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The ongoing effort to free the Israelites from bondage hit another snag today as Moses reportedly whipped out his trusty guitar and started jamming the tune "Pharaoh, Pharaoh" in the royal court. Sources say this has caused the Pharaoh's heart to become hardened even further.
The ongoing effort to free the Israelites from bondage hit another snag today as Moses reportedly whipped out his trusty guitar and started jamming the tune "Pharaoh, Pharaoh" in the royal court. Sources say this has caused the Pharaoh's heart to become hardened even further.
 
After God miraculously supplied the Israelites with water, the Israelites asked if Moses could possibly strike another rock to make it pour forth Sunny D.
After God miraculously supplied the Israelites with water, the Israelites asked if Moses could possibly strike another rock to make it pour forth Sunny D.
 
SINAI — As they wandered the wilderness, the Israelites brought complaints to Moses about their lack of food, water, and the guy who kept saying, "At least we're getting our steps in!"
SINAI — As they wandered the wilderness, the Israelites brought complaints to Moses about their lack of food, water, and the guy who kept saying, "At least we're getting our steps in!"
 
Historians at the revered University of Edinburgh have announced new findings that have led them to believe God chose Aaron to speak to Pharaoh because Moses talked like Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Historians at the revered University of Edinburgh have announced new findings that have led them to believe God chose Aaron to speak to Pharaoh because Moses talked like Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
 
Moses, who led God's chosen people out of the land of Egypt, reportedly asked God to part the waters of the Red Sea again real quick after he realized he must have dropped his sunglasses in the midst of the waters.
Moses, who led God's chosen people out of the land of Egypt, reportedly asked God to part the waters of the Red Sea again real quick after he realized he must have dropped his sunglasses in the midst of the waters.
 
Another set of stone tablets — purportedly bearing the commandments of God — was shattered to pieces after Moses walked in on an impromptu drag queen party being held by his people.
Another set of stone tablets — purportedly bearing the commandments of God — was shattered to pieces after Moses walked in on an impromptu drag queen party being held by his people.
 
Moses delivered the Lord's command to Israel that every family must gather a double portion of Chick-fil-A on Saturday, knowing that none may be gathered on the Sabbath.
Moses delivered the Lord's command to Israel that every family must gather a double portion of Chick-fil-A on Saturday, knowing that none may be gathered on the Sabbath.
 
According to a recently uncovered ancient diary, Biblical scholars now believe that we may now know the words Moses spoke after leading the Israelites out of Egypt and fleeing Ramses with his army.
According to a recently uncovered ancient diary, Biblical scholars now believe that we may now know the words Moses spoke after leading the Israelites out of Egypt and fleeing Ramses with his army.
 
Nautical archaeologists have at last discovered the exact location of where the Israelites crossed the Red Sea, having found a rock reading "Moses Wuz Here".
Nautical archaeologists have at last discovered the exact location of where the Israelites crossed the Red Sea, having found a rock reading "Moses Wuz Here".
 
It feels inevitable, that one day Cam Newton will take our breath away again.
It feels inevitable, that one day Cam Newton will take our breath away again.
 
Mr. Corby Peyton Moses, age 23, a resident of Washington, NC died Sunday June 24, 2018
Mr. Corby Peyton Moses, age 23, a resident of Washington, NC died Sunday June 24, 2018
 
I have bunches of images from my travels across North Carolina, many that I have never shared. Often, my travel partner (my wife, Lynn, and I ) like to take hikes to rather remote places and we take pictures: me with my Canon DSLR, and she with her fine phone's camera.
I have bunches of images from my travels across North Carolina, many that I have never shared. Often, my travel partner (my wife, Lynn, and I ) like to take hikes to rather remote places and we take pictures: me with my Canon DSLR, and she with her fine phone's camera.
 
In July the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published the Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings for over 3,500 hospitals nationwide.
In July the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published the Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings for over 3,500 hospitals nationwide.
 
This is the nineteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
This is the nineteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
 
This is the eighteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
This is the eighteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
 
Mr. Moses Hill, 64, of Emily Court, Chocowinity, died Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.
Mr. Moses Hill, 64, of Emily Court, Chocowinity, died Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.
 
"Game changer." "Anchor." "New brand for Greensboro." "Cool." If these terms describing a forthcoming project in Greensboro sound familiar, it's because the Gate City seems to have a lot of similar plans under way these days.
"Game changer." "Anchor." "New brand for Greensboro." "Cool." If these terms describing a forthcoming project in Greensboro sound familiar, it's because the Gate City seems to have a lot of similar plans under way these days.
 
The Blue Ridge Mountains have remained an iconic natural trait of North Carolina. The most prominent and the highest point on the mountain range is Grandfather Mountain, peaking at 5,964 feet.
The Blue Ridge Mountains have remained an iconic natural trait of North Carolina. The most prominent and the highest point on the mountain range is Grandfather Mountain, peaking at 5,964 feet.
 
In 1899, two brothers, natives of the western mountains of North Carolina, opened Watagua Academy, the precursor of Appalachian State University.
In 1899, two brothers, natives of the western mountains of North Carolina, opened Watagua Academy, the precursor of Appalachian State University.
 
On this date in 1771, two large groups of armed North Carolinians were camped about six mile away from each other in what is now Alamance County.
On this date in 1771, two large groups of armed North Carolinians were camped about six mile away from each other in what is now Alamance County.
 
Mr. Allen Moses Peterson Jr., 73, a resident of 235 Landing Road, Swan Quarter, died Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011.
Mr. Allen Moses Peterson Jr., 73, a resident of 235 Landing Road, Swan Quarter, died Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011.
 
It's probably just me, but every time that I travel to the northwest mountains of North Carolina it rains ... often with impunity. This was the unremarkable case on my last remarkable visit to the Boone area.
It's probably just me, but every time that I travel to the northwest mountains of North Carolina it rains ... often with impunity. This was the unremarkable case on my last remarkable visit to the Boone area.
 
Kenneth Woodard Wilkinson, 84, passed away May 17, 2011, at Moses Cone Hospital. A memorial service celebrating his life will be held Saturday, June 4, 2011, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel at First Presbyterian Church, on North Elm Street in Greensboro, with visitation following the service.
Kenneth Woodard Wilkinson, 84, passed away May 17, 2011, at Moses Cone Hospital. A memorial service celebrating his life will be held Saturday, June 4, 2011, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel at First Presbyterian Church, on North Elm Street in Greensboro, with visitation following the service.
 
Mrs. Virginia Kincaid Moses, 82, a resident of Plymouth, N.C., died Saturday, May 14, 2011.
Mrs. Virginia Kincaid Moses, 82, a resident of Plymouth, N.C., died Saturday, May 14, 2011.
 
The Blue Ridge Parkway running along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains offers the wandering aventurers: panoramic vistas, sunny mountain meadows, and hiking trails of varying difficulty.
The Blue Ridge Parkway running along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains offers the wandering aventurers: panoramic vistas, sunny mountain meadows, and hiking trails of varying difficulty.
 
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