Summary : theeternal ask Moses to tell Pharaoh that if he does not comply he will kill his children while itself he will prevent Pharaoh from listening to Moses. Then in a totally unexplained way Eternal also sought to kill Moses for no real reason and without Moses doing anything bad, but the Eternal failed him to whom nothing is however impossible.
Perhaps it is good not to fail himself again that he asks others to do the dirty work for him.
And besides, she is the wife of Moses who knew how to stop the Lord and his supposedly unstoppable will. Besides, one wonders how she knew what to do? It's'Éeternal who probably told him himself, didn't he ?? Like if I happen to have blackouts this is what it will take to bring me to reason!
And later when theThe Lord drew near to kill Moses, the latter's wife carried out the recommendations of theÉeternal crying out to the Eternal "Get out old senile, but you're completely nuts my word!" How can you want to kill your own messenger before he's even accomplishes the mission that you yourself have just entrusted to him ?? »
And there theEternal jumped, taking a step backwards totally surprised by Moses' wife then with a very frightened air looked at her for a moment before turning back, whispering to himself in his too long white beard dragging in the dirty and muddy ground, but still remaining white of a White purer than pure Damn woman that I myself created to help man.
Here it falls on me. If only I had known I would have left him locked up all alone in Eden without the slightest little help to cultivate just for me. God who knows everything, who sees everything and who is everywhere! Too credible this story, that's why it persists since antiquity ... Lol!
Exodus 4.21: 26-XNUMX
- 4.21 The Lord said to Moses: leaving to return to Egypt, see all les wonders that I place in your hand: you will do them before Pharaoh. And me, j'will harden his heart, and he will not let the people go.
- 4.22 tu say to Pharaoh: thus says the Lord: Israel is my son, mon firstborn.
- 4.23 je tell you: let my son go, so that he may serve me; if you refuse to let go, behold, I will destroy your son, your firstborn.
- 4.24 Pendant le voyage, in a place where Moses spent the night, the Lord l'attacked and wanted to kill him.
- 4.25 Zipporah took a sharp stone, cut off her son's foreskin, and threw it our feet of Moses, saying: you are a blood husband to me!
- 4.26 Et the Lord left him. It was then that she said: blood husband! Because de circumcision.