Tag Archives: Song of Moshe/Moses

Exodus 13-15: God delivers Israel from Mitzraim (Egypt) through the Red Sea

Richard AgeeOn the 15th day of the first month, the first day of what God established as Khag Matzot (Feast of Unleavened Bread), Israel left Mitzraim (Egypt). We’ll explore why the Bible talks more about the Matzot than Pesakh (Passover).

Pesakh commemorates God’s breaking the chains of Mitzraim that held Yisra’el there, and Matzot, God’s breaking the power of Mitzraim via the sea.

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Deuteronomy 32: Song of Moshe

Revelation 10 shows us that it is God’s Messiah, Yeshua, who brings about the vengeance and recompense described in Deuteronomy 32 against those who have attacked and killed God’s servants. We see that at the end of time, both the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb will be known in those final days.

This is a long chapter but a very deep chapter. Picking up from our discussion of Deuteronomy 30–31, we’ll go through some of the depths of this chapter and compare it the what Yeshua says in Revelation.

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Deuteronomy 30-31: Prelude to the Song of Moshe

Revelation foretells of a time when those who trust completely in God and aren’t fooled by the beast, his image and the number of his name will sing “the song of Moses” and “the song of the Lamb” (Rev. 15:2–4).

We know of the “song of the Lamb” from Rev. 5:9–14. There’s the “song of Moshe” in Exodus 15 just after God saves Israel and destroys the Egyptian army in the Red Sea. There’s also another “song” of Moshe in Deuteronomy 32, and understanding it helps us understand apostle Paul’s terms “under [the] law” and “under grace” (Rom. 2:12; 3:19; 6:14–15; 1st Cor. 9:20–21; Gal. 3:23; 4:4–5; 5:18).

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Deuteronomy 15-16: God teaches complete freedom via cycles of seven

Seven shows up repeatedly in Scripture. It appears first with the seventh day of creation (Gen. 2:3), threads through God’s cycles of appointments with mankind, and foreshadows the timing of Messiah Yeshua’s arrival as the Word become flesh (Dan. 9:25) and culminates with many of the symbols of the Day of the Lord (Rev. 1:4, 11–12, 16, 20; 2:1; 3:1; 4:5; 5:1, 5–6; 6:1; 8:2, 6; 10:3–4; 11:13; 12:3; 13:1; 15:1, 6; 16:1; 17:1, 3, 7, 9–11; 21:9).

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Journey to the 10 — Exodus 15:1-17 — the Song of Moses and bitterness at Marah

Moses takes the time to sing God’s praises after they all went through the Red Sea in safety. They also faced their first test at Marah: Would Israel trust God completely or be bitter toward Him? Continue reading Journey to the 10 — Exodus 15:1-17 — the Song of Moses and bitterness at Marah