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90 Day Challenge Day 6

Read Exodus 15:19 – 28 (Chapter 28 that is…)


  • Wandering in the Wilderness
  • God provides:  water, manna, quail
  • Sabbath observance
  • Water in the Rock
  • Wilderness skirmish with Amalek
  • Reunion with Jethro, good advice
  • Moses meets God on Sinai
  • The 10 Commandments
  • Various laws

Trivia Question: What does Massah and Meribah mean? Where is it referred to in the New Testament?

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  1. OK…massah means testing and meribah means quarreling. It is referenced again in Hebrews 3:8 “Today if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts as you did in the rebellion, during the time of testing in the desert.” The Holy Spirit admitted that he was angry with the Israelites when they tested and tried Him, and therefore they were never able to enter the promised land.

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