Exodus 6 is a turning point where God reaffirms His covenant and appoints Moses as leader.
God’s Promise (Exodus 6:1-9)
God assures Moses of deliverance from Egypt. He reaffirms His covenant with their forefathers.
Despite initial doubt, God encourages trust. Moses conveys hope to the despondent Israelites.
Moses’ Commission (Exodus 6:10-13)
God commissions Moses to demand Israel’s release from Pharaoh. Moses finds strength in God’s reaffirmation.
Genealogy of Moses and Aaron (Exodus 6:14-30)
The chapter authenticates Moses and Aaron’s leadership roles through genealogy.
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