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In this chapter we have,

I. The discovery God was pleased to make of his glory to Moses at the bush, ver. 1-5.

II. A general declaration of God's goodwill to his people, who were beloved for the Father's sake, ver. 6.

III. A particular notification of God's purpose concerning the deliverance of Israel out of Egypt.

1. He assures Moses it should now be done, ver. 7-9.

2. He gives him a commission to act in it as his ambassador both to Pharaoh, ver. 10, and to Israel, ver. 16.

3. He answers the objection Moses made of his own unworthiness, ver. 11, 12.

4. He gives him full instructions what to say, both to Pharaoh and to Israel, ver. 13-18.

5. He tells him before-hand what the issue would be, ver. 14-22.

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