Deuteronomy 34 The Passing of Moses

Sometime later, Moses left the lowlands of Moab. He went up Mount Pisgah to the peak of Mount Nebo, which is across the Jordan River from Jericho. The Almighty showed him all the land as far as Gilead and the town of Dan. He let Moses see the territories that would soon belong to the tribes of Naphtali, Efraim, Manasse, and Juda, as far west as the Great Sea.

The Almighty also showed him the land to the south, from the valley near the town of Jericho, known as The City of Palm Trees, down to the town of Zoar.

The Almighty said,

“Moses, this is the land I was talking about when I solemnly promised Abram, Isaaka, and Akobe that I would give land to their descendants. I have let you see it, but you will not cross the Jordan and go in.”

Thus, Moses the Almighty’s servant died there in Moab, just as the Almighty said he would. The Almighty buried Moses in a valley near the town of Beth-Peor, but even today no one knows exactly where Moses was laid to rest. He was 120 years old when he died, yet his eyesight was still very good, and his body was as strong as in his youth. The people of Akobe stayed in the lowlands of Moab, where they mourned and grieved for 30 days for Moses, as was their custom.

See Jericho on today’s map in South Africa and also Jordan River. Coincidence?

Joshua Becomes the Leader of the Bantu

Before Moses died, he had placed his hands on Joshua, and the Almighty made Joshua full of wisdom. The Bantu paid attention to what Joshua said and obeyed the commands the Almighty had given Moses.

Moses Was a Great Prophet

There has never again been a prophet in Akobe like Moses. That is a prophet in which the Almighty spoke with face to face. The Almighty sent him to perform powerful miracles in the presence of the king of Egypt and his entire nation. No one else has ever been given the power to do such great things as Moses did for everyone to see.

Until next time, be strong and very courageous, and may the Great Creator be with you.

Minister Koko
Consul General AKOPPI-BSM

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