After 7 days of consecration, Moses commands Aaron and his sons to make offerings at the alter. Fire appears and consumes the offerings.
Yahweh commands Moses to assemble Aaron and his son’s for their ordination as priests. Moses completes the ordination as Yahweh commands.
Yahweh instructs the Israelites to prepare the fellowship offering. A portion of the fellowship offering is for the priests.
Yahweh instructs the Israelites to make a sacrifice as restitution for unintentional sin.
Yahweh Instructs the Israelites to offer an animal as thanks, giving the fat, liver and kidneys – the best portions – to Yahweh. The remaining meat will be shared with the priests. The blood and fat is never to be eaten.
Yahweh gives instructions for how Aaron and his sons will be consecrated and offerings made to make them and the altar holy. Aaron’s descendants will be the priests.
Yahweh tells Moses to bring the elders of Israel to meet him on Mount Sinai. Moses has the Israelites make offerings. Moses and Joshua go onto the mountain and stay 40 days and 40 nights.
Yahweh gives instructions to Moses and Aaron for the Israelites to prepare a meal and mark their houses with blood. He kills all the firstborn humans and livestock in Egypt, passing over the homes marked with blood. The Israelites prepare to leave Egypt, collecting gold, silver and clothing from their neighbors and preparing unleavened dough. Yahweh gives instructions to for future generations to celebrate this festival in remembrance.
Yahweh tells Moses that Pharaoh will see him as a god and Aaron as his prophet. Moses and Aaron preform wonders for Pharaoh and his officials. Pharaoh refuses to believe.
Moses is wracked with doubt at Yahweh’s request that he go to Pharaoh and demand the release of the Israelites.