The Lord said to Moses that he would see what God would do to Pharaoh when he let Israel go under compulsion. As Lord, He appeared to Abraham, established His covenant, gave the Hebrew people Canaan, and heard His people groaning because of their Egyptian bondage. God's great judgments redeemed the sons of Israel from burdens and bondage to be His people so they would know Him as Lord. They did not listen to Moses because of their despondency and cruel bondage (Ex. 6:1-9). God compels authorities to do justice and relieves you of burdens and bondage so you can know Him.
The Lord told Moses to tell Pharaoh to let Israel leave Egypt. Moses reasoned to God that neither Pharaoh nor Israel listened to him since was unskilled in speech. The Lord charged Moses and Aaron to bring Israel out of Egypt (Ex. 6:10-13). God commands you to speak His word regardless of your skill level.
The ancestral heads of Moses and Aaron's households included the sons of Levi: Gershon, Kohath and Merari. One son of Kohath was Amran who married his father’s sister Jochebed. She bore Aaron and Moses who spoke to Pharaoh about bringing Israel out of Egypt (Ex. 6:14-27). Your family of origin affects your destiny.
The Lord told Moses to speak everything He said to Pharaoh. Moses said to the Lord, "Behold, I am unskilled in speech; how then will Pharaoh listen to me?" God empowers you with the Holy Spirit to speak all He tells you without fear.
Considering the content in this passage, how has God prepared you for your special purpose?