Moses the mountain trekker

Moses climbed Mount Sinai, about 2285 meters at least eight times. It was not an adventure trip, but a spiritual exercise to receive God’s commandments.
Treasured possession: God spoke to Moses about making a covenant with the Nation of Israel, a treasured possession, a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. (Exodus 19:2-7)
Commitment: Moses takes the message of acceptance by the Children of Israel. (Exodus 19:7-8)
Consecration of Israel: God spoke to Moses, and he descended and consecrated the Nation for the Lord’s appearance. The Lord descends in fire and there is thunder and lightning. (Exodus 19:10-19)
Do not speak to us: The fourth time Moses was summoned by the Lord along with Aaron (Exodus 19:20-25). God then delivered the Ten Commandments audibly to the whole nation; Israel was scared and asked Moses to speak and not the Lord directly. (Exodus 20:10)
Law revealed: Moses approached God in ‘thick darkness’ (Exodus 20:21) and God revealed various laws. (Exodus chapters 21-23).
Fellowship: Moses went along with Aaron, his sons Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy elders of Israel. They built an altar, set up twelve pillars representing twelve tribes of Israel; and offered burnt and fellowship offerings. (Exodus 24: 1,4,7) Moses stays back to receive the Ten Commandments on two tablets prepared by God Himself. (Exodus 24:12) Joshua accompanies him. For six days there was a cloud they could not approach or enter. Then God called Moses to be in the cloud with Him for 40 days and 40 nights. (Exodus 24:18) The Lord also gave instructions regarding the Ark of Covenant and Tabernacle. (Exodus 24 to 31). As Moses and Joshua descend, they witness Aaron and the people worshiping the golden calf. Moses breaks the Ten Commandments. (Exodus 32:19)
Intercession: Moses climbs again to intercede for Israel to forgive them or remove his name from the ‘Book of Life.’ (Exodus 32:32)
God writes: As God commanded Moses went with two tablets of stone. (Exodus 34:1-2) Moses fasted without bread and water for 40 days and 40 nights to receive God’s written Ten Commandments. His face was radiant as he came down. (Exodus 34:28-30)
Am I faithful like Moses?