Today we reviewed the story of Musa’s (a) competition with the magicians of Egypt.
Musa (a) threw his staff to the ground again and the dragon ate all the other props that the magicians brought to the competition.
The magicians and the spectators were in awe of the true power of God that they had witnessed and the magicians recognized that the power of Musa (a) was not magic.
My son wanted to know if the magicians were good or bad. I told him that we would see for sure in the next chapter.
Image: this is a figure from Egyptian art in a posture of adoration or true appreciation of divine power.
Please share your ideas for teaching children about the lives of the prophets.