Tag Archives: Hatshepsut

Reversing the Reversal

While walking with Aaron towards the Palace for their audience with the Pharaoh, Moses ran through in his mind all that he knew about this Pharaoh. Moses knew a lot about him despite that information-gathering then was so much more … Continue reading

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Re-Filling

While walking to Egypt to carry out what God wanted him to do there, Moses had constant feelings of deja vu – no doubt because he was walking on the very same road he’d walked on in coming from Egypt … Continue reading

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A Voice From a Bush

Knowing now that Hatshepsut had crossed over to that realm we all cross over to when we breathe our last, Moses felt some colour going out of his life, which outwardly continued unchanged. The years passed while Moses spent most … Continue reading

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If This Is Goodbye

One night – several years after Moses had taken Zipporah to wife – he awoke suddenly in his tent from a deep sleep. Hatshepsut stood at the foot of his bed. A white light glowed softly from her. She was … Continue reading

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Three’s Company

“You’re tense, that’s all” said Zipporah. “We have all night, and the rest of our lives.” “You’re so wise and so understanding,” said Moses. When Moses said this he immediately thought of Hatshepsut, whose wise and understanding mind – quite … Continue reading

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Concupiscence

Moses and Zipporah continued to meet at the well almost daily because Zipporah’s father’s sheep had to have water to drink, and this well was the most convenient one. Moses always looked forward to these meetings, because, even though still … Continue reading

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Playing the Field

“How’s your day been?” said Jethro when his seven daughters came back with the sheep. “Bad in some ways. Good in another” said Zipporah, the eldest. “Do tell” said Jethro. Zipporah told him what had happened at the well, how … Continue reading

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