This volume explores the fascinating narrative structure and thematic elements of Matthew 8-9 which typologically present Jesus as the 'New-Moses' leading his people out of eschatlogical exile. This typology is created using imagery of Jesus' healing diseases which find their antecedent in the Mosaic legal suit of Deut 28-30, and Matthew's explicit citation of Isa. 53, in which the Servant is predominantly envisioned as a Mosaic figure. The intervening call narratives brings a reconstitution of the twelve tribes. The author concludes by exploring the possible rationale and motivation for Matthew's typological association of Jesus with Moses.