Exodus 41 Moses's rod is turned into a serpent.6 His hand is leprous.10 He is loath to be sent.13 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.29 The people believe them. 31; 2:14; 3:18; Jer 1:6; Eze 3:14; Ac 7:25 a rod.17,20; Ge 30:37; Le 27:32; Ps 110:2; Isa 11:4; Mic 7:14 it became.17; 7:10-15; Am 5:19 put forth.Ge 22:1,2; Ps 91:13; Mr 16:18; Lu 10:19; Ac 28:3-6And he put.Joh 2:5 That they.1; 3:18; 4:31; 19:9; 2Ch 20:20; Isa 7:9; Joh 5:36; 11:15,42; 20:27,31the Lord.3:15; Ge 12:7; 17:1; 18:1; 26:2; 48:3; Jer 31:3; Ac 7:2 leprous as snow.Nu 12:10; 2Ki 5:27 it was turned.Nu 12:13,14; De 32:39; 2Ki 5:14; Mt 8:3 if they.30,31; Isa 28:10; Joh 12:37that they.De 32:39; 2Ki 5:7; Job 5:18 the water.7:19shall become. Heb. shall be, and shall be. blood.1:22; 7:19-25; Mt 7:2 eloquent. Heb. a man of words.1; Job 12:2; 1Co 2:1-4; 2Co 10:10; 11:6heretofore. Heb since yesterday, nor since the third day.slow of speech. 6:12; Jer 1:6; Ac 7:22 Ge 18:14; Ps 51:15; 94:9; 146:8; Isa 6:7; 35:5,6; 42:7; Jer 1:6,9Eze 3:26,27; 33:22; Am 3:6 Ps 25:4,5; 32:9; 143:10; Isa 49:2; 50:4; Jer 1:9; Mt 10:19,20Mr 13:11; Lu 11:1; 12:11,12; 21:14,15; Joh 14:26; Eph 6:19 send.1; 23:20; Ge 24:7; 48:16; Jud 2:1; 1Ki 19:4; Jer 1:6; 20:9Eze 3:14,15; Jon 1:3,6; Mt 13:41; Joh 6:29wilt send. or, shouldest. anger.2Sa 6:7; 1Ki 11:9; 1Ch 21:7; Lu 9:59,60; Ac 15:28; Php 2:21cometh.17; 1Sa 10:1-7; Mr 14:13-15; 2Co 2:13; 7:6,7; 1Th 3:6,7 and put.7:1,2; 2Sa 14:3; Isa 51:16; 59:21and I.Nu 22:38; 23:5,12,16; De 18:18; Isa 51:16; Jer 1:9; Mt 28:20Lu 21:15; 1Co 11:23; 15:1will teach.De 5:31 7:1,2; 18:19; Ps 82:6; Joh 10:34,35 2; 7:9,19; 1Co 1:27 Jethro. Heb. Jether.3:1Let me go.1Ti 6:1and see.Ge 45:3; Ac 15:36Go in peace.1Sa 1:17; Lu 7:50; Ac 16:36In the LXX. and Coptic, the following addition is made to this verse: [Meta de tas Lemeras tas pollas ekeinas eteleutésen ho basileus Aigyptou,] "After these many days, the king of Egypt died." This was probably an ancient side-note, which crept into the text, as it appeared to throw light on the next verse. Midian.A country in Arabia Petræa, on the eastern coast of the Red Sea, near Mount Sinai. This place is still called by the Arabs the Land of Midian, or of Jethro. Abulfeda, speaking of Midian, says, "Madyan is a city, in ruins, on the shore of the Red Sea, on the opposite side to Tabuc, from which it is distant about six days' journey. At Midian may be seen the famous well at which Moses watered the flocks of Shoâib, (Jethro.) This city was the capital of the tribe of Midian in the days of the Israelites." for all.2:15,23; Mt 2:20 the rod of God.2,17; 17:9; Nu 20:8,9 wonders.3:20I will harden.7:3,13; 9:12,35; 10:1,20; 14:8; Ge 6:3; De 2:30-33,36; Jos 11:201Ki 22:22; Ps 105:25; Isa 6:10; 63:17; Joh 12:40; Ro 1:28; 9:18Ro 11:8-10; 2Co 2:16; 2Th 2:10-12; 1Pe 2:8 Israel.19:5,6; De 14:1; Jer 31:9; Ho 11:1; Ro 9:4; 2Co 6:18; Heb 12:23Jas 1:18 11:5; 12:29; Ps 78:51; 105:36; 135:8 the inn.Ge 42:27The account in this and the two following verses, although rather obscure, seems to imply, that on their way to the land of Egypt, an angel appeared to Moses, and sought to kill his son, on account of his father's non-observance of the Lord's positive command to Abraham, that every man child of the Jewish nation, or born in his house in servitude, should be circumcised on the eighth day; and the Zipporah, at the command of Moses, immediately fulfilled the injunction, and thus averted the wrath of God, denounced against the disobedient: "The uncircumcised man child, whose flesh of his foreskin is not circumcised, that soul shall be cut off from his people." Ge 17:14the Lord.3:18; Nu 22:22,23; 1Ch 21:16; Ho 13:8sought.Ge 17:14; Le 10:3; 1Ki 13:24 a sharp stone. or, knife.Jos 5:2,3cast it. Heb made it touch. a bloody.2Sa 16:7 26 Go into.14-16; Ec 4:9; Ac 10:5,6,20the mount.3:1; 19:3; 20:18; 24:15-17; 1Ki 19:8kissed him.Ge 29:11 told Aaron.8,9,15,16; Jon 3:2; Mt 21:29and all.11-13 3:16; 24:1,11 And Aaron.16did the.2-9 believed.8,9; 3:18; Ps 106:12,13; Lu 8:13visited.3:16; Lu 1:68looked.2:25; 3:7bowed.12:27; Ge 17:3; 24:26; 1Ch 29:20; 2Ch 20:18
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