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In this chapter,

I. God satisfies Moses as to his complaints, ver. 1.

II. He gives him fuller instructions what to say to the children of Israel, ver. 2-8. but to little purpose, ver. 9.

III. He sends him again to Pharaoh, ver. 10, 11. But Moses objects against that, ver. 12. upon which a strict charge is given to him and his brother, to execute their commission with vigour, ver. 13.

IV. An abstract of the genealogy of the tribes of Reuben and Simeon, to introduce that of Levi, that the pedigree of Moses and Aaron might be cleared, ver. 14-27

V. A repetition of the preceding story, ver. 28-30.

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