How was Moses taught during the days of his early childhood?
By faith, under the instruction of a devoted mother. See Heb. 11: 23; Ex. 2: 1-10.
NOTE. - The hiding of Moses was at the time when Pharaoh, king of Egypt, had issued a decree
that every Hebrew male child should be killed as soon as he was born, to prevent too rapid an increase of
the Hebrews. The second chapter of Exodus tells the story of the finding of Moses by the king's daughter,
and his being brought up by his own mother employed as a nurse. She was a woman of faith, and her
teaching of Moses was such that after he had been at the Egyptian court till he was come to years," he
chose to suffer affliction with God's people rather than to enjoy the honor of succeeding to the throne of
Egypt as the adopted heir. He became the leader of God's people when they escaped from the Egyptian
bondage, and after he died, he was raised to life and taken to heaven. See Heb. 11:24-26; Jude 9; Matt.
How complete was Christ's victory over death?
Wherever Abraham went, what was his practice?
Does proper correction evidence a want of parental love?
How are the present effects and future results of chastisement contrasted?
Who has the promise of being blessed in his doing?
What is Christ's message to the last church?
How perfect will be their knowledge of God?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle