The Wilderness Of Sin In Israelite's

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While reading Exodus 17:1-7, one will begin to understand the fear and anxiety God’s people have been developing throughout their journey in the “wilderness of Sin.” This account of the Israelite’s, presents us with an opportunity to give a voice of our fears in abandonment. It also presents a visual on how the many ways God responds to us when we are in need, or for lack of a better term, thirsty in the wilderness. In Exodus 17, the Israelites are thirsty for water because they have been wondering through the wilderness for quite some time now. At Rephidim, there was no water for the Israelites to drink, therefore they began to quarrel and try Moses and God. Moses interprets the Israelite’s quarreling to be a test of God, but in relation,
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