SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:14 Entonces el SEÑOR se enojó contra Moisés, y dijo: Â¿No conozco yo a tu hermano Aarón, levita, y que él habla bien? Y aun he aquí que él te saldrá a recibir, y viéndote, se alegrará de su corazón.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 4:14 Verse 14. And the anger of the Lord was kindled against Moses] Surely this would not have been the case had he only in modesty, and from a deep sense of his own unfitness, desired that the Messiah should be preferred before him. But the whole connection shows that this interpretation is unfounded.
Is not Aaron the Levite thy brother?] Houbigant endeavours to prove from this that Moses, in ver. 13, did pray for the immediate mission of the Messiah, and that God gives him here a reason why this could not be, because the Levitical priesthood was to precede the priesthood of our Lord. Is not Aaron the Levite, &c. Must not the ministry of Aaron be first established, before the other can take place? Why then ask for that which is contrary to the Divine counsel? From the opinion of so great a critic as Houbigant no man would wish to dissent, except through necessity: however, I must say that it does appear to me that his view of these verses is fanciful, and the arguments by which he supports it are insufficient to establish his point.
I know that he can speak well.] awh rbdy rbd yk yt[dy yadati ki dabber yedabber hu, I know that in speaking he will speak. That is, he is apt to talk, and has a ready utterance.
He cometh forth to meet thee] He shall meet thee at my mount, (ver. 27,) shall rejoice in thy mission, and most heartily co-operate with thee in all things. A necessary assurance, to prevent Moses from suspecting that Aaron, who was his elder brother, would envy his superior call and office.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-17 - Moses continued backward to the work God designed him for; there wa much of cowardice, slothfulness, and unbelief in him. We must not judg of men by the readiness of their discourse. A great deal of wisdom an true worth may be with a slow tongue. God sometimes makes choice of those as his messengers, who have the least of the advantages of art of nature, that his grace in them may appear the more glorious. Christ' disciples were no orators, till the Holy Spirit made them such. God condescends to answer the excuse of Moses. Even self-diffidence, when it hinders us from duty, or clogs us in duty, is very displeasing to the Lord. But while we blame Moses for shrinking from this dangerou service, let us ask our own hearts if we are not neglecting duties mor easy, and less perilous. The tongue of Aaron, with the head and hear of Moses, would make one completely fit for this errand. God promises I will be with thy mouth, and with his mouth. Even Aaron, who coul speak well, yet could not speak to purpose, unless God gave constan teaching and help; for without the constant aid of Divine grace, the best gifts will fail.
Original Hebrew ויחר 2734 אף 639 יהוה 3068 במשׁה 4872 ויאמר 559 הלא 3808 אהרן 175 אחיך 251 הלוי 3881 ידעתי 3045 כי 3588 דבר 1696 ידבר 1696 הוא 1931 וגם 1571 הנה 2009 הוא 1931 יצא 3318 לקראתך 7125 וראך 7200 ושׂמח 8056 בלבו׃ 3820