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Lesson 237: Moses And The Burning Bush

Updated: May 6

Ex. 3; 4:1-22, 27-31


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INTRODUCTION. After Moses killed the Egyptian, he was forced to flee from Pharaoh and Egypt. Moses was forty years old when he left Egypt. He journeyed to Midian where he married and became a shepherd, keeping the flocks of his father-in-law.


After forty more years passed, the Lord appeared to Moses at Horeb, the mountain of God. Speaking from a bush that burned but was not consumed by the fire, God told Moses He had chosen him to deliver the children of Israel out of Egypt and bondage. He directed Moses to lead the Israelites into Canaan, the land He had promised to give to Abraham's seed.

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