Through Satan’s false information and man’s trust in traditions over the sure word of Scripture, millions of Christians have been led to discount or even reject the importance of observing the Sabbath. “The seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord: … in it thou shalt not do any work” (Exodus 20:10). No one disagrees with the clear meaning of this text, yet millions are finding ways not to follow it.
The symbolic Priestly garments of Kohen Gadol of the Old Testament
In Numbers 12:1, Moses' wife is called an Ethiopian. In Exodus 2 she is called a daughter of a Midianite priest. Genesis 25 tells us that Midian is Abraham's 4th born son by Keturah. That means the Midianites are an Ethiopian (African) people and bloodline descendants of Abraham. What kind of man then would that make Abraham? Indeed.
“Pharaoh” is the Egyptian loan word that means the “Great House” and is the most frequently used Egyptian loan word in the biblical text. Appearing 274 times, about half of these are in the Exodus narrative and another third in the Joseph story. But to what extent does the biblical “Pharaoh” describe the Egyptian king, and can it be taken in Exodus to refer to a specific Egyptian king?
When God revealed himself to Moses at the burning bush and commanded that Moses lead the Israelites out of Egypt Moses asked for God to tell Him who He should say commanded him to do so. God simply responded by saying "I am who I am". Simply stated and so powerful...He is unchanging. His wisdom spans the ages and His promises give meaning and direction to our lives. He is constant and enduring and His word is eternal. He has always been and always will be. The beginning and the end. He…