Boost Your Moses IQ in Less Than 30 minutes.
"My earnest prayer is that you... may see in the action of Moses an example for yourselves."-Charles Spurgeon
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You may know him as the great Lawgiver, the leader who parted the Red Sea, and the prophet who provided the Israelites with provision in the desert. But few realize Moses' insecurities...his hidden fears and anxieties. Get to know the real Moses: the 80-year-old man who hated the limelight, feared public speaking, and doubted God's call at first.
Life of Moses pamphlet gives you 100's of facts—at your fingertips. Its full-color comparison charts, pictures, maps, and time lines allow you to easily understand Moses' family drama; track his Exodus journey; and uncover his personal struggles. In its thorough overview, you learn Moses' full story and its symbolic meaning without having to rummage through several heavy reference books and confusing commentaries.
Moses gave us more than the Ten Commandments; he gave us an example to learn from. Find out how you can gain the confidence to follow God's will just as Moses did, and discover how God transforms our weaknesses and failures into strengths by getting Life of Moses today.
Size: 8.5 x 5.5 inches. Unfolds to 38 inches long. Fits in most Bibles. Full color, 14 panels, glossy coating for durability.
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Check out Life of Moses' Visual Features
These visuals provide you with loads of information at a glance.
- Time line featuring Moses' major life events.
- Map of the Exodus route.
- Comparison chart on major events between Moses and Israel.
- Comparison chart between Moses and Jesus.
- Chart summarizing Moses' instructions in Deuteronomy.
- Illustrations of Moses throughout his life.
Explore Key Events and Topics in the Life of Moses:
- Parting of the Red Sea
- Creation of the Ten Commandments
- The Exodus
- The Plagues
- The Golden Calf
Hope for the Promised Land
Aaron and Miriam' roles
Symbolism of Moses' trials
- Individual study
- Small Group or Sunday School Class
- Christian School
- New Believers' class
- Church library
- Easy to read. Full-color, packed with fascinating charts, time lines, and illustrations.
- Attractive. Explains the Bible visually.
- Easy to understand. Uses concise and simple language.
- Fast. This glossy attractive booklet takes around 30 minutes to read. Perfect for the busy person.
- Durable. Life of Moses' glossy coating helps it last.
- Convenient. This pamphlet's small size makes it easy to carry inside of your Bible, folder, or binder.
- Engaging. Life of Moses offers 100s of fascinating facts and study insights that revitalize individual and group Bible studies.
- Lightweight. Easier to mail than a book, enabling you to uplift and equip friends, family members, and missionaries all over the world.
Ideas for Use
Questions for Discussion or Journaling
- Read "Birth of Hope" (panel 2). How does Moses' story "anticipate" what happens to Israel? How does the meaning of Moses' name confirm this connection?
- Read "Divine Appointment" (panel 3). How does Moses' life change after killing the Egyptian? Reflect on how your own sinful choices redirect your life's path.
- Read "Agent of Deliverance" (panel 6). After safely crossing the Red Sea, the Israelites transformed into a "new people" and nation. In what ways does crossing the Red Sea parallel baptism for some people?
- Refer to "Agent of Deliverance" (panel 6). Who was Aaron? What position and responsibilities did he hold? What was Aaron's sin? In what ways do Christians and non-Christian still practice Aaron's sin? How can people root out this sin?
- Read "Divine Presence" (panel 8). How does God demonstrate his presence in Moses? How does this answer the question asked throughout the Old Testament, "Is the Lord among us or not?" (Exodus 17:7).
- Read "The Covenant at Sinai" (panel 9). God traveled with the Israelites through the wilderness towards the Promised Land. What does the Israelites' wilderness journey represent? Do you have your own wilderness situation? How can knowing God stayed with the Israelites during their wilderness journey comfort you?
- Read "Leading Through the Wilderness" (panel 10). God rewarded Caleb and Joshua for trusting in him by allowing them to enter the Promised Land. How can we better demonstrate our trust in God?
- Explain Korah's Rebellion? How does God protect Moses from his enemies? How does God protect you?
- Read "Jesus as Mediator" (panel 9) and "Moses and Jesus" (panel 13). In what ways are Moses and Jesus similar? In what ways are they different? How does Moses' mediation differ from Jesus'? Why do Christians need a mediator?