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Moses Hands Held Up

The Israelites are enabled to defeat the Amalekites because Moses arms are held up by Aaron and Hur; if he had let them fall, the Israelites would have lost the day

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Aaron Defeat Enabled Held Israelites Lost Moses Testament Amalekites


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Bring some life into your office, or create a heartfelt gift, with a personalised deluxe Mouse Mat. Made of high-density black foam with a tough, stain-resistant inter-woven cloth cover they will brighten up any home or corporate office.

Archive quality photographic print in a durable wipe clean mouse mat with non slip backing. Works with all computer mice

Estimated Product Size is 19.7cm x 24.2cm (7.8" x 9.5")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
Moses Hands Held Up: A Pivotal Moment in Biblical History This powerful image depicts a pivotal moment in the Old Testament of the Bible, as recorded in the Book of Exodus. The scene shows Moses, the leader of the Israelites, with his hands held high above his head, enabling his people to defeat their enemies, the Amalekites, in the Battle of Rephidim. According to the biblical account, as long as Moses kept his hands raised, the Israelites were winning, but if they fell, they were losing ground. So, Aaron and Hur, two of Moses' closest allies, came to his aid and supported his arms, ensuring that they remained elevated throughout the battle. This historical event holds significant religious and cultural significance for the Jewish and Christian faiths, symbolizing the importance of faith, perseverance, and unity in the face of adversity. The image of Moses with his arms raised has become an enduring symbol of strength and victory, inspiring countless works of art and literature throughout history. The exact date and location of this battle are not known, but it is believed to have taken place around 1446 BCE. The Israelites, who were enslaved in Egypt, had recently been freed by God and were making their way to the Promised Land. The Amalekites, a nomadic people, attacked them as they traveled through the wilderness, testing their resolve and determination. This photograph, from Mary Evans Picture Library, offers a unique glimpse into the rich history and symbolism of the Bible, providing a window into the past and a reminder of the enduring power of faith and unity.

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