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  • Moses then told Aaron everything the LORD had commanded them to do and say. And he told him about the miraculous signs they were to perform. - Exodus 4:28

  • So Moses and Aaron returned to Egypt and called the leaders of Israel to a meeting. - Exodus 4:29

  • Aaron told them everything the LORD had told Moses, and Moses performed the miraculous signs as they watched. - Exodus 4:30

  • The leaders were soon convinced that the LORD had sent Moses and Aaron. And when they realized that the LORD had seen their misery and was deeply concerned for them, they all bowed their heads and worshiped. - Exodus 4:31

  • After this presentation to Israel's leaders, Moses and Aaron went to see Pharaoh. They told him, "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: `Let my people go, for they must go out into the wilderness to hold a religious festival in my honor.' " - Exodus 5:1

  • But Aaron and Moses persisted. "The God of the Hebrews has met with us," they declared. "Let us take a three-day trip into the wilderness so we can offer sacrifices to the LORD our God. If we don't, we will surely die by disease or the sword." - Exodus 5:3

  • As they left Pharaoh's court, they met Moses and Aaron, who were waiting outside for them. - Exodus 5:20

  • So Moses went back to the LORD and protested, "Why have you mistreated your own people like this, Lord? Why did you send me? - Exodus 5:22

  • "Now you will see what I will do to Pharaoh," the LORD told Moses. "When he feels my powerful hand upon him, he will let the people go. In fact, he will be so anxious to get rid of them that he will force them to leave his land!" - Exodus 6:1

  • So Moses told the people what the LORD had said, but they wouldn't listen anymore. They had become too discouraged by the increasing burden of their slavery. - Exodus 6:9

  • Then the LORD said to Moses, - Exodus 6:10

  • "But LORD!" Moses objected. "My own people won't listen to me anymore. How can I expect Pharaoh to listen? I'm no orator!" - Exodus 6:12

  • But the LORD ordered Moses and Aaron to return to Pharaoh, king of Egypt, and to demand that he let the people of Israel leave Egypt. - Exodus 6:13

  • Amram married his father's sister Jochebed, and she bore him Aaron and Moses. (Amram lived to be 137 years old.) - Exodus 6:20

  • The Aaron and Moses named in this list are the same Aaron and Moses to whom the LORD said, "Lead all the people of Israel out of the land of Egypt, division by division." - Exodus 6:26

  • This is the same Moses who had argued with the LORD, saying, "I can't do it! I'm no orator. Why should Pharaoh listen to me?" - Exodus 6:30

  • Then the LORD said to Moses, "Pay close attention to this. I will make you seem like God to Pharaoh. Your brother, Aaron, will be your prophet; he will speak for you. - Exodus 7:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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