Most of those miracles of Moses that are recorded in the Bible books other than Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy are summarized on this page.
(Note: I do not purple color-code every miraculous meeting of God with Moses, because almost everything would be purple if I did. Instead, I only purple color-code those meetings which I feel are the most distinctive.)
Leviticus chapters 1-7 and 11-27 These chapters give regulations governing religious rituals.
Leviticus chapters 8 and 9 Aaron and his sons become priests to God, and the beginning of their ministry is recorded.
Leviticus chapter 10 two of Aaron’s sons (Nadab and Abihu) make an offering to God in a way that God did not prescribe (often referred to as "The Offering of Strange Fire"). As a result, fire comes out from where God’s Presence is, and both sons are burned to death.
Aaron and his two remaining sons continue the priestly ministry after the death of Nadab and Abihu. Acting both as a representative for God and as Aaron’s brother, Moses advises Aaron and these other sons on how to deal with their grief so as to avoid bringing further wrath from God on themselves.
Psalm 77:15-20; Psalm 105:26-42; Psalm 106:7-33 David recalls the involvement of Moses in the Exodus, along with some of the miracles.
Psalm 99:6-7 David mentions how Moses, Aaron, and Samuel spoke with Yehovah (God), with God speaking to them from a cloud column.
Isaiah 63:11-14 Isaiah recalls the involvement and miracles of Moses during the Israelite crossing of the Red Sea.
Malachi 4:4 Yehovah (God) reminds Israel of how God gave His Laws to Moses at Mount Horeb.
Matthew 17:1-13; Mark 9:2-13; Luke 9:28-36 Moses and Elijah appear before a transformed Jesus, whose face was shining like the sun; and Moses and Elijah speak with Jesus. According to Luke 9:31, the three were discussing the death of Jesus which was coming soon (This transformation is often referred to as a “transfiguration”; and the place where it occurred is often referred to as the “Mount of Transfiguration”).
Acts 7:20-44 Stephen gives a brief summary of the life and miracles of Moses.
1 Corinthians 10:1-13 Paul recalls the involvement of Moses in the Exodus, along with many of the miracles.
2 Corinthians 3:7-4:6 Paul mentions the glory that caused the miraculous glowing of the face of Moses.
Hebrews 8:1-6 Paul writes that the Tabernacle, built according to the instructions given by Moses, is a copy of the Tabernacle in Heaven.
Hebrews 11:23-29 Paul recalls the faith and some of the miracles in the life of Moses.
Jude 9 The archangel Michael had a dispute with the devil regarding the corpse of Moses.
This completes the summary.
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