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Moses

 1,000.00  500.00

When you support Superbook with your gift of P1,000, you will receive this genuine, limited edition Moses figurine that is a perfect pair with the Pharaoh figurine. Watching the “Let My People Go!” Superbook episode will be more exciting with these two!


Famous for his words: ”Let my people go!”, Moses is the son of Amram and Jochebed (Exodus 6:18-20) who led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt. Moses led God’s people across the Red Sea. And then for forty years, he led them through the wilderness. He ultimately led them to Mount Sinai where God had spoken to him from the burning bush (Exodus 3:12). ). During His encounter with God, Moses received the Ten Commandments and founded the religious community known as Israel (Exodus 20). When the Israelites finally arrived at the Promised Land (Canaan), Moses’ work was done. However, he was not allowed to enter the land as he had disobeyed God previously (Numbers 20:1-13).

He was a Hebrew who was born at the time when a cruel Pharaoh wanted to prevent the Hebrew population from increasing. Pharaoh ordered that no more male Hebrew children should be allowed to live. Moses’ mother, however, hid him and then placed him in a basket on the River Nile where Pharaoh’s daughter found him. The princess decided to adopt the baby and bring him up as her son. His own mother was able to look after him until he was old enough to live in the palace. In these early years, Moses was taught the faith of his ancestors (Exodus 2:1-10).

Product Description

  • Approximate dimensions: 10.6cm (H) x 7.5cm (W)
  • Highly detailed figure
  • Scenic display packaging (plastic box) ready for display
  • This is NOT a toy. Please handle with care.

Delivery

This item cannot be shipped internationally or outside the Philippines. It can only be shipped to a physical Philippine address. We also do not ship to a Post Office (P.O.) Box.

Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

 

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