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Weights and Measures

Each person was allowed an omer of manna. Manna was the special bread which God made for the children of Israel.

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What sets us apart is not of our doing...

Moses’ words in the Book of Exodus could not prove any more true than for us, as Christians: “For your presence among us sets your people and me apart from all other people on the earth.” (ex. 143 more words


God Provides Food From Heaven for the Children of Israel

The children of Israel complain to Moses that there is no food. Moses confronts God who says that he will rain down food from heaven. But, there is a condition. 246 more words

Book Of Exodus

Ancient Chinese Community Celebrates Its Jewish Roots, and Passover

Becky Davis reports: Over the remains of the Chinese-style Passover banquet – soups with bamboo and huge chunks of fresh tofu, steamed fish and platters of crisp greens in mustard sauce – Li Penglin, 16, lifted a glass of Israeli wine from his place at the head table. 468 more words

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Mini-Book Review: Sivertsen's The Parting of the Sea

Book: Sivertsen, Barbara J. The Parting of the Sea: How Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Plagues Shaped the Story of Exodus (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009).

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Old Testament History

Inspired by the Old Testament

Two weeks ago, I sat with my bible and a cup of Assam tea while reading through the Old Testament (OT) book of Deuteronomy.  I am following a chronological reading plan by George Guthrie.   1,097 more words

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The Children of Israel Complain to Moses

The children of Israel now complain to Moses because they are hungry.

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  • What is the difference between being hungry and starving?
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