Moses grew up in Egypt, but his parents were Israelites. Once he killed an Egyptian and had to 1_from the country. He hid himself in the desert. In the 2_Moses found a job as a shepherd. One day, as he was tending his sheep on Mount Horeb, he saw an 3_sight: a bush which seemed to be on fire. Yet there was no smoke, and the bush was not 4_. Out of the 5_bush a voice spoke: "I am the God of your fathers. I have seen the 6_of my people in Egypt. I have come down to bring them to a 7_land, land flowing with milk and honey. Moses, my 8_, I send you to Pharaoh so that you may lead my people out of Egypt." It was God speaking, there could be no 9_about it, and Moses bowed until his face touched the ground. "Who am I," he cried, "that I should appear before Pharaoh?" "I am God," said the voice, "and I have sent you. Now go. And 10_I will be with you." The voice ceased and there was only the wind on the 11_ mountain, and the bush was only a bush with Moses kneeling before it.
Phrasal Verb "To carry"
1. to carry on = a) to continue doing something. Carry on. You're doing fine.
Carry on with what you were doing.
b) to continue going in the same direction.
Turn left at the traffic lights and carry on up the High Street.
2. to carry out = to do a particular piece of work.
To carry out an experiment (inquiry, inspection, investigation, research, survey, test, study, etc.)
I expect my instructions to be carried out promptly.
3. to carry through = to complete something that was planned, often despite difficulties.
It's a tough job and we're relying on you to carry it through.
4. to carry sb through = to make it possible for someone to deal successfully with a difficult or unpleasant situation.
It was my parents' support that carried me through this crisis.