Znaleziono 810 Wyniki dla: Moses

  • and, when the child had grown, she brought him to Pharaoh's daughter who adopted him as her son. And she named him Moses to recall that she had drawn him out of the water. (Exodus 2, 10)

  • After a fairly long time, Moses, by now a grown man, wanted to meet his fellow Hebrews. He noticed how heavily they were burdened and he saw an Egyptian striking a Hebrew, one of his own people. (Exodus 2, 11)

  • When he went out the next day he saw two Hebrews quarreling. Moses said to the man in the wrong, "Why are you striking a fellow countryman?" (Exodus 2, 13)

  • But he answered, "Who has set you prince and judge over us? Do you intend to kill me as you killed the Egyptian?" Moses was afraid and thought, "What I did must be known." (Exodus 2, 14)

  • When Pharaoh heard about it he tried to kill Moses, but Moses fled from Pharaoh and went to live in the land of Midian. There he sat down by a well. (Exodus 2, 15)

  • Some shepherds came and drove them away; but Moses went to their help and watered the sheep. (Exodus 2, 17)

  • Moses agreed to stay with the man and he gave Moses his daughter Zipporah in marriage. (Exodus 2, 21)

  • She had a child and Moses named him Gershom, to recall that he had been a guest in a strange land. (Exodus 2, 22)

  • Moses pastured the sheep of Jethro his father-in-law, priest of Midian. One day he led the flock to the far side of the desert and came to Horeb, the Mountain of God. (Exodus 3, 1)

  • The Angel of Yahweh appeared to him by means of a flame of fire in the middle of a bush. Moses saw that although the bush was on fire it did not burn up. (Exodus 3, 2)

  • Moses thought, "I will go and see this amazing sight, why is the bush not burning up?" (Exodus 3, 3)

  • Yahweh saw that Moses was drawing near to look, and God called to him from the middle of the bush, "Moses! Moses!" He replied, "Here I am." (Exodus 3, 4)

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