Book 1 of The Old Testament Stories for Children Series
The story of Baby Moses from Exodus, told in rhyme:
O Christ, through water, Thou didst save/The infant Moses from the grave/That he might set his people free/From bitterness and slavery
The story of Moses is the story of God's deliverance of His people from slavery to the freedom of worshipping Him. Hearkening to the cries of the Israelites, God preserves--through water--the infant Moses, who is later to lead Israel across the Red Sea into the Promised Land. Both these passages are read at Theophany as prefigurings of baptism. As God delivered Moses and Israel through water, similarly in baptism He delivers us from the bondage of sin and brings us into the freedom of worshipping Him
You can find the complete store of baby Moses in the Old Testament of the Bible, in Exodus 1:1-2:10. Chapter one explains how the Israelites came into Egyptian bondage and describes the rigors of their slavery. The first half of chapter two tells the store of baby Moses.
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