In this chapter we are informed how that the Lord appeared to Moses in
a bush on fire, but not consumed, \\#Ex 3:1-6\\, declared unto him that
he had seen and observed the afflictions of the children of Israel,
and was determined to deliver them, \\#Ex 3:7-9\\, that he gave him a
call to be the deliverer of them, answered his objections to it, and
instructed him what he should say, both to the elders of Israel and to
Pharaoh, \\#Ex 3:10-18\\, and assured him, that though at first Pharaoh
would refuse to let them go, yet after many miracles wrought, he would
be willing to dismiss them, when they should depart with great
substance, \\#Ex 3:19-22\\.