How Does Moses Point to Christ? (Part Two)


The LORD your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your own brothers. You must listen to Him.” – Deuteronomy 18:15

Christ is the prophet that God promised, whom Moses spoke of. However, Christ is much greater than Moses (Hebrews 3:1-6).

Jesus coming to earth was not some afterthought on God’s part. The God-man was part of God’s original plan.

In continuation from my last post on how Moses foreshadows Christ, here are some more similarities—along with some dissimilarities—to consider:

  • The Red Sea divided when Moses obeyed God’s command to raise his staff and stretch his hand over the sea (Exodus 14:15-22). Jesus not only walked on the sea, but also calmed the wind and waves (Matthew 14:22-33).
  • Moses prayed and questioned God prior to the miracle of the manna and quails (Numbers 11). Twice, Jesus prayed and gave thanks as He performed the miracle…

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