Other than Elijah and Enoch (who never actually died), Moses' death would be the most extraordinary one recounted in the Bible, and his life one of the most extraordinary as well. Moses dies in the presence of God and was buried by Him (or His angels).
We can learn things about our own life and death, through this record of Moses'.
Moses had a definite appointment with death. Though we likely won't know the exact day, like Moses did, we too will receive that summons one day.
Though Moses went to death with regrets for past sins, he also went to his death confident of the mercy, grace, and forgiveness of God.
Moses died within sight of the Promised Land, a figure of heaven - just like we can look past death to heaven.
God Himself attended Moses' death, and He will be there for every believer when their time comes - not in this life like He did with Moses, but in the next.
God wrote Moses' epitaph, and He is ready to write ours as well - well done, good and faithful servant.
Moses' death was temporary, just like ours will be.
In our NT passage, Stephen knew the same - and he faced his death with courage, and with the grace to forgive the very ones who killed him.
Tomorrow's Bible In a Year Passage passage: Obadiah; Acts 8:1-25