Wonderful, informative post I came across while doing a picture search on google!
Originally posted on Loving the Word with the MudPreacher:
Moses with one wave of his staff was able to see the seas part and the seabed dry up. He was able to see the waters stand tall as if held back by a thick wall of glass. When the enemy army was crossing after them, with another wave of the rod of God, he saw the waters fall upon them and drown every soldier.
But when it came to leading this complaining horde of people across a desert land, Moses was at his wits end.
Moses and the Tent of Meeting
In Exodus 33, we find that Moses would take a tent and pitch it outside the camp, far away from the people, and there Moses sought the Lord. He called it the ʾōhel môʿēd (tent of meeting). This was the forerunner of the tabernacle. Here Moses would speak face to face with God (Ex 33:11)
When Moses would…
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