Moses And The Burning Bush Analysis

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Moses and the Burning Bush (Exodus 3:1-22 & 4:1-17)
Moses was tending the flock of his father-in-law Jethro. He led his flock to the far side of a mountain. Here, an angel appeared to him from within a bush that appeared to be on fire but was not burning. Then God called to Moses from the bush and told him to not come any closer because the ground on which he was standing was hallowed. Moses hid his face because he was afraid to look at God. God then told Moses to liberate the Hebrews from Egypt. God told him what to say to the people and the pharaoh. Moses threw his staff on the ground and it becomes a snake, and he reached his hand into his coat and pulled out leprosy, he used these as signs to bear witness to the Lord.

Plagues in Egypt (Exodus 7:14-25, 8:1-32, 9:1-35, 10:1-29, 11:1-10)
God told Moses to confront the pharaoh on the banks of the Nile. God turned all the water to blood, made the fish die, and the water stink. Second, God sent a plague of frogs. Third, God sent gnats and flies to terrorize the people of Egypt. Fourth, the Lord sent a plague on the livestock of the Egyptians not the Hebrews. Fifth, the Lord told Moses to throw dust on the pharaoh and everyone was covered in boils. Sixth, the Lord rained hail upon all the livestock and people. Seventh, the Lord told his people to mark their doors with lambs blood. Eighth, God sent locusts to eat the grain. Ninth, God covered the land of Egypt in total darkness.

Passover in Egypt (Exodus 12: 1-29)
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