Moses was really upset when he saw the mistreatment of the slaves by the Egyptian guards.
I promise that the slaves will be free again. I will send ten plagues to Egypt.
I demand you stop!
Fine, gather your people and leave
No , not until you let my people free!
Moses summoned the Israelites and lead them to the Promised Land. However, the cruel Pharaoh had ordered his troops to recapture them. When Moses and his people were trapped at the bank of the Red Sea, he raised his staff and …
2. The relationships of humans Humans are easy to change as shown through the Israelites and the Pharaoh. The citizens were quick to believe in Moses as they were to criticise him for failing them. This story also demonstrates power over one another as the Pharaoh controls his slaves and doesn’t treat them as human beings. When Moses asks him to free them, he is selfish and continually says no until when he finally gives in to change his mind and send his soldiers to capture them.
The ten Plagues of Egypt
1. God’s character This story is an example of the extreme length God will go through to help his disciples. God sent 10 plagues to force the Pharaoh to release his people.
God’s gift to the Abraham God gave the Promised Land to Abraham’s descendants and blessed him with a son. By blessing Abraham with a child, Moses was born as Abraham’s great great great grandson. Moses led the Jews out of slavery in Egypt to the Holy Land that God had promised them.
What does Moses’ story tell us about?
Human relationships The relationships between humans can change as shown in the story. The great power that the Pharaoh has over the slaves changed over time. The Pharaoh was punished by God for his harsh treatments of the slaves and he eventally became powerless.