:Notes to Questions 1-4: In each case, Satan, the great enemy of Israel, sought to destroy God’s appointed deliverer before he could fulfill his task. Each was preserved through faith* and courage of his parents.
Correct Answer 2: Evil kings made decrees for each of them to be killed
Correct Answer 3: By the action of their parents
Correct Answer 4: The people of Egypt
Correct Answer 5: Unusual wisdom and understanding
Note: Both Moses and Jesus were equipped by God with special intellectual gifts.
Correct Answer 6: 1.Humility 2.Faithfulness to God
Note: Both relied on God’s supernatural power, not on their own natural strength.
Correct Answer 7: No
Notes to Questions 7-8: Wrong attitudes can keep God’s people from recognizing or honoring the deliverer whom God has sent to them.
Correct Answer 8: They criticized/rejected them
Correct Answer 9: Each prayed to God to forgive the people
Notes to Questions 9-10: Both Moses and Jesus were willing to bear the punishment of God’s people, but only Jesus could be accepted by God because He Himself was without sin (Heb. 7:26–27).
Correct Answer 10: Each was willing to bear the punishment of the people
Correct Answer 11: Each fasted forty days
Correct Answer 12: Yes
Notes to Questions 12-16: Both Moses and Jesus were dependent on personal communion with God. The results of this communion were manifested in various unique ways.
Correct Answer 13: A high mountain
Correct Answer 14: Yes
Correct Answer 15: Their faces shone
Correct Answer 16: God spoke in an audible voice from heaven
Correct Answer 17: Angels
Correct Answer 18: 1.Teacher 2.Shepherd
Correct Answer 19: God’s name
Note: The name of God reveals the nature of God. Through Moses, God revealed Himself as eternal* and unchanging; through Jesus He revealed Himself as Father. (See Matthew 11:27; Romans 8:15.)
Correct Answer 20: Bread from heaven
Note The manna provided through Moses only sustained temporary, physical life. Some of those who ate it died later under God’s judgment*. (See Numbers 14:22–23, 32; 26:63–65.) But through Jesus, the believer receives eternal* life. (See John 6:47–51.)
Correct Answer 21: From slavery to Pharaoh in Egypt
Notes to Questions 21-22: The slavery from which Moses delivered Israel was physical; the slavery from which Jesus delivers the believer is spiritual.
Correct Answer 22: From slavery to sin
Correct Answer 23: They healed them
Correct Answer 24: No
Correct Answer 25: A covenant
Notes to Questions 25-26: Israel broke the first covenant that God made with them, but God promised to make a new covenant that would provide forgiveness of all their sins (Jer. 31:31–34). Jesus came to institute this new covenant.
Correct Answer 26: The blood of a sacrifice (Jesus’ crucifixion)