Author of the Torah; Deliverer of the Ten Commandments
his bones were to be carried out of Egypt when the Israelites went free
helped Israelite women deliver their babies
Moses' brother and helper
House of Levi
Moses was placed in this as a baby
rescued Moses from the water
"I drew him from the water"
the meaning of Moses' name
Moses fled here after killing an Egyptian
Priest of Midian; Moses's father-in-law
Jethro's other name
moses' first son
The Burning Bush
God speaks to Moses through this the first time
Aaron's staff turned into this
Water turned to Blood
The First Plague
The Second Plague
The Third Plague
The Fourth Plague
The Fifth Plague
The Sixth Plague
The Seventh Plague
The Eighth Plague
The Ninth Plague
Death of the First Born
The Tenth Plague
ritual meal by which the Israelites were saved from the tenth plague
Angel of Death
carried out the Tenth Plague
Passover; "the blow"
parted by Moses, crossed through by the Israelites
songs of praise to God
food that God gave the Israelites during the Exodus
The mountain where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God
The First Commandment
"I am the Lord your God; you shall have no other gods before Me"
The Second Commandment
"You shall not take the Name of the Lord your God in vain"
The Third Commandment
"Keep Holy the Lord's Day."
The Fourth Commandment
"Honor your father and your mother"
The Fifth Commandment
"You shall not kill"
The Sixth Commandment
"You shall not commit adultery"
The Seventh Commandment
"You shall not steal"
The Eighth Commandment
"You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor"
The Ninth Commandment
"You shall not covet your neighbor's wife"
The Tenth Commandment
"you shall not covet your neighbor's goods"
The Great Theophany
Moses' meeting with God on Mount Sinai
The Ark of the Covenant
held the Ten Commandments
The Golden Calf
idol made and worshipped by the Israelites
Renewal of the Tablets
reference to the second set of Ten Commandments made by God
Moses' closeness to God
Where the Israelites settled in Egypt