel for long periods of time in the desert until they could possess the land that was promised to them by God.

Moses not only became the leader of the people of Israel towards Palestine, but in the same way he became the author of the foundations in the Middle East during that same time. The law that this man published to the Israelites by direction of God is contained in the 5 books of the Old Testament that become part of the Pentateuch and constitutes the Torah of the Jews, which are:

  1. Genesis
  2. Exodus
  3. Leviticus
  4. Numbers
  5. Deuteronomy

A Brief History of Moses

In today’s society around the world, the Bible has a great deal of influence on people, it is the best-selling book in the entire world and in the history of mankind.

One of the most relevant figures of the Old Testament was the Story of Moses , who is known as the one who imparted the 10 Commandments given by God and for being the liberator of the people of Israel from slavery by direction and order of God himself. So throughout his journey he did many signs and miracles always under the direction of God who was the one who guided him at all times.

The Life of Moses : From his Birth to his Death

We are going to go step by step through the life of Moses from the moment he was born until the last days of his life.

Moses was born into a Hebrew slave family, he had 2 brothers named Miriam and Aaron, seeing his mother that he was beautiful she hid him for 3 months, however she could not hide him anymore so she put him in a basket and put him in the waters of the Nile River, until he reached the arms of the princess of Egypt who named him Moses because he was saved from the waters.

Moses Flight from Egypt

When Moses reaches adulthood, he frequently came to visit his brothers the Hebrew slaves, on one occasion seeing how an Egyptian officer brutally mistreated one of the Hebrew supervisors, this full of anger lashed out at the Egyptian hiding his body under the sand , hoping that no one would know what happened on that day.

We can see this in the book of Exodus 2:13-15 which says:

13 The next day he went out and saw two Hebrews quarreling; then he said to the one who mistreated the other: Why do you hit your neighbor?

14 And he said, Who made you ruler and judge over us? Do you intend to kill me as you killed the Egyptian? Then Moses was afraid, and said: Certainly this has been discovered.

15 Hearing Pharaoh about this fact, he tried to kill Moses; but Moses fled from the presence of Pharaoh, and dwelt in the land of Midian.

When Moses arrives in the land of Midian, he meets Jethro, a Hebrew priest from Midian who worshiped and followed God’s law.

At that time he began to work for him for 40 years until he married Zipporah, who was Moses’ wife throughout his life and was Jethro’s eldest daughter with whom he has 1 son named Gershon.

Call of Moses

According to what the Bible says, Moses was shepherding a flock of sheep and 1 of them was lost, so he went to look for it, climbed Mount Horeb and in that place he observed a bush that was burning but that was not consumed. As he approached he heard a sublime voice that was God’s which told him who he was.

At this time God tells Moses that he must return to Egypt because the pharaoh who tried to kill him had died and that it was he who had to free the people of Israel from the slavery of the Egyptians, so Moses excused himself by saying that he was not the one because he had a stutter and God told him go and say that the GREAT I AM (YAVEH) sends you. You can see it in the book of exodus chapter 3.

Return of Moses to Egypt

Moses obeys God and returns to Egypt where he is received by his brother Aaron, who had had an encounter with God and the order to accompany his brother Moses wherever he went. Moses did not become very well received by the Hebrews, however, the oppression of them was great, so under God’s direction he asked Pharaoh (who was his Egyptian brother at the time) to let the people go so they could worship. God in the desert.

Request that the king denied so God had to send the well-known 10 plagues on Egypt, culminating in the slaughter of the firstborn of Egypt bringing terror on them and ordering the departure of the Israelites to worship God in the desert.

Red Sea crossing

On the fifth day after leaving Egypt, Pharaoh went out in search of the Hebrews to kill them near the Great Red Sea. Moses also wanted him dead. Seeing themselves trapped, the Hebrews asked God for help, so he ordered Moses to extend his rod and touch the sea so that it would open in 2 so that all the people could cross it to the other shore.

When the Egyptians just tried to follow them, the waters of the sea began to close the open passage swallowing the entire army of Pharaoh Ramses freeing the people from slavery.

Life in the Desert and Death of Moses

During their stay in the desert, Moses and the people of Israel go through a series of supernatural and surprising events, which are the going of Moses to Mount Sinai, the battles and struggles against the people of the nearby lands and the death of Moses.

On Mount Sinai

God guided Moses to climb Mount Sinai to deliver the Ten Commandments written by God’s own finger on the tables of the covenant and that he was in that place for about 40 continuous days. (Deuteronomy 9:9-10, Exodus 31:18).

These tables contained the Ten Commandments of God, which are the fundamental and mandatory laws that all the Hebrew people had to comply with. When Moses comes down from the mountain, she meets the people worshiping a golden calf god, which represented the Egyptian god Apis. Moses filled with holy anger threw the tablets of the law (which were broken) at the people and completely burned the golden statue.

Death of Moses

After having wandered in the desert for a period of 40 years, because of the hardness of his heart, God forbade the entrance to the promised land to every man of war over 20 years of age, among whom were They included Moses and Aaron. This is because Moses did not obey God properly in what he commanded him at a certain time so his access to the land was denied by God.

Moses was only allowed to see it from a high point which was Mount Horeb. When Moses died, he was 120 years old, this man of God was mourned by the people for 30 days and 30 nights, his tomb was never found. It is only known that the demons and the Archangel of Michael fought for his body.

Then the people of Israel continued with a new generation of men and women who were led by Joshua, a great warrior and God-fearing man, who was always the one who helped Moses in whatever he needed.

What did Moses do ? The 10 Plagues of Egypt

Moses returns to Egypt and, thanks to a great display of certain exploits, the Israelite people began to trust Moses as the man sent from God. Moses’ greatest difficulty was having to convince Pharaoh to let the slaves go, because of Pharaoh’s denial, God sent the 10 plagues to let them go. These 10 plagues were as follows:

  • Water turns into blood.
  • frogs
  • Lice
  • flies
  • The Plague Against Cattle
  • Ulcers
  • hail and fire
  • lobsters
  • Darkness
  • The Death of All the Firstborn

Moses and the 10 Commandments

One of the most important events that Moses did for Christianity was the delivery to the people of Israel by God of the 10 Commandments of His Law, which is known as the Law of Moses . These in the same way are known as “The Decalogue” and become a series of ethical principles that become highly relevant within Christianity and also Judaism.

In this 10 commandments you can see some of the rules that cover things such as how you should worship God, how you should act in society, the rules to practice kindness, among many other things.

At present, this Decalogue usually reaches people around the world thanks to the teachings that are given in the extension of the gospel of God throughout the world. Today the church of Christ promotes these 10 commandments which are:

  1. You will love God above all things.
  2. You shall not take the Name of God in Vain.
  3. You will sanctify the Feasts.
  4. You will honor your Father and your Mother.
  5. You will not kill
  6. Thou shalt not commit impure acts.
  7. You will not steal.
  8. You will not give false testimonies or lie.
  9. You shall not indulge impure thoughts or desires.
  10. You shall not covet.

This was the whole story of the prophet Moses , the man who lived in Egypt with a man he considered to be his brother named Ramses. Ramses and Moses both lived in the royal palace for many years living together as if they were blood brothers. 

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