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Exodus 4:10 Then Moses said to the LORD, "Please, Lord, I have never been eloquent, neither recently nor in time past, nor since Thou hast spoken to Thy servant; for I am slow of speech and slow of tongue."

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      10-13. I am not eloquent--It is supposed that Moses labored under a natural defect of utterance or had a difficulty in the free and fluent expression of his ideas in the Egyptian language, which he had long disused. This new objection was also overruled, but still Moses, who foresaw the manifold difficulties of the undertaking, was anxious to be freed from the responsibility.

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Brief Summary: The LORD gives signs to Moses, Aaron is chosen as a spokesman, The Children of Israel are the LORD's firstborn and must be released to serve Him, Zipporah circumcises his son, Moses and Aaron lead in worship.

Outline
1 Moses' rod is turned into a serpent
6 His hand becomes leprous
10 He is loath to be sent
14 Aaron is appointed to assist him
18 Moses departs from Jethro
21 God's message to Pharaoh
24 Zipporah circumcises her son
27 Aaron is sent to meet Moses
31 The people believe them

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Ancient Customs
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slow of speech
slow tongue
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circumcision
bowed their heads
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Ancient Topics
rod of God

Ancient People
God, Moses, Aaron, Jethro, Zipporah, elders

Geography
Midian
Egypt

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The Exodus of the Hebrews

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Exodus Resources

Moses and the Exodus
The Giving of the Law
The Tabernacle
The Wilderness Wanderings