8668. And Moses told his father-in-law all that Jehovah had done to Pharaoh and to the Egyptians. That this signifies perception then from truth Divine concerning the power of the Lord's Divine Human against those who were in falsities and infested, is evident from the signification of "Moses told," as being perception from truth Divine (that "to tell" denotes to perceive, see n. 3209; and that "Moses" denotes truth Divine, n. 6752, 6771, 7010, 7014, 7382); from the representation of Moses' father-in-law, as being the Divine good from which is good conjoined with truth Divine (see n. 8643, 8644); from the signification of "all that Jehovah had done," as being those things which were done for the sons of Israel in Egypt and afterward in the wilderness. And as these things in the internal sense involve the things which were done for those who were of the Lord's spiritual church, and who were detained in the lower earth until the Lord glorified the Human in Himself, therefore by these words is signified perception concerning the power of the Lord's Divine Human. (That they who were of the Lord's spiritual church were detained in the lower earth and were saved by the power of the Lord's Divine Human, see n. 6854, 7035, 7091, 7828, 8018, 8054, 8099, 8321.) And from the representation of Pharaoh and the Egyptians, as being those who were in falsities and infested (n. 7097, 7107, 7110, 7126, 7142, 7220, 7228, 7317).