So Moses went back home to Jethro, his father-in-law. “Please let me return to my relatives in Egypt for I don’t even know if they’re still alive.”
“Go in peace,” Jethro said.
And before Moses left Midian, YAHUSHA said to him, “Quickly, return to Egypt, for all those who wanted to kill you are dead now.”
So Moses took his wife and sons, put them on a donkey, and headed back to the land of Egypt and In his hand he carried the shepherd’s stick of YAHUSHA.
And YAHUSHA told Moses, “When you arrive back in Egypt, make sure you go to the Pharaoh and do all the wonders that I put in your hand. But I will harden the Pharaoh’s heart so he will refuse to let the people go. Then you will tell him, ‘Yahuah says you should remember the firstborns Pharaoh, because Yisharal is HIS firstborn son and so I commanded you let my firstborn son go, so he can worship me.’ But now since you have refused, I will kill all your firstborn sons!’”
YAHUSHA DID NOT HARDEN THE PHARAOH’S HEART AND DECIDE HIS FATE FROM THE BEGINNING, FOR THE PHARAOH’S HEART WAS ALREADY HARDENED BASED ON HIS CRUEL TREATMENT OF YISHARAL OVER THE YEARS PRECEDING THIS EVENT. BUT YAHUSHA DEFINITELY TOOK OVER AND USED HIS STUBBORNNESS TO SHOW YISHARAL (AND EGYPT) HOW POWERLESS THEIR FALSE PAGAN DEITIES WERE.
And at a place where Moses and his family had stopped for the night, YAHUSHA confronted Moses regarding him not circumcising his son’s foreskin when he was a baby. And it looked like YAHUSHA was about to kill Moses, so his wife, Zipporah, took a very sharp stone and circumcised her son’s foreskin, throwing it at Moses’ feet in a rage. “ALL THIS OVER A STUPID BLOODY FORESKIN, BLOOD, BLOOD, BLOOD, ALWAYS BLOOD WITH YOU! WHAT IS IT WITH THIS ALAHIM AND BLOOD? WHAT A BLOOD-OBSESSED HUSBAND YOU ARE TO ME”(referring to the circumcision) and after that, YAHUSHA let Moses go.
YAHUSHA ESTABLISHED CIRCUMCISION AS THE CURRENT SIGN OF THE EVERLASTING BLOOD-COVENANT WITH ABRAHAM AND GAVE VERY SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS THAT ALL THE OFFSPRING OF ABRAHAM SHOULD (WITHOUT EXCEPTION) BE CIRCUMCISED. SO IT’S CLEAR THAT MOSES HADN’T CIRCUMCISED HIS SON AND THAT WAS THE REASON YAHUSHA WAS FURIOUS WITH MOSES BECAUSE THERE’S NO WAY HE COULD REPRESENT THE BLOOD-COVENANT IF HIS OWN FAMILY WASN’T SEALED PROPERLY. CLEARLY MOSES’ MIDIANITE WIFE ZIPPORAH TOOK ISSUE WITH THE PRACTICE OF CIRCUMCISION AND THAT’S WHY HE HADN’T CIRCUMCISED HIS FIRSTBORN. NOTICE HOW DISGUSTED SHE IS AT HAVING TO DO SUCH A THING TO HER SON, AND ALSO THAT MOSES WOULD ACTUALLY CHOOSE TO SERVE A DEITY THAT DEMANDED SUCH A THING, BECAUSE IN THOSE DAYS YOU COULD PICK AND CHOOSE WHICH DEITY YOU WANTED TO WORSHIP AND IF YOU DIDN’T LIKE CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS OF ONE IDOL, YOU COULD JUST PICK ANOTHER ONE.
Now YAHUSHA had told Aaron to go out into the wilderness to meet Moses, so he travelled to Midian, and met Moses on the Mountain of YAHUSHA (Horeb/Sinai) and he embraced and kissed him.
“Who do we have here?” Aaron said looking at Zipporah and the boys.
“This is my wife and sons who Yahuah has given me here in Midian.”
And Aaron looked very troubled and said, “Please, I beg you, don’t bring them back to Egypt, seriously, you have no idea the unimaginable cruelty happening to our people, you don’t want to take them there, trust me”.
So Moses embraced his family, kissed and reassured them, and sent Zipporah and his sons back to live with Jethro until he and Aaron had completed their mission and returned to them. Moses then told Aaron everything YAHUSHA had commanded him to say. And he told him about the miraculous signs YAHUSHA had instructed him to perform.
Then Moses and Aaron returned to Egypt and called all the elders of Yisharal together and Aaron told them everything YAHUSHA had told Moses, and Moses performed the miraculous signs as they watched in amazement. Then the people of Yisharal were convinced that YAHUSHA had sent Moses and Aaron.
And when they heard that the mighty Alahim of their fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob had finally come to visit them and that He’d seen the misery of their affiction, they fell down and wept, rejoicing.