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Poole's Exodus 3 Outline: Moses Face-to-Face with Jesus Christ



Moses keeping Jethro’s flock, cometh to mount Horeb, 1. There God appears to him in a burning bush, 2. Moses beholds it, 3. God calls to him out of the burning bush, 4; cautions him what to do, 5, 6. God seeth their afflictions, 7; promises them a happy deliverance, 8; sends Moses to Pharaoh, 10. He desires to be excused because unworthy, 11. God encourages him, 12, and directs him what to say to the children of Israel, 13, 14; makes his name known to Moses, 15; commands him to gather the elders of Israel, 16; and what he was to say to them, 17; likewise to Pharaoh, 18. Pharaoh’s obstinacy, 19. God threatens the Egyptians, 20; and tells Moses with what plenty the Israelites should depart, 21, 22.

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
Jun 22, 2019

Charles Hodge's Systematic Theology: 'In Exodus 3 we have the account of the revelation of God to Moses on Mount Horeb. "The angel of the LORD," it is said, "appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush." And Moses turned to see this great sight, "and when Jehovah saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him, out of the midst of the bush ... and said, Draw not nigh hither: put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground. Moreover he said, I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob…


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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
Jun 22, 2019


Matthew Henry: 'As prophecy had ceased for many ages before the coming of Christ, that the revival and perfection of it in that great prophet might be the more remarkable, so vision had ceased (for aught that appears) among the patriarchs for some ages before the coming of Moses, that God's appearances to him for Israel's salvation might be the more welcome; and in this chapter we have God's first appearance to him in the bush and the conference between God and Moses in that vision. Here is, I. The discovery God was pleased to make of his glory to Moses at the bush, to which Moses was forbidden to approach too near, verses 1-5. II. A general declaration o…

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