Moses’ Introduction to the Hebrew Approach to God.
July 21st, 2009
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Moses.
In earlier channelings, I talked about how I found out how the Hebrew slaves thought about God when I was an Egyptian prince.
You have been led to believe from your reading that the Jewish full-blown idea of an All-Powerful, All-Knowing God of the universe and humanity did not develop until the event at Mount Sinai. You seek clarification.
Well, Judaism evolved from one experience to another. It is this evolutionary process that has enabled it to survive. The best example of this is the Talmud, which sought to interpret the Torah regarding the needs of that time. There were Hebrew slaves who gave no thought to religion. This was an understandable consequence of their tragic situation. But there were indeed other Hebrew slaves who had certain insights about God and the emerging Jewish religion that were fundamentally different from the Egyptian pantheon of gods.
It was from these discussions that I first grasped the beginning essence of what became Judaism. So that when I had the experience of the Burning Bush, I already had a beginning understanding of the nature of the mighty Jehovah, who told me, in my inner psychic ear, that He wanted me to free my people. Without that initial contact with Hebrew thinking in Egypt, I would not have been able to understand at all the Burning Bush experience.
As it was, it was both exhilarating and unsettling, and God had prepared me through those conversations many years earlier with my people.