Fire Unable to Destroy Israel

“The LORD’s angel appeared to [Moses] in the heart of a fire, in the middle of a thorn-bush. [Moses] realized that the bush was on fire, but was not being consumed.” (Exodus 3:2)

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Author: Zev S. Itzkowitz

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Bible reference(s): Exodus 3:2

Source: Zev S. Itzkowitz (ed.), A Byte of Torah, Volume IV, Issue XII.

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