The Challenge of Moses Part II

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - 524 pages
The Challenge of Moses: Deliver his people from bondage in Egypt to the Promised Land. Moses learns his spiritual heritage, then wrote Genesis using allegory and symbolism to describe the true relationship of God and man, man's fall from grace, and the Spirit moving through leaders to aid their return. Exodus describes Moses' personal awareness with the LORD which gives him the authority to lead His people to the Covenant-Agreement he experienced on Mount Sinai. The Book of Job is presented as an allegory to illustrate the simple message: Let the spirit of God coming through Job come through you.

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