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Chapter 9 The Trip To The Promised Land

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Published on February 16, 2008

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Moses- Leading the Hebrews from Egypt
Middle School Religion 6-8
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The Trip to the Promised Land Moses leads his People

Israelites overjoyed about freedom Headed to Canaan Miriam—sister of Moses Aaron—brother to Moses sang songs; played tambourine

Israelites overjoyed about freedom

Headed to Canaan

Miriam—sister of Moses

Aaron—brother to Moses

sang songs; played tambourine

No GPS system in the wilderness wander many years transition from slavery to free people to serve God

No GPS system in the wilderness

wander many years

transition from slavery to free people to serve God

Headed to Mount Sinai God helped lead the way God tests the Israelites

Headed to Mount Sinai

God helped lead the way

God tests the Israelites

Complain, complain, complain….. They did not always follow God’s will. Forgot what God had done for them. Grumbled against Moses for their hardships

Complain, complain, complain…..

They did not always follow God’s will.

Forgot what God had done for them.

Grumbled against Moses for their hardships

God always pulled through! Hebrews doubted/God showed faithfulness God performed miracles complaint of bitter water—God had Moses change it to drinkable water no food/quail more food/manna more water/water from a rock

Hebrews doubted/God showed faithfulness

God performed miracles

complaint of bitter water—God had Moses change it to drinkable water

no food/quail

more food/manna

more water/water from a rock

Moses is reunited Moses reunites with his family All continue on the journey Exodus/journey are signs of God leading his people In our age, we too are called to follow God’s plan for us

Moses reunites with his family

All continue on the journey

Exodus/journey are signs of God leading his people

In our age, we too are called to follow God’s plan for us

God gives his people “the law” Arrived at Mt. Sinai Moses and God had a chit/chat on top of the mountain “ shall be to me a kingdom of priests, a holy nation”—Exodus 19:6

Arrived at Mt. Sinai

Moses and God had a chit/chat on top of the mountain

“ shall be to me a kingdom of priests, a holy nation”—Exodus 19:6

Moses gives everyone the “low down” Moses tells everyone what God said “ Everything the Lord has said, we will do” (Exodus 19:8) 3 days later, God appears to the group

Moses tells everyone what God said

“ Everything the Lord has said, we will do” (Exodus 19:8)

3 days later, God appears to the group

Moses is summoned God calls Moses He gets the Ten Commandments Keep the laws/keep the covenant Jesus— growing up Jewish , learned these commandments and obeyed these laws

God calls Moses

He gets the Ten Commandments

Keep the laws/keep the covenant

Jesus— growing up Jewish , learned these commandments and obeyed these laws

God gave other laws in Exodus and Leviticus Moses shared the laws with his people They agreed to follow them Moses wrote them down

God gave other laws in Exodus and Leviticus

Moses shared the laws with his people

They agreed to follow them

Moses wrote them down

An altar for the “one true God” Stone altar with 12 pillars 12 pillars represent 12 tribes of Israel a.k.a. the twelve sons of Jacob sacrifice of young bulls as a peace offering sealed the covenant “ This is the blood of the covenant which the Lord has made with you in accordance with all these words of his” (Exodus 24:8)

Stone altar with 12 pillars

12 pillars represent 12 tribes of Israel

a.k.a. the twelve sons of Jacob

sacrifice of young bulls as a peace offering

sealed the covenant

“ This is the blood of the covenant which the Lord has made with you in accordance with all these words of his” (Exodus 24:8)

Symbolic Numbers 40 days and 40 nights— Moses spent on the mountain top 40 is a symbolic number Noah—40 days/nights on the ark Jesus—after baptism spent 40 days in desert

40 days and 40 nights—

Moses spent on the mountain top

40 is a symbolic number

Noah—40 days/nights on the ark

Jesus—after baptism spent 40 days in desert

12 pillars of stone that Moses set up These pillars also symbolize the 12 tribes of Israel 12 is also symbolic of the 12 apostles

12 pillars of stone that Moses set up

These pillars also symbolize the 12 tribes of Israel

12 is also symbolic of the 12 apostles

The New Covenant We have a new covenant with God We obtained it at “The Last Supper” “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which will be shed for you.” (Luke 22:20)

We have a new covenant with God

We obtained it at “The Last Supper”

“This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which will be shed for you.” (Luke 22:20)

The Big Ten

The Big Ten

I am the Lord your God; you shall not have strange gods before me.

I am the Lord your God; you shall not have strange gods before me.

1. First Commandment Do you worship the false gods of status, consumerism or peer approval? Do you ignore or avoid old friends in order to be part of the popular crowd? Do you make unreasonable demands on your parents for clothes or money? Do you give support to your peers when they tell racial or ethnic jokes? Do you show indifference toward the poor and think of them as losers by social standards?

1. First Commandment

Do you worship the false gods of status, consumerism or peer approval?

Do you ignore or avoid old friends in order to be part of the popular crowd? Do you make unreasonable demands on your parents for clothes or money?

Do you give support to your peers when they tell racial or ethnic jokes? Do you show indifference toward the poor and think of them as losers by social standards?

You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.

You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.

2. Second Commandment Do you use language that you would never speak in front of your grandmother? Is your language a reflection of a low opinion of others and insults?

2. Second Commandment

Do you use language that you would never speak in front of your grandmother?

Is your language a reflection of a low opinion of others and insults?

Remember to keep hold the Lord’s Day

Remember to keep hold the Lord’s Day

3. Third Commandment Do you skip mass because few of your friends go to church or because you feel that the gift of God’s presence should be as entertaining as MTV?

3. Third Commandment

Do you skip mass because few of your friends go to church or because you feel that the gift of God’s presence should be as entertaining as MTV?

Honor your father and your mother

Honor your father and your mother

4. Fourth Commandment Do you thank your parents for what they do for you? Do you offer to help around the house? Do you value your family members as much as you do your friends?

4. Fourth Commandment

Do you thank your parents for what they do for you?

Do you offer to help around the house?

Do you value your family members as much as you do your friends?

You shall not kill

You shall not kill

5. Fifth Commandment Do you value your life and that of others? Do you watch violent movies and play violent video games and think nothing of the killing involved?

5. Fifth Commandment

Do you value your life and that of others?

Do you watch violent movies and play violent video games and think nothing of the killing involved?

You shall not commit adultery

You shall not commit adultery

6. Sixth Commandment Do you use other people for your own selfish pleasure? Do you lie to get others to act against their values? Are you true to your friends? Do you respect your parents and their relationship?

6. Sixth Commandment

Do you use other people for your own selfish pleasure?

Do you lie to get others to act against their values?

Are you true to your friends?

Do you respect your parents and their relationship?

You shall not steal

You shall not steal

7. Seventh Commandment Do you cheat on tests or homework? Do you ever shoplift or take things that don't belong to you? Do you respect other’s possessions? Do you follow copyright laws pertaining to downloading music, movies, copying cd’s dvd’s, plagiarism?

7. Seventh Commandment

Do you cheat on tests or homework?

Do you ever shoplift or take things that don't belong to you?

Do you respect other’s possessions?

Do you follow copyright laws pertaining to downloading music, movies, copying cd’s dvd’s, plagiarism?

You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor

You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor

8. Eighth Commandment Do you gossip or pass on rumors that hurt other people? Can you be trusted to keep a confidence? Do you lie to protect your own ego, even if someone will be hurt?

8. Eighth Commandment

Do you gossip or pass on rumors that hurt other people?

Can you be trusted to keep a confidence?

Do you lie to protect your own ego, even if someone will be hurt?

You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife

You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife

Ninth Commandment Are you envious of others? Do you resent their popularity or success? Do you feel you have to put others down in order to feel better about yourself?

Ninth Commandment

Are you envious of others? Do you resent their popularity or success?

Do you feel you have to put others down in order to feel better about yourself?

You shall not covet your neighbor’s goods

You shall not covet your neighbor’s goods

10. Tenth Commandment Do you resent your parents when they tell you they cannot afford to buy the things that you feel you need to keep up with your friends? Do you ever ask your parents what their financial worries are?

10. Tenth Commandment

Do you resent your parents when they tell you they cannot afford to buy the things that you feel you need to keep up with your friends?

Do you ever ask your parents what their financial worries are?

Here goes that circle… The Commandments Revisited Moses on mountain top with God God gave the “tablets that the laws would be written on” to Moses Reminded Moses that people were to worship only the one, true God

The Commandments Revisited

Moses on mountain top with God

God gave the “tablets that the laws would be written on” to Moses

Reminded Moses that people were to worship only the one, true God

Moses was gone for awhile Hebrews grew restless—waiting wanted a “god” to worship—didn’t know what happened to Moses asked Aaron to give them one they made a calf of gold Moses came down from the mountain He was not happy

Moses was gone for awhile

Hebrews grew restless—waiting

wanted a “god” to worship—didn’t know what happened to Moses

asked Aaron to give them one

they made a calf of gold

Moses came down from the mountain

He was not happy

Moses missed his anger management class! Throws tablets down/broke He punished those responsible Begged God to forgive them God calls Moses back up to the mountain spends another 40 days has him write the commandments on the tablets

Throws tablets down/broke

He punished those responsible

Begged God to forgive them

God calls Moses back up to the mountain

spends another 40 days

has him write the commandments on the tablets

Moses is glowing returned from the mountain glowing had to wear a veil in front of the Hebrews Dwelling Place instructed to build a “dwelling place for God” contributed personal belongings to do it meeting tent, movable because they were not at a place of permanence yet

Moses is glowing

returned from the mountain glowing

had to wear a veil in front of the Hebrews

Dwelling Place

instructed to build a “dwelling place for God”

contributed personal belongings to do it

meeting tent, movable because they were not at a place of permanence yet

Ark of the covenant wooden box where the 10 Commandments were stored Dwelling Place specifics Ark of the covenant altars furniture needed for worship vestments for priests

Ark of the covenant

wooden box where the 10 Commandments were stored

Dwelling Place specifics

Ark of the covenant

altars

furniture needed for worship

vestments for priests

Characteristics of the “Dwelling Place” God entered the 1 st day of each month symbol of God is represented by thunder and lightning over the tent felt God was with them

Characteristics of the “Dwelling Place”

God entered the 1 st day of each month

symbol of God is represented by thunder and lightning over the tent

felt God was with them

40 year journey long time to get there many changes to people told in “Book of Numbers” 4 th book of the Bible Hebrew: In the desert English: 2 censuses—took place during the journey

40 year journey

long time to get there

many changes to people

told in “Book of Numbers”

4 th book of the Bible

Hebrew: In the desert

English: 2 censuses—took place during the journey

The cloud God made his presence known with a cloud when it moved, they moved when it was stationary, they were stationary helped them know that God was guiding them

The cloud

God made his presence known with a cloud

when it moved, they moved

when it was stationary, they were stationary

helped them know that God was guiding them

Finally here..whoopee… Arrive in Canaan should be happy, jumping for job griping about the food tried to overtake Canaan without God’s consent failed—can’t do anything without God wanting it success depended on God grumbling about manna tired of same old, same old God sends poisonous snakes told Moses to build a bronze snake if people look at snake, they would not be bitten/recover

Arrive in Canaan

should be happy, jumping for job

griping about the food

tried to overtake Canaan without God’s consent

failed—can’t do anything without God wanting it

success depended on God

grumbling about manna

tired of same old, same old

God sends poisonous snakes

told Moses to build a bronze snake

if people look at snake, they would not be bitten/recover

Comparisons Moses raises the serpent in the desert to save the Hebrews Jesus raises up from the dead so we may have eternal life

Moses raises the serpent in the desert to save the Hebrews

Jesus raises up from the dead so we may have eternal life

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