Moses

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Moses

Moses is a prophet in Abrahamic religions. According to the Hebrew Bible, he was a former Egyptian prince, possibly even the rightful Pharaoh of Egypt who later in life became a religious leader and lawgiver, to whom the authorship of the Torah is traditionally attributed.

The Conflict

The conflict with the rulers like Cain, Nimrod, Pharaoh, and the Caesar's of the world who were the Fathers of the earth was personified in the character of Moses and his teachings.

Christ and his teachings again brought liberty but also a Christian conflict until Rome failed.

The Kingdom of God simply means the right to be ruled by God in heaven through your heart and mind rather than be ruled by men and the gods many men give power to through political systems which use force.

In the Kingdom of God man has access to his natural God given rights but he can only maintain those rights through diligent practice[1] of Fervent Charity toward others. In other words he must care about the rights of his neighbor as much as himself.

Moses said we were to love our neighbor as ourselves and we were not to oppress the people in our midst. We were even to give drink to our enemy.

Moses and Jesus were in agreement and are seen together with Elijah in the New Testament. Jesus told the pharisees if the had known Moses the would have known Him.

Over the centuries some Jews altered and distorted the teachings of Moses through their twisted translations, sophistry and false religion.

By the time of John the Baptist and Jesus arrived the pharisees were making the word of God to none effect through their scheme of Corban which no longer was exclusively freewill offerings.

The people of Israel had rejected God back in the days of Samuel when they elected to have a man rule over them like the other nations of the world.

Throuchout history the people of the world have sought to elect rulers like Cain, Nimrod, Pharaoh, and the Caesar who owereffered thenselves as benefactors but became the Fathers of the earth.

Through their own sloth they follow the Covetous Practices that makes men nothing more than Human Resources and a surety for debt. That debt grows until it curses their children with a bondage they cannot escape and all hope would be lost accept for the strategy of seeking the Kingdom of God and His righteousness. You cannot be biting one another and expect not to be devoured one of another, especially in a social democracy.

Moses the man

Moses was a real individual. He is hard to identify in history because of the false understanding of the ancient text due to sophistry and false religion. But also due to modern archaeology's confusions concerning the historic time lines which have been distorted through an entrenched academia.


Hatshepsut

  • "Hatshepsut was the first female pharaoh of Egypt. She reigned between 1473 and 1458 B.C. Her name means “foremost of noblewomen.” Her rule was relatively peaceful and she was able to launch a building program that would see the construction of a great temple at Deir el-Bahari at Luxor.Apr 5, 2013"

There are numerous theories that give reasonable and plausable scenarios.

Some assert that they "are able to precisely pinpoint the Exodus of 1446 with the 18th year of Pharaoh Thutmoses III."

"16 reasons why Thutmoses III is the Exodus Pharaoh." using the Low Egyptian chronology as proposed by A. K. Kitchen:

This would mean Thutmoses I, the father of Hatshepsut, named Moses and not anyone in the 19th dynasty era of Rameses II. Because archeologists generally dismiss the exodus as a Bible myth, they actually chose any variant of the correct,

Thutmoses

The name "Thutmoses" was written in hieroglyphics, but the name Moses is written in Hebrew and Greek. He appear to be heir to the throne of Egypt through adoption. But Moses like Jesus would not rule over the people. His desire was to set them free. They would have to first repent, think differently.


  • "Thutmose II (1493 or 1492 to 1479 BC). Alfred Edersheim proposes in his "Old Testament Bible History" that Thutmose II is best qualified to be the pharaoh of Exodus based on the fact that he had a brief, prosperous reign and then a sudden collapse with no son to succeed him."
  • "Thutmose III (sometimes read as Thutmosis or Tuthmosis III, Thothmes in older history works, and meaning "Thoth is born") was the sixth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty."

Senmut (or Senenmut) has been a candidate for the Biblical Moses. Senenmut was an 18th dynasty ancient Egyptian architect, ancient astronomer and government official. His name translates literally as "mother's brother."

Names were titles with meanings and could change as your status or relationships changes. Darius, Caesar, Pharaoh, even Nimrod are titles or offices rather than proper names.

His memorials were heavily vandalized during the reign of Thutmose III during his latter campaigns to eradicate all trace of Hatshepsut's memory.

Thutmose III was not of royal blood but the son of a concubine of an unfairhful husband. He was put into power by ambitions of men who sought power in the absence of a male heir.

He had despised and opposed Hatshepsut whi we policies differed greatly from his.

There is speculation that Senenmut might have been a trusted servant of Hatshepsut since there was no "brother" but it is also possible based on some of his accomplishments that he was actually Moses the trusted servant of God and mankind.

Or possibly he was a mentor to Moses whose political policies would have been compatible with Hatshepsut.

Was Moses the rightful heir righteous TuthMosis to the throne of Egypt who came to set the people wfreeho would repent.


  • The message of the prophets was for all who have ears to hear. They have desired that we seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness through voluntary government of love by charity alone. Those who hear and act upon that spiritual revelation of the Christ, the anointing, are Israel because God and His kingdom "prevails" within them.

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  1. Proverbs 12:24 "The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the Slothful shall be under Tribute."