Traveling Through History: Moshe and Pharaoh

Dec 26th, 2010 by Rabbi Simcha Weinberg in Portion of the Week

Time Travel

Their first public confrontation over, Pharaoh asked Moshe to remain behind for a closed-door meeting. Moshe agreed, but only if his brother, Aaron, could join them.

“Uncle Moishe,” he said as his servants served drinks, “my grandfather and father often spoke of you. We wondered what you were doing, and never expected this! You’ve been gone for sixty years. It seems to me that you found God.”

“I did, dear nephew, and He is the Real Thing. You will lose if you fight.”

“I don’t know if I’ll lose, but I do know one thing: If I win, you will soon be forgotten. If you win; I will have a permanent place in history!”

“That you will. It will be in Jewish history, not Egyptian,” laughed Moshe.

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