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This set teaches the four important Exodus "water and wilderness" episodes: Red Sea Crossing, Bitter Water Made Sweet, Manna from Heaven, and Water from the Rock. We fear and doubt --God saves and guides. We complain --God gives. We get angry --God forgives. God leads us through the wilderness --we should follow in faith.
This set, formerly known as "Moses: Sea and Sand," has been completely rewritten.
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. This forum includes the stories from the Red Sea through the Sinai and towards the Promised Land (stories which are scattered across or repeated in Ex/Lev/Num/Deut). Some lessons here include the Red Sea story as their starting point. This forum includes: Manna, Marah, Rock of Horeb, Tabernacle, Spies, and the Israelites wandering toward the Promised Land.
NOTE: Some Red Sea stories are include in the Moses/Pharaoh forum. The Ten Commandments stories are not included in this forum, and instead, have their own forum.
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