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Moses at the Burning Bush

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G‑d met Moses in a burning bush, and requested that he become His messenger to take the Israelites out of Egypt.
A Taste of Text—Shemot
When confronted with a situation that seems hopeless, don’t resign yourself to inactivity with the excuse that the little you can do can’t possibly make a difference.
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G-d reveals Himself to the humble. But what is humility?
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A bush is on fire but it is not consumed. A nation is killed time and time again -- but it does not die...
Why was Moses told to "remove your shoes from your feet" before approaching tha hallowed ground of the Burning Bush?
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