Patriotism: Moses
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Hebrews 11:24-26
By faith Moses, when he was come to years, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter;
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The Death of Moses
... For Moses himself must not enter into the promised land. In spite of all his faith,
his courage, his endurance, his patriotism, he has sinned against God, and ...
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... these tribes, being weak I suppose because they had no laws, nor patriotism, nor
fellow ... prophet and a hero, one great, wise, and good man of their race"Moses. ...
/.../kingsley/the gospel of the pentateuch/sermon ix moses.htm

The Early Training of a Race.
... a virtue more useful to modern civilization than patriotism? Does the movement for
universal peace find any encouragement in the teachings ascribed to Moses? ...
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... The Philistines afterwards (for we read nothing of Philistines in Moses' time)
worshipped ... of his family life, part of his politics, part of his patriotism. ...
/.../kingsley/the gospel of the pentateuch/sermon xv deuteronomy.htm

... in P not only is Eleazar the priest associated with him as Aaron with Moses (Exodus
8 ... in a stirring song which was an inspiration alike to faith and patriotism. ...
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The Birthnight of Freedom
... sixty or six hundred thousand fighting men came out of Egypt with Moses. ... When they
have forgotten the living God, national life and patriotism have died in them ...
/.../kingsley/the gospel of the pentateuch/sermon xii the birthnight of.htm

Paragraphs from Notable Speeches
... It is of the very essence of true patriotism, therefore, to be earnest and truthful,
to ... out of its love like that which burst from the lips of Moses when he ...
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The Epistle to the Hebrews
... such phrases as "it is written," or "the Scripture saith," or "Moses saith.". ... The
splendour of the temple worship and the zeal of Jewish patriotism were luring ...
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An Advance in the Exhortation.
... It was not with Moses, who himself exceedingly feared and quaked.[231] It was ... within
the doomed city "to break the last bands of patriotism and superstition ...
/.../the expositors bible the epistle to the hebrews/chapter ix an advance in.htm

History of Public Speaking
... The four orations in Deuteronomy, by Moses, are highly commended for their ... His intense
patriotism and argumentative power, won large favor with his hearers. ...
/.../kleiser/successful methods of public speaking/history of public speaking.htm


Iconoclasm: Destroyed by Moses

Miscegenation: Moses


Moses is a Herdsman for Jethro in the Desert of Horeb

Moses with Aaron Assembles the Leaders of Israel

Moses with his Wife and Sons, he Leaves Jethro to Perform his Mission in Egypt

Moses: 120 Years Old at Death

Moses: A Levite and Son of Amram

Moses: A Type of the Messiah

Moses: Along With Aaron

Moses: Appoints Joshua As his Successor

Moses: Benedictions of Last Benediction Upon the Twelve Tribes

Moses: Benedictions of Upon the People

Moses: Body of, Disputed Over

Moses: Character of Called the Man of God

Moses: Character of Complainings of

Moses: Character of Faith of

Moses: Character of God Spoke To, As a Man to his Friend

Moses: Character of Impatience of

Moses: Character of Magnanimity of, Toward Eldad and Medad

Moses: Character of Magnified of God

Moses: Character of Meekness of

Moses: Character of Obedience of

Moses: Character of Respected and Feared

Moses: Character of Unaspiring

Moses: Commissioned As Leader of the Israelites

Moses: Composes a Song for the People of Israel on Their Deliverance from Pharaoh

Moses: Crosses the Red Sea; Pharaoh and his Army are Destroyed

Moses: Death and Burial of

Moses: Discovered and Adopted by the Daughter of Pharaoh

Moses: Face of, Transfigured

Moses: God Reveals to Him his Purpose to Deliver the Israelites and Bring Them Into the Land of Canaan

Moses: Has the Vision of the Burning Bush

Moses: Hidden in a Small Basket

Moses: His Controversy With his Wife on Account of Circumcision

Moses: His Loyalty to his Race

Moses: His Rod Miraculously Turned Into a Serpent, and his Hand Was Made Leprous, and Then Restored

Moses: His Virility

Moses: Institutes a System of Government

Moses: Jealousy of Aaron and Miriam Toward

Moses: Joined by his Family in the Wilderness

Moses: Joins Himself to Jethro, Priest of Midian

Moses: Learned in all the Wisdom of Egypt

Moses: Meets Aaron in the Wilderness

Moses: Mourning For, Thirty Days in the Plains of Moab

Moses: Not Permitted to Enter Canaan, But Views the Land from Atop Mount Pisgah

Moses: People Complain Against Moses and Aaron

Moses: Present With Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration

Moses: Prophecies of

Moses: Rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram Against

Moses: Receives Comfort and Assurance from the Lord

Moses: Rejected by Pharaoh; Hardships of the Israelites Increased

Moses: Renews his Appeal to Pharaoh

Moses: Reproves Aaron For: Irregularity in the offerings

Moses: Reproves Aaron For: Making the Golden Calf

Moses: Secures the Deliverance of the People and Leads Them out of Egypt

Moses: Takes the Life of an Egyptian Taskmaster

Moses: Unbelief of the People

Moses: Under Divine Direction Brings Plagues Upon the Land of Egypt

Mutiny: Israelites Against Moses

Patriotism: Moses

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