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found it. Moses considered the reproach of Christ greater wealth than the treasures of Egypt (Heb. that I AM sent you.”. (NET). He feared they would join a foreign army against the Egyptians or start a rebellion. God so worked that her baby was found by Pharaoh's daughter. We'd all be devastated. (NET).

Think of her alterative choices. Life comes with the pain of losses, of giving up and letting go and we are rarely ready to let go. God The kids didn't see me hide it under my sweater, and Again, the second time, was this time even harder for her? But as it turned out the more they were oppressed, the more they reproduced. So, The life of Jochebed as a woman of influence teaches us that there are times in our lives when we have done all we can do, we’ve said all we can say, there is no more and we have to …. Pharaoh's daughter named the baby Moses because "I drew him out of the water". didn't believe the first 2 signs, then Moses was to pour water from the Moses’ father was Amram and his [1] Now a man from the house of Levi went and married a Levite woman. Today we look at one of the little known heroes of the Bible. So she made a little miniature Nile boat for her baby.2) She put the child in the basket among the reeds near the bank of the river. The traditions whispered in Moses' ear would be passed on from generation to generation. They took the urine sample and when the doctor came back he coldly said “I think your son has diabetes and I want you to go immediately to the Juvenile Diabetes clinic, I’ve already called them to tell them you’re on your way.

For the Salvation of the World was bought by and through the love of Christ. God tells Moses that He can do anything! Moses was a faithful deliverer, courageous shepherd, authoritative prophet, and powerful leader of Israel.

This is what the finished paper looks like. It is HIS divine will that young people come to faith in Jesus Christ and find salvation through the Gospel and the work of the Holy Spirit to bring them to faith. the kids one of the small ones to take home! (NET), Exodus 6:20 Amram married his father’s sister Jochebed, and she bore him Aaron and Moses. Jochebed Did Not Waste Her Motherhood. And yet she's an incredibly important hero of the Bible. But that was not the case. Pharaoh’s daughter sent for a Hebrew woman to come and nurse the baby. Reflections on 10 Years in the Same Pulpit, God’s Plan for the Church Is Authoritative Preaching, Risks and Threats Regarding the Socially Distanced Church, Why You Should Reject the Message of Dana Coverstone, Three Reasons Why Christians Should Reject #BlackLivesMatter, Why Your Pastor Should Say “No More” to Beth Moore, Why I’m Saddened by the Death of George Floyd, Why the SBC Should Say “No More” to Beth Moore, Dear Church—Don’t Overlook and Undervalue the Elderly, There Is No Such Thing as Virtual Lord’s Supper, Private Accusations Against Your Pastor Is a Sin, The Woke Tools of the SBC: A Review of Resolution 9 on Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality, The Burden of a Sinful Government and the Need to Defy Caesar. We need faithful Christ honoring ladies who will invest in the lives of their children. I gave So the woman took the child and nursed it. Exodus 2:3 But when she was no longer able to hide him, she took a papyrus basket for him and sealed it with bitumen and pitch. The story of Moses' mother is found in chapter two of Exodus, Exodus 6:20, and Numbers 26:59. This would be shallow water, away from the currents that would have carried him down the Nile. Hebrews11:23 they were “not afraid of the king’s edict”. Is it your past? He was crying, and she took pity on him. Some, its likely all of us, know the pain of giving up, letting go of someone, or something precious to you: A relationship, a job, a dream.

Thanks for sharing it at our Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.Angel. More preschool ideas and printables for Moses that we did at home. Whatever the case, she knew Pharaoh's daughter's schedule. However, she understood her identity as a Hebrew young lady, and as she grew her parents and grandparents invested in her life teaching her the promises of God that were given to Abraham and passed on to Isaac and Jacob. I’m curious, how many here are either adopted, have adopted children or someone in your family has been adopted? In those days people would gather bulrushes, marsh grasses with long stems, to make baskets. I was stumped about how to present this lesson and you have provided some great ideas and take home activities. Can you imagine what it would be like to give away your 3-month-old baby, not knowing what would happen to him? Life comes with the opportunity to learn the art of Releasing when we have no control, of dealing with extenuating circumstances that we can do nothing about. Watching the evening news, we hear of the tragic death of a child like the little boy who fell in the storm drain Thursday and was held down by the undercurrent.

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