Josephus, Book 3 finishing Book 3 and looking at types and shadows with an overview 4 of the Antiquities of the Jews
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The discussion has now moved through many of the Laws, the set up of the priestly garments, and a reference to more information on the symbolism of the temple and priestly decorations according to the Jewish sages. Josephus covers the blessings and mercies of God, and notes that the wilderness rebellion and murmurings led to corrections and miracles through God's mercies.  Josephus tends to set the accounts of Moses beseeching God tends to be a story of Moses making promises, and then asking God to back him up... Some of those situations are noted in the Bible, but many of those situations are initiated by God, not Moses, according to the Bible itself.  
e priestly garments, and a reference to more information on the symbolism of the temple and priestly decorations according to the Jewish sages. Josephus covers the blessings and mercies of God, and notes that the wilderness rebellion and murmurings led to corrections and miracles through God's mercies.  Josephus tends to set the accounts of Moses beseeching God tends to be a story of Moses making promises, and then asking God to back him up... Some of those situations are noted in the Bible, but many of those situations are initiated by God, not Moses, according to the Bible itself.  His accounts tend to shadow human thinking down through time, and even today.

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