Moses Meets the Great Creator, I AM that I AM: Exodus 3

Welcome back to the Unprofitable Lies saga, correcting the lies within the scriptures with authentic Bantu documents and scrolls. Let’s continue with the story of Moses in the land of Egypt, which is northeast in the land of Shem, we call Africa today.

Moses, now in the land of Midian, became a shepherd of the flock that belonged to Jethro, his father-in-law who was also the priest of Midian. Leading the flock to the backside of the desert, he arrived at the awe-inspiring mountain known as Horeb (correctly spelled and pronounced Goreb, the dwelling place of the Great Creator.

One day, as Moses tended to his flock, an angel of the Great Spirit appeared to him in a remarkable sight. A bush engulfed in flames caught his attention, yet it remained unconsumed by the fire’s fierce embrace. Curiosity sparked within Moses, and he decided to approach the bush to uncover the mystery.

From within the flames, the voice of the Great Creator called out to Moses, saying his name twice. Trembling with reverence, Moses responded, “Here am I.” The Great Creator commanded him to remove his shoes, for the ground on which he stood was holy.

Moses Visited by the Great Spirit

The Great Spirit revealed Himself as the Great Creator of Moses’ father, the Great Creator of Abramshem, the Great Creator of Isaaka, and the Great Creator of Akobe. Overwhelmed, Moses hid his face, for he was afraid to gaze directly upon the Great Creator.

The Great Spirit spoke to Moses, expressing His awareness of the affliction endured by His people in Egypt and their cries for deliverance. He declared His intention to rescue them from the grip of the Egyptians and lead them to a land of abundance, flowing with milk and honey. This land would be the inheritance of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites given to Abram, Isaaka, and Akobe.

Moved by compassion, the Great Creator desired Moses to act as His instrument of liberation. He instructed Moses to approach Pharaoh, delivering the message of the Great Creator’s command to release the children of the Bantu from bondage in Egypt. Overwhelmed by the weight of the task, Moses questioned his worthiness for such a mission. He tried hard to run from the mission.

You Will Return to This Mountain

With assurance, the Great Creator promised to be with Moses, providing tokens of His divine presence. He assured Moses that once the people were freed from Egypt, they would worship the Great Creator on the very mountain where this encounter took place.

Moses expressed his concern about the people’s demand to know the name of the Great Creator who sent him. In response, the Great Creator revealed the profound statement, “I Am That I Am,” which in Zulu or Xhosa is expressed as “SoNini NaNini,” and in paleo Hebrew as “Ahayah aser Ahayah.” In Minister Koko’ native language, Ibibio, it is spoken as “Ami Ndi se Ami Ndi.” This was the name the Great Creator, Abasi Ibom, gave Moses to share with the children of Akobe.

Furthermore, the Great Creator commanded Moses to inform the elders of the Bantu about this encounter and their impending deliverance. Moses was to assure them that the Great Creator of their ancestors, Abram, Isaaka, and Akobe, had appeared to him and heard their cries.

Back to the Land of Canaan Very Soon

The Great Creator pledged to bring the people out of Egypt, to a land flowing with milk and honey, which belonged to the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites.

Moses was instructed to approach the king of Egypt, alongside the elders of the Bantu, and request a three-day journey into the wilderness to sacrifice to the Great Spirit, their Eternal Father. Though Moses was certain that the king would resist, the Great Creator promised to display His wonders and strike Egypt with His mighty hand.

As a result, the Egyptians would favor the departing Bantu, and they would not leave empty-handed, for the people would borrow precious possessions from their neighbors, enriching themselves before departing, even taking garments to adorn their sons and daughters, thus fulfilling the Great Creator’s prophecy.

This is the Abantu saga of Moses, the encounter with the Great Creator, and the mission to liberate the children of the Bantu from the clutches of Egypt. It is a story of divine intervention, faith, and the promise of a brighter future.

Moses and the burning Bush
Moses looks upon the Angelic Burning Bush

To be continued…

Written by Minister Koko

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