Pathfinder Church | October 10, 2021 | Doug Mauss Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible, led God’s people for decades, and even came down from heaven to visit Jesus on earth (Matt. 17:3). Yet Moses was routinely angered by the “stiff-necked people” God asked him to lead. In his youth, he lashed out at injustice, accidentally killing a guard. He broke the tablets of the Ten Commandments in his wrath. And his anger problems culminated in his last days, when he performed a miracle in frustration, with a consequence that God forbade him from entering the promised land.