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Welcome Yeshua’s Yeladim. We Love You!. Please Remember These Rules. Please don’t talk when others are talking. Please raise your hand if you would like to ask a question. Please keep your hands and feet to yourself . You must ask to leave the room. Shemot/Exodus 1:1 – 6:1.

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Please remember these rules
Please Remember These Rules

  • Please don’t talk when others are talking.

  • Please raise your hand if you would like to ask a question.

  • Please keep your hands and feet to yourself.

  • You must ask to leave the room.

Shemot names

Shemot/Exodus 1:1 – 6:1

Shemot “Names”

“Moses Called to Guide Israel”

A new pharaoh
A New Pharaoh

  • A "new pharaoh" over Egypt

  • Did not acknowledge Joseph's contributions to save Egypt

The jewish people increase
The Jewish People Increase

  • The Jewish people started to grow in numbers.

  • The Pharaoh very afraid

  • Jewish people became slaves.

  • The Egyptians were very mean to the Jewish people.

Kill the baby boys
Kill the Baby Boys

  • The Jewish people families grew larger.

  • The Pharaoh ordered the Jewish boys babies killed.

Moses is born
Moses is Born

  • Amram and Jochebed married.

  • They had three children named Miriam, Aaron and Moses.

  • Moses was hidden and not thrown the baby Moses into the Nile River.

  • Placed in a basket among the reeds of the Nile.

Moses is adopted
Moses is Adopted

  • Pharaoh's daughter found Moses in the ark among the reeds.

  • She adopted him.

  • Miriam offered to find someone to help take care of the baby.

Moses in pharaoh s court
Moses in Pharaoh’s court

  • Moses became a prince of Egypt.

  • Moses went to visit the Jewish people.

  • He noticed an Egyptian overseer beating a Jewish person.

Moses kills an egyptian
Moses Kills an Egyptian

  • Moses wanted to protect the Jewish person getting beaten

  • He killed the Egyptian hid the body in the sand.

  • The following day, Moses attempted to keep two Jewish people from fighting.

  • “Who made you a prince and judge over us?”

Moses runs to midian
Moses runs to Midian

  • Moses ran away from Egypt

  • He moved to a country called Midian.

  • He married and had two sons.

  • He was a shepherd.

Moses and the burning bush
Moses and The Burning Bush

  • One day when Moses was tending sheep in the desert.

  • He noticed a bush that was on fire but did not burn up.

  • The LORD spoke to Moses out of the burning bush.

God talks to moses in the burning bush
God talks to Moses in the Burning Bush

  • God called Moses to guide the Jewish people.

  • Moses said he could not do it because he could not speak very good.

  • God gave him three miracles so the Jewish people would believe him.

  • Moses told his father-in- law that he was going back to Egypt.

Moses returns to egypt
Moses Returns to Egypt

  • Moses told Aaron about their mission.

  • Moses and Aaron met with the Jewish leaders

  • The Jewish people heard Aaron's speech and saw the miracles Moses performed

  • They believed that the LORD had answered their prayers.

Let my people go
Let My People Go!

  • Moses and Aaron visited Pharaoh

  • Pharaoh became angry and treated the Jewish people very badly.

  • Moses and Aaron were blamed for the bad situation.

  • The would see the LORD work to save them from slavery.

Let s learn hebrew
Let's Learn Hebrew!

HaShem – “The NAME”

A replacement for saying God’s special and unspeakable name.

Shem – “Name”

What did we learn today
What Did We Learn Today?

  • God did not forget his promises to Israel.

  • The Jewish people became slaves in Egypt.

  • The events of Moses’ life prepared him for his task to lead Israel out of Egypt.