The Jewish Calendar and Holidays (incl. Sabbath): Passover: Moses in the Haggadah:
Why is Moses' name hardly mentioned in the Haggadah?
Moses' arguments with Pharaoh, and his bringing all
the plagues on the Egyptians, didn't result in the
Exodus until G-d Himself stepped in and smote the
firstborn. As the Haggadah emphasizes, that plague
wasn't brought about by an emissary: "I and not a
messenger". The one mention of Moses in the Haggadah,
"They believed in Ha-Shem and in Moses his servant",
emphasizes that Moses played a secondary role. The
emphasis teaches us that we mustn't rely on human
leaders even if they are as great as Moses; we must
trust that our redemption will come from G-d Himself.
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