Moses, saving lives?

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Moses, saving lives?

Moses' main contribution that is highly valuable to Catholics today is the Ten Commandments. The Ten Commandments are sets of rules that we as Christians need to follow in orders to grow in our relationship with God and with others. They provide how to live and act the way God wants us to do. One commandment that is really spoken out is, "You shall have no other God's before me". As a Christian, we should ONLY honour and worship God, and no one else. Money and fame are other examples that we should not replace God as, because that is not Him. These are materialistic things that are misused and abused. God is our only provider in our everyday lives.

The Contributionof Moses


Moses and the Burning Bush

Moses was born in the Land of Goshen with the parents of Jochebed and Amram. However, not that long did he stay with his family. A recent look out for one year old childeren, eldest in the family, needed to be killed, and Moses was one of them. So then, he was hidden in a basket and was floated to a place unexpected. He was picked up by the wonderful Princess of the land and took him as her own. Years went by and soon, Moses was told by God to free His childeren out of slavery brought by the King. It took many talk thoughs, and arrangements, but by the helping hand of God, they safely escaped, and Moses, became the hero who was never forgotten.

Major EventsThree major events that impact Catholics today are: The Parting of the Red Sea, Ten Commandments, and The Burning Bush. These events in Moses' life show Catholics today God's word. They give lessons on how to live, behave, and act when around other people and especially to God. They are helpful guidelines tp everyday lfie, and how to get closer and closer to God.

QuotesExd 3:2 - There the angel of the Lord appeared to him as a flame coming from the middle of a bush. Moses saw that the bush was on fire but that it was not burning up.Exd 20:1-2 - God spoke, and these were his words: “I am the Lord your God who brought you out of Egypt, where you were slaves.Exd 14:21 - Moses held out his hand over the sea, and the Lord drove the sea back with a strong east wind. It blew all night and turned the sea into dry land. The water was divided,

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