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What did God tell Moses about Aaron?
‘” The LORD said to Moses, “Tell Aaron, `Take your staff and stretch out your hand over the waters of Egypt–over the streams and canals, over the ponds and all the reservoirs’–and they will turn to blood. Blood will be everywhere in Egypt, even in the wooden buckets and stone jars.”
Why did God send Aaron with Moses?
According to the Book of Exodus, Aaron first functioned as Moses’ assistant. Because Moses complained that he could not speak well, God appointed Aaron as Moses’ “prophet” (Exodus 4:10-17; 7:1). At the battle with Amalek, he was chosen with Hur to support the hand of Moses that held the “rod of God”.
What is the meaning of Aaron?
Aaron is a Hebrew name typically given to boys. It means “exalted” or “strong.” It has also been interpreted to mean “teacher” or “mountain of strength.” While it’s spelled Aharon in Hebrew, the “h” is dropped in the Greek variation. In the Quran, Bible, and the Torah, it’s the name given to the brother of Moses.
How did Moses and Aaron get punished for their disobedience?
Moses and Aaron brought this severe punishment upon themseleves by disobeying a direct command from God. In Proverbs 3:5, ” Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” The penalty that God bestowed upon these two servants made an example for others to come.
What happened to Moses when he disobeyed the command of God?
In Num 20:8 we read that Moses and Aaron were commanded to speak to the rock so that water would flow out (not strike it). But Moses disobeyed by striking the rock twice ( Num 20:11 ). This was a serious disobedience – the penalty was death for him and Aaron before the Israelites entered the promised land.
What did God tell Aaron and Moses to do?
God went to tell Aaron and Moses to “take your staff and speak to the rock and water will appear.”
What did Moses do when he was angry with the Israelites?
Moses began to become angry with God and took it out on the Isrealites, condemning them as rebels. This form of Moses and Aaron’s behavior was not acceptable in the prescense of God. Did Moses strike the Rock out of Anger?