name in the Hebrew language is "Moshe." The individual Hebrew letters literally
translate to: M SH H. If you read them backwards, as a reflection, these letters spell HaShem (H SH M). This means "the name."
HaShem is a title of God. It is the term that many religious Jews pronouce in place of God's sacred name when reading the Bible, just as we use the phrase "the Lord." This is significant because there is no name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved other than Yeshua's (Jesus') (Acts 4:12). Yeshua (Jesus) is HaShem - The Name. Therefore, it should not be a surprise when it becomes evident that nearly everything Moses did is a shadow or reflection of God Himself and the Messiah, who is this One God. If fact, God told us through Moses that this would be the case: "The LORD your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among you, from your countrymen, you shall listen to him."
Like Moses, Jesus: