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Pharaoh had bid Moses get out of his presence, chap. x, 28. and Moses had promised this should be the last time he would trouble him, yet he refuses to say out what he had to say, before he left him. Accordingly we have in this chapter,

I. The instructions God had given to Moses, which he was now to pursue, ver. 1, 2. together with the interest Israel and Moses had in the esteem of the Egyptians, ver. 3.

II. The last message Moses delivered to Pharaoh, concerning the death of the first-born, ver. 4-8.

III. A repetition of the prediction of Pharaoh's hardening his heart, ver. 9. and the event answering it, ver. 10.

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