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Exodus Chapter 7 Commentary: Moses and Aaron

Exodus Chapter 7 Commentary: In the ancient land of Egypt, where the mighty Nile flowed and the Pharaoh ruled with an iron fist, a great story unfolded—a story that resonates deeply with the African spirit and its rich complexity of history and culture. This is the story of Exodus, a tale of liberation, faith, and the power of the divine.

As we delve into the seventh chapter of Exodus, we witness the unfolding of a battle between Moses. Moses, a man chosen by the Great Spirit, and Pharaoh, the ruler of Egypt. The stage is set, and the clash of wills begins. It is a battle not only between two men, but between the oppressive forces that seek to keep a people enslaved and the relentless spirit of freedom that burns within the hearts of the oppressed.

Blood and Water

Moses, a descendant of the Hebrew (Bantu) people, stands before Pharaoh as a representative of his people, demanding their release. The Great Spirit speaks through Moses, empowering him with signs and wonders. These signs and wonders were to demonstrate the might and authority behind his words. Through Moses, the Great Spirit manifests the power of the Nile turning to blood, sending a clear message to Pharaoh that he holds dominion over all creation.

In the face of such a display of power, one would expect Pharaoh to relent, to acknowledge the divine presence and the injustice of his actions. Yet, his heart remains hardened, stubbornly clinging to the false belief in his own divinity. Pharaoh’s refusal to yield to the voice of justice and compassion becomes a testament to the arrogance and tyranny that can consume those in positions of power.

Message of Liberation

As the Nile waters turn to blood, the life force of Egypt is tainted, and its people suffer. Yet, in the midst of this turmoil, there is a deeper purpose at play. The Great Spirit’s intention is not to inflict pain and suffering indiscriminately. Instead, to deliver a powerful message—a message of liberation, not only for the Bantu people but for all who yearn for freedom from oppression.

In African tradition, water holds great significance. It symbolizes life, sustenance, and the interconnectedness of all living beings. In 1 John 5:8, it says, “And there are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one.”

Water and blood are significant in life. About 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is water-covered, and the oceans hold about 96.5 percent of all Earth’s water. Water also exists in the air as water vapor, in rivers and lakes, in icecaps and glaciers, in the ground as soil moisture and in aquifers, and even in you and your dog (

Disrupting Natural Order

The transformation of the Nile into blood serves as a profound metaphor. It speaks to the disruption of the natural order, the upheaval necessary to challenge the established systems of oppression and ignite the flame of resistance.

As we reflect on Exodus chapter 7, we are reminded of the strength and tireless faith of the Abantu people. They endure the plagues, trusting in the promises of the Great Spirit, even when their circumstances seem bleak.

Strength in the House of Akobe

This unwavering faith echoes the strength and determination of countless African communities throughout history. Not only African communities but also often untold or unassociated Gentile communities as well. There are many peoples who have faced unimaginable hardships with an unyielding spirit and an unshakable belief in a brighter future.

Exodus chapter 7 is a chapter that speaks to the universal struggles of humanity, resonating deeply within the African experience. It is a testament to the power of faith, the pursuit of justice, and the imperishable spirit of liberation. It reminds us that in the face of apparently insurmountable odds, the divine presence can guide and empower us to overcome, rise above, and reclaim our freedom.

The Land of Shem

Unfortunately for us who trusted and went along with modern theology and scripture, unbeknownst to us all, all of this story takes place in the land of Shem. The land of Shem is otherwise known as the continent of Africa. The land of Canaan is in the southern parts of Afrika.

This is the land given to the house of Akobe, and to their fathers, Isaaka and Abram. 

Old maps are confirming the way, the Spirit of the Great Creator is leading the way. He is toppling lies and things of no profit.

Visit our series Unprofitable Lies. We are rewriting the narrative of the scriptures, putting back what was taken out, and taking out what was erroneously placed in the ancient scrolls.


Minister Koko


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