God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse - Let My People Go Summary & Analysis

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Let My People Go Summary

The Sermon "Let My People Go" opens with God calling Moses from a burning bush. In the second stanza God tells Moses from the bush that it is God who is speaking to him. Moses is commanded to take off his shoes because the ground there is holy. When God tells Moses again in stanza three that it is God himself who is speaking to Moses, Moses hides his face.

In stanza four God describes how He has been watching how badly the Hebrew people are treated by their Egyptian captors. God has decided to relieve the Hebrews of their suffering and lead them to the land of Canaan. He has chosen Moses to convince Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go free. In stanza five Moses tries to offer excuses why he is not equipped to do...

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