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I don't have a solid answer for this, either. But one thing to consider is what references we do have for a timeline. Exodus 7:7 puts Moses' age at 80 when he spoke to Pharaoh. Deuteronomy 1 and Deuteronomy 29:5 shows the Israelites in the wilderness for 40 years. Deuteronomy 34:7 shows that Moses died at age 120. So this only gives at the very most ...
Exodus 9:3, in my NASB Bible, reads ... pestilence on your livestock which are in the field ... (emphasis added) Those animals that were in the field are the ones that died. Animals that were not in the field were not part of the pestilence and also all the livestock that belonged to the Israelites did not die. It is then possible that the animals ...
He was about 80 The timeline would look like this: 0 - [Moses is born] 40 - Acts 7:23-24 ESV When he was forty years old, it came into his heart to visit his brothers, the children of Israel. And seeing one of them being wronged, he defended the oppressed man and avenged him by striking down the Egyptian. 80 - Acts 7:30 ESV Now when forty ...
Scripture tells us Moses was 40 when the Egyptian struck the slave: Acts 7:22-29 22 And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and in deeds. 23 And when he was full forty years old, it came into his heart to visit his brethren the children of Israel. And then...in Acts 7:30 And when forty years were expired, ...
Christ declared that Abraham rejoiced to see His day. It's no stretch to imagine that just as Abraham saw Christ, so did Moses, Elijah, and all the company of Heaven.
Just as serpents brought death to the Hebrews because of their sin, and a serpent was lifted up on a pole as the way of temporal salvation, so the first man Adam brought death to all because of his (and our) sin, and the last Adam was lifted up on a tree as the way of everlasting salvation.
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