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Q. What then happened ?
all the host of the Egyptians. Exod. xiv,
27, 28. Q. What did Moses and the children of Israel then do? A. They sung a song of praise unto the Lord.
Exod. xv, 1. Q. How long did they travel in the wilderness without find
ing water? A. Three days. Exod. xv, 22. Q. Where did they come ? A. To Marah. Exod. xv, 23. Q. What kind of water did they find here ? A. Bitter. Q. Against whom did the people murmur? A. Moses. Exod. xv, 24. Q. What did he do? A. He cried unto the Lord. Exod. xv, 25. Q. How did he answer his prayer? A. He showed him a tree, which when he had
cast it into the waters, they became sweet. Q. Where did they next come? A. To Elim. Exod. xv, 27. Q. What did they find here? 4. Twelve wells of water and seventy palm
trees. 8. What would such a place in the desert be called ? A. An oasis.
Question. Into what wilderness did the Israelites enter after
leaving Elim? Answer. The wilderness of Sin. Exod. xvi, 1. Q. What did the people do here? A. They murmured against Moses and Aaron.
Exod. xvi, 2. Q. For what did they say they had been led out into the
wilderness? A. To be killed with hunger. Exod. xvi, 3. Q. What did the Lord say to Moses that he would do? A. That he would rain bread' from heaven for
them. Exod. xvi, 4. Q. On what day should there be twice as much as
usual? A. On the sixth day. Exod. xvi, 5.
Q. Why was this?
gathering it on the Sabbath. Q. What flesh was provided for them? Ă. God caused quails to come to the camp
every evening. Exod. xvi, 13. Q. How did He supply them with bread ? Ă. He caused it to fall miraculously upon the
earth. Exod. xvi, 14. Q. What name did the Israelites give to it? A. Manna. Exod. xvi, 15. Q. What was its appearance ? A. It was a small round thing, white, and like
coriander seed. Exod. xvi, 31. Q. What was its taste ? Ă. Like wafers made with honey. Q. How often was it gathered ? A. Every day excepting on the Sabbath. Exod.
xvi, 26. Q. Did any fall on the Sabbath ? A. There did not. Exod. xvi, 27. Q. What did Moses command Aaron to do? A. To take a pot full of the manna, and lay it up
before the Lord. Exod. xvi, 33. Q. For what purpose ? A. To be kept as a testimony of the miracle for
For forty years. Exod. xvi, 35.
Water. Exod. xvii, 1.
Q. What did the Lord tell Moses to do?
he stretched over the Red Sea. Exod. xvii,
5, 6. Q. What then happened ? Å. Moses did so, and waters gushed forth. Q. Who came to fight with Israel here? A. Amalek. Exod. xvü, 8. Q. Who commanded Israel ? A. Joshua. Exod. xvii, 9, 10. Q. What did Moses do ? Ă. He stood upon a neighboring height and
prayed. Q. What happened while Moses lifted up his hands and
prayed ? A. Israel prevailed. Exod. xvii, 11. Q. Who held up his hands? A. Aaron and Hur. Q. Who were victorious ? A. The Israelites. Exod. xvii, 13. Q. Who came to visit Moses in Rephidim? A. Jethro, his father-in-law. Exod. xviii, 1–5. Q. Whom did he bring with him ? A. The wife and sons of Moses. Q. What did Moses tell Jethro ? A. All that the Lord had done unto Pharaoh
and the Egyptians. Exod. xviii, 8. Q. How was Jethro affected ? A. He rejoiced for all the goodness which the
Lord had done to Israel. Exod. xviii, 9. Q. What officers did Jethro advise Moses to appoint? A. Able men, such as fear God; men of truth,
hating covetousness; to be rulers over hun. dreds, fifties, and tens. Exod. xviii, 21.
Q. What were they to do?
tween the people.
Question, Whither did the children of Israel come from
Rephidim ? Answer. To the wilderness of Sinai. Exod. xix, 1. Q. Where did they encamp? A. Before the mount. Exod. xix, 2.