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Why did Moses flee to the land of Midian?
Last Updated: 23rd March, 2020
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Besides, what did Moses do while in Midian?
In the Bible Midian was the son of Abraham. Moses spent 40 years in voluntary exile in Midian after killing an Egyptian. There, he married Zipporah, the daughter of Midianite priest Jethro (also known as Reuel). Jethro advised Moses on establishing a system of delegated legal decision-making.
Furthermore, who did Moses live with in Midian? Jethro
In this manner, how long did it take Moses to get from Egypt to Midian?
If only the Jewish people hadn't skipped that class while enslaved in Egypt, perhaps it wouldn't have taken them 40 years to arrive at the Promised Land. It seems, however, that God had other plans for our ancestors.
Where is Biblical Midian today?
Midianite, in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), member of a group of nomadic tribes related to the Israelites and most likely living east of the Gulf of Aqaba in the northwestern regions of the Arabian Desert.