Moses, type of Christ the Deliverer Isaiah 61:1; Luke 4:18; II Corinthians 1:10; I Thessalonians 1:10.
(1) A divinely chosen deliverer Exodus 3:7-10; Acts 7:25; John 3:16.
(2) Rejected by Israel he turns to the Gentiles Exodus 2:11-15; Acts 7:25; 18:5,6; 28:17-28.
(3) During his rejection he gains a Gentile bride Exodus 2:16-21; Matthew 12:14-21; II Corinthians 11:2; Ephesians 5:30-32.
(4) Afterward he again appears as Israel's deliverer, and is accepted Exodus 4:29-31; Romans 11:14-26; Acts 15:14-17.
(5) Officially, Moses typifies Christ as Prophet Acts 3:22,23. Advocate ; Exodus 32:31-35; I John 2:1,2, Intercessor ; Exodus 17:1-6; Hebrews 7:25 and Leader, or King ; Deuteronomy 33:4,5; Isaiah 55:4; Hebrews 2:10 while, in relation to the house of God, he is in contrast with Christ. Moses was faithful as a servant over another's house; Christ as a Son over His own house Hebrews 3:5,6.
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