Tuesday, July 5, 2011

50 Parallels between Moses and Jesus

41. Moses said that the "little ones" in the wilderness would enter the Promised
Land Num.14:31

Jesus said that the Kingdom of God belonged to the "little ones" Mk. 10:14

42. Moses told the Israelites to remember and do all the commandments of the Lord
Num. 15:38-39

Jesus told His disciples to keep His commandments if they would abide in His
love. Jn. 15:10

43. Moses told the Israelites that God would show that He had sent Moses by doing
signs and wonders Num. 16:28

Jesus told His disciples that the works He did were to prove that the Father
was in Him and He was in the Father Jn. 14:10-11

44. Moses made a fiery serpent on a pole and the Israelites were healed when they
looked upon it Num. 21:9

Jesus was lifted up on a pole. All who looked upon Him by faith (as He took
their sin) were healed. Jn. 3:14-15

45. Moses chose 12 men, 1 of each tribe and sent them out (to scout) to bring
FRUIT Deut. 1:23

Jesus chose 12 men and sent them out to bear fruit Mt. 10:1

46. Moses said that in the mouth of 2 or 3 witnesses a truth would be established
Deut. 19:15

Jesus said that where 2 or 3 were gathered in His name, He would be in their
midst Mt. 18:20

47. Moses' relatives criticized and challenged him Num. 12: 1-2

Jesus' relatives criticized and challenged Him Jn. 7:5, Mt. 13:57

48. Moses was Israel's judge, the final authority in decision-making Ex. 18-22

Jesus will return to earth as a judge. All must appear before the "judgment
seat of Christ" II Cor.5:10, Jesus will judge all at His appearing II Tim.4-1

49. Moses reappeared after his death (on the Mt. of Transfiguration) Mt. 17:3

Jesus reappeared after His resurrection from the dead ( seen by many for
the next 40 days) Acts 1:3

50. Moses as deliverer was initially rejected by his people and took a gentile
bride Zipporah Ex. 2:11-14, 16-21

Jesus as Deliverer was initially rejected by His people and took a gentile
bride the Church II Cor. 11:2

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