Jesus, the Prophet Greater Than Moses

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This article is part 2 in a series titled Jesus, the Truer and Greater Moses, in which we look at how the life and ministry of Moses is but a shadow of Jesus Christ. You can read part 1 here.

When you consider the question, “Who was Moses?”, what is the first word that comes to mind?

“Prophet” is likely your answer. After all, Moses is often considered the prophet of all Old Testament prophets. He’s the one that spoke on God’s behalf not only to Israel, but to Pharaoh and the Egyptians too. His famous line, “Let my people go,” would mark the beginning of the Jewish exodus from Egypt.

Moses, the Exodus, and the universal longing for a God who speaks

In the story of the Exodus, God’s people are enslaved and lost. They have not heard from the Lord for 400 years. Understandable, they longed to hear from Him again. They likely wondered, Did God still care? Would He keep His promise to their father Abraham? Would He ever deliver them? Reminiscing the days of their patriarch Abraham, they longed for the Lord to speak to them once more.

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Jesus, the Truer and Greater Moses

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In this article, we introduce a new blog series called Jesus, the Truer and Greater Moses. Some people treat the Old Testament and New Testament as the Bible before Jesus and the Bible after Jesus, respectively. But to say this is to miss the … READ MORE

New to Blue Letter Bible?

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Over the last few years, the number of daily Blue Letter Bible users has increased substantially. We praise God for this! We also know that this means many of you might have a question or two about how to dig deeper into God's Word using our advanced … READ MORE

Growing Deep and Wide in the Grace of God

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Over the past few years, we have seen a huge increase in conversation and interest in the gospel. This should be celebrated and encouraged to continue. Yet what is often missing from this conversation is the need for steady and slow growth in grace … READ MORE