Moses and Aaron ask Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go and worship the Lord. In response, Pharaoh stops providing straw for the bricks, yet demands the same quota. The Israelite officers complain to Pharaoh and rebuke Moses for bringing such trouble upon them.
Moses, with his wife and two sons, all travel back to Egypt. On the way, he nearly loses his life because he failed to circumcise his son. Aaron meets him. They gather the elders of Israel who believe the goods news and worship God.
Moses grows up and sees an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, so he kills him. When the deed is discovered, Moses muist flee to Midian. There he meets Reuel, a Midianite priest. Meanwhile, the children of Israel groan and cry out to God.