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Wesley's Notes on the Bible
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Four instances of the return of God's favour we have in this chapter.

I. The orders he gives to Moses to come up to the mount the next morning, and bring two tables of stone with him, ver. 1-4.

II. His meeting him there, and the proclamation of his name, ver. 6-9.

III. The instructions he gave him there, and his converse with him forty days, ver. 10-28.

IV. The honour he put upon him when he sent him down with his face shining, ver. 29-35. In all which God dealt with Moses as a mediator between him and Israel, and a type of the great Mediator.

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