Will Jews Ever Accept Israel is chosen & imperfect Moses is highest of children of Israel?

G-d says he was not so close even to Abraham. Do you agree imperfection is part of world? And G-d must help instead of us having an easy life from born. There is no magic wand for us. And look inside.

G-d doesn't see Moses imperfect tongue, because this world is not important, he was very humble man & never was a proud or bullying or alike. He was kind. If you Love Moses as your example among men or as our Greatest prophet, don't see people through their weak points, but help them, he can be loved by G-d & can be one special guy.. Just this..

Brad Pitt may be the nice Moses wasn't possibly. He didn't look like Einstein cool (though Moses' leadership & no evil proud feeling was unique). Many could speak more easily & even maybe better, But G-d wanted us to be kind & humble like Moses..


10 But Moses said to the Lord, “Oh, my Lord, I am not eloquent, either in the past or since you have spoken to your servant, but I am slow of speech and of tongue.” 11 Then the Lord said to him, “Who has made man’s mouth? Who makes him mute, or deaf, or seeing, or blind? Is it not I, the Lord? 12 Now therefore go, and I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall speak.”

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  • 2 months ago
    Best Answer

    What I know is that God chose the Israelite not so because they were important above other humans, but to demonstrate his grace onto them as He has always done to humanity. Moses was indeed a humble man, and God used him to bring glory to his holy name. It isn't because Moses was unique (We all are), but God chose him for his cause. So, to answer your question, maybe.

  • Jake
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    Catholicism is the One True Faith and a person can know this with certainty by reciting the rosary every day with care.

  • Moses didn't exist.

    The Israelites were never slaves in Egypt. The Egyptians themselves, great record keepers, fail to record such a series of events as momentous as the myth of Exodus. The story is based on a lie by Herodotus, a 4th century Greek.

    The Israelites were never slaves in Egypt. There was no Hebrew Prince of Egypt during the time of Ramses or Ramses II or anytime else. There was no Exodus through the Red Sea. The floor of the Red Sea is filled with canyons and cliffs - there is no "path" from one side to the other that could allow millions of people, their carts, and their animals to cross. In most places it is thousands of feet deep.

    There was, however, a tribal group called the Hyksos that invaded Upper Egypt and held it as a separate nation for a long time until they were driven out in war by the Lower Egyptians. They migrated north - into Canaan. The Egyptians called the Hyksos "shepherd kings". This is undoubtedly where the myth originates.

    Actual historical documents from Elephantine Isle from later on show that there were, at one time, Hebrew soldiers in Egypt as part of a mercenary battalion that served as a trade guard and ambassadorial liaison, but they were not slaves, in fact, these soldiers owned slaves.

    There was no wandering in the desert for forty years. No nation of even a half million people camped and traveled nomadically around that area for forty years.

    If such a group had done so they would have left behind archeological evidence, including nitrates in the soil from massive latrines as well as giant solid waste pits to hold defecation they couldn't burn, not to mention broken goods, trash, etc.

    At half a million people they would have had to camped near MASSIVE sources of water, as humans can generally go without water for three days before becoming dangerously dehydrated. That means at least 166,666 people filling waterskins every day, every minute, around the clock. 24 hours times 60 minutes = 1440 minutes per day. 1440 divided by 166,666 = 115. That means a water source able to handle 115 people every minute at least, PLUS all their animals.

    But there is NO evidence of any such wandering in that desert, nor is there hydroarcheaological evidence of any such massive springs.

    No campsites. No debris. No artifacts. No pathways. No graves. Nothing. We take these myths for granted because most of us have an upbringing at least partially based in Christian doctrine, whether we like it or not, and these myths are so prevalent in our social consciousness that we never stop to question them.

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  • k w
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    this world is only a test, a speed bump in the stream of time, you won't know til we all go back home to the spiritual world, a different dimension......pretty soon......

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