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2. The Exodus of Egypt
A baby boy was born. His mother hid him for three months, to keep him safe and out of sight.
The mother sent the baby off in a basket, along the tall grasses of the river. His sister stayed and watched to see what would happen to him. The Pharaoh's daughter was bathing in the river when she saw the baby.
The baby’s sister was still hiding. She stood and asked the king’s daughter, “Do you want me to go find a Hebrew woman who can nurse the baby and help you care for it?” The king’s daughter said, “Yes, please.” So the girl went and brought the baby’s own mother. The king’s daughter said to the mother, “Take this baby and feed him for me. I’ll pay you to take care of him.” So the woman took her baby and cared for him. The baby grew, and after some time, the woman gave the baby to the king’s daughter. The king’s daughter accepted the baby as her own son. She named him Moses because she had pulled him from the water.
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