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  • I will remember my ancient covenant with their ancestors, whom I brought out of Egypt while all the nations watched. I, the LORD, am their God." - Leviticus 26:45

  • One day in midspring,* during the second year after Israel's departure from Egypt, the LORD spoke to Moses in the Tabernacle* in the wilderness of Sinai. He said,1 - Numbers 1:1

  • The LORD gave these instructions to Moses in early spring,* during the second year after Israel's departure from Egypt, while he and the rest of the Israelites were in the wilderness of Sinai:1 - Numbers 9:1

  • One day in midspring,* during the second year after Israel's departure from Egypt, the cloud lifted from the Tabernacle of the Covenant.*2 - Numbers 10:11

  • Then the foreign rabble who were traveling with the Israelites began to crave the good things of Egypt, and the people of Israel also began to complain. "Oh, for some meat!" they exclaimed. - Numbers 11:4

  • "We remember all the fish we used to eat for free in Egypt. And we had all the cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, and garlic that we wanted. - Numbers 11:5

  • "And tell the people to purify themselves, for tomorrow they will have meat to eat. Tell them, `The LORD has heard your whining and complaints: "If only we had meat to eat! Surely we were better off in Egypt!" Now the LORD will give you meat, and you will have to eat it. - Numbers 11:18

  • You will eat it for a whole month until you gag and are sick of it. For you have rejected the LORD, who is here among you, and you have complained to him, "Why did we ever leave Egypt?" ' " - Numbers 11:20

  • So that place was called Kibroth-hattaavah--"the graves of craving"--because they buried the people there who had craved meat from Egypt. - Numbers 11:34

  • Going northward, they passed first through the Negev and arrived at Hebron, where Ahiman, Sheshai, and Talmai--all descendants of Anak--lived. (The ancient town of Hebron was founded seven years before the Egyptian city of Zoan.) - Numbers 13:22

  • Their voices rose in a great chorus of complaint against Moses and Aaron. "We wish we had died in Egypt, or even here in the wilderness!" they wailed. - Numbers 14:2

  • "Why is the LORD taking us to this country only to have us die in battle? Our wives and little ones will be carried off as slaves! Let's get out of here and return to Egypt!" - Numbers 14:3

  • Then they plotted among themselves, "Let's choose a leader and go back to Egypt!" - Numbers 14:4

  • "But what will the Egyptians think when they hear about it?" Moses pleaded with the LORD. "They know full well the power you displayed in rescuing these people from Egypt. - Numbers 14:13

  • Please pardon the sins of this people because of your magnificent, unfailing love, just as you have forgiven them ever since they left Egypt." - Numbers 14:19

  • not one of these people will ever enter that land. They have seen my glorious presence and the miraculous signs I performed both in Egypt and in the wilderness, but again and again they tested me by refusing to listen. - Numbers 14:22

  • I am the LORD your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt that I might be your God. I am the LORD your God!' " - Numbers 15:41
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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