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6:9 Moses related this to the Israelites, but because of their disappointment and hard work, they would no longer listen to him.
Vayedaber Moshe ken el-beney Yisra'el velo sham'u el-Moshe mikotser ruach ume'avodah kashah.
6:10 God spoke to Moses, saying,
Vayedaber Adonay el-Moshe lemor.



Commentary:

disappointment
  Literally, 'short spirit.' Alternatively, 'impatience,' or 'broken spirit.' See Numbers 21:4, Micah 2:7, Proverbs 14:29.

God spoke...
  This is the first time that this expression is used. It is the expression used to introduce most of the commandments.





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