SEV Biblia, Chapter 7:1 Â¶ El SEÑOR dijo a Moisés: Mira, yo te he constituido por dios del Faraón, y tu hermano Aarón será tu profeta.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 7:1 Verse 1. I have made thee a god] At thy word every plague shall come, and at thy command each shall be removed. Thus Moses must have appeared as a god to Pharaoh.
Shall be thy prophet.] Shall receive the word from thy mouth, and communicate it to the Egyptian king, ver. 2.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - God glorifies himself. He makes people know that he is Jehovah. Israe is made to know it by the performance of his promises to them, and the Egyptians by the pouring out of his wrath upon them. Moses, as the ambassador of Jehovah, speaking in his name, laid commands upo Pharaoh, denounced threatenings against him, and called for judgment upon him. Pharaoh, proud and great as he was, could not resist. Mose stood not in awe of Pharaoh, but made him tremble. This seems to be meant in the words, Thou shalt be a god unto Pharaoh. At length Mose is delivered from his fears. He makes no more objections, but, being strengthened in faith, goes about his work with courage, and proceed in it with perseverance.
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