Moses' prophecies

Moses was a Hebrew born in Egypt about 3400 years ago. He received a formal education and led his fellow Hebrews out of Egypt to the border of Canaan, which later became Israel. He is credited with having written the first five books of the Bible - of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy - which are sometimes called the "Books of Moses" or the "Pentateuch." Many Bible critics have challenged the claim that Moses actually wrote the first five books. But what they cannot challenge is what they can see with their own eyes - that Moses' prophecies about the exile and worldwide scattering of the Hebrews, the unbelievable persecutions, culminating with a restoration of Israel are all visibly, provably, fulfilled in modern times.

Below is a partial listing of Moses' prophecies.

Deuteronomy 4:25-30
Moses prophetically warns his people of exile if they turn away from God

Deuteronomy 18:15-18
God promised another prophet like Moses

Deuteronomy 21:23
The Messiah dying on the cross is foreshadowed in Deuteronomy 21:23

Deuteronomy 28:49-52
The Bible foreshadowed Rome's destruction of Israel

Deuteronomy 28:64-67
The people of Israel would be persecuted in many nations

Deuteronomy 29:23
Israel would become a wasteland

Deuteronomy 30:3-5
The land and people of Israel would be restored and prosperous again

Exodus 12:3-5
A precedent for the Messiah being a sacrificial lamb without blemish

Exodus 12:21-23
The precedent for the Messiah being the Passover lamb

Exodus 12:46
A precedent that none of the bones of the Messiah would be broken

Leviticus 16:27
The precedent that the Messiah would be killed outside the gates

Leviticus 26:32-33
Enemies would move into the land of Israel

Leviticus 26:44
The people of Israel will never be completely destroyed

Numbers 9:12
A precedent that none of the bones of the Messiah would be broken

Numbers 21:9
The crucifixion of Jesus was foreshadowed by the bronze snake in Sinai Desert

To read more about Moses, click here for our Biblical people profile of Moses.