Wilderness

Wilderness

 
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  • Leaving Succoth, they camped at Etham on the edge of the wilderness. - Exodus 13:20


  • Then Pharaoh will think, `Those Israelites are confused. They are trapped between the wilderness and the sea!' - Exodus 14:3


  • Then they turned against Moses and complained, "Why did you bring us out here to die in the wilderness? Weren't there enough graves for us in Egypt? Why did you make us leave? - Exodus 14:11


  • Didn't we tell you to leave us alone while we were still in Egypt? Our Egyptian slavery was far better than dying out here in the wilderness!" - Exodus 14:12


  • Then Moses gave them this command from the LORD: "Take two quarts of manna and keep it forever as a treasured memorial of the LORD's provision. By doing this, later generations will be able to see the bread that the LORD provided in the wilderness when he brought you out of Egypt." - Exodus 16:32


  • The Israelites arrived in the wilderness of Sinai exactly two months after they left Egypt.*1 - Exodus 19:1


  • But I will not do this all in one year because the land would become a wilderness, and the wild animals would become too many to control. - Exodus 23:29


  • So Gideon said, "After the LORD gives me victory over Zebah and Zalmunna, I will return and tear your flesh with the thorns and briers of the wilderness." - Judges 8:7


  • Then Gideon took the leaders of the town and taught them a lesson, punishing them with thorns and briers from the wilderness. - Judges 8:16


  • So they ran toward the wilderness, but the Israelites chased after them and killed them. - Judges 20:42


  • The survivors fled into the wilderness toward the rock of Rimmon, but Israel killed five thousand of them along the road. They continued the chase until they had killed another two thousand near Gidom. - Judges 20:45


  • So the angel took me in spirit* into the wilderness. There I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast that had seven heads and ten horns, written all over with blasphemies against God.1 - Revelation 17:3


  • The LORD gave these instructions to Moses on Mount Sinai when he commanded the Israelites to bring their offerings to the LORD in the wilderness of Sinai. - Leviticus 7:38


  • The goat chosen to be the scapegoat will be presented to the LORD alive. When it is sent away into the wilderness, it will make atonement for the people. - Leviticus 16:10


  • He is to lay both of his hands on the goat's head and confess over it all the sins and rebellion of the Israelites. In this way, he will lay the people's sins on the head of the goat; then he will send it out into the wilderness, led by a man chosen for this task. - Leviticus 16:21


  • After the man sets it free in the wilderness, the goat will carry all the people's sins upon itself into a desolate land. - Leviticus 16:22


  • "The man chosen to send the goat out into the wilderness as a scapegoat must wash his clothes and bathe in water. Then he may return to the camp. - Leviticus 16:26
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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