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His military victories consolidated the territory of Syria-Canaan and expanded the territories controlled by Egypt to include the Sinai Peninsula.

He established military garrisons along the trade route known as "The Way of the Sea," the international highway that extended up the coast of the Mediterranean, and an Egyptian military presence in the vassal states left in place to govern locally.

He was a fierce and merciless warrior, the greatest military leader Egypt ever produced.In this lesson, we will be discussing the possibility that Pharaoh Tuthmoses III is the unnamed pharaoh who ordered the murder of the Israelite babies because he wanted to diminish the military threat of the growing numbers of the Israelites: We must take precautions to stop them from increasing any further, or if war should break out, they might join the ranks of our enemies (Ex ).But, in Exodus we are introduced to women who risked everything to make the righteous choice, thereby cooperating in God's plan of salvation: These are the first in a long line of biblical heroines whose acts of bravery and self-sacrifice are recorded in the other Bible books: Rahab the brave prostitute of Jericho, the judge and prophetess Deborah who led the armies of Israel into battle against the army of the Canaanites, Ruth the faithful Moabitess, Hannah the mother of the prophet Samuel, Judith the defender of her people, and Queen Esther, who like the Hebrew midwives in Exodus chapter one, saved her people by using her intelligence to outwit a wicked and powerful man, to name only a few.Moses as a "Type" of Christ In the books of Exodus and Deuteronomy Moses becomes a "type" of Jesus Christ.The Biblical Heroine In Exodus chapter 2 the biblical heroine enters the stage of salvation history.

In the chapters of the Genesis narrative we were introduced to women who either played a passive role or who refused to be submissive to God's plan.We warmed to Rebekah in her cheerful willingness to be helpful to a stranger and her courage in agreeing to leave her family for a foreign land to marry Isaac, a man she did not know.And yet her decisiveness that so endeared her to us in the beginning was tarnished by her cunning plan to deceive her husband and the terrible consequences of her deception in contributing to the disunity of her family.Eve is remembered for her childlike willfulness in disobeying God's command to not eat from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.Sarah grew weary of waiting on God's plan to give her children and encouraged her husband to father a child by another woman, a decision she came to deeply regret.Moses was 120 when he died just prior to the conquest of Canaan after having spent 40 years leading the children of Israel, and the earlier forty years living in Midian (Acts ), which would place Moses' birth in c. According to the timeline estimate in Exodus lesson #1, that would place Moses' birth during the reign of Amenhotep III's great-grandfather, the Pharaoh Tuthmoses III.