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It would be easy to go on and on with what was missing or remade in Scott's image, but this probably would not be as helpful as encouraging people to go back to the Scriptures and read the Book of Exodus, imagining for themselves the mystery of how things may have happened.
The Book of Exodus begins the story of Israel's enslavement in Egypt.
In the book of Exodus, 20:5, one of the commandments says: "You shall not worship them [other gods] or serve them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, on the third and the fourth generations of those who hate Me.
Chapter 16 of the book of Exodus in the Bible also mentions the quail, a small, ground-dwelling bird often found around patches of vegetation in the desert, and gives detailed descriptions of the manna, which appeared on the ground once the morning sun had dried up the dew, ".
The God Who Makes Himself Known: The Missionary Heart of the Book of Exodus.
This religious holiday commemorates the story of the Exodus as described in the Hebrew Bible especially in the Book of Exodus.
Based on a plant resin called galbaruun mentioned in the Book of Exodus, Untitled is a startlingly forward, sharp-elbowed scent full of bitter pine and metal, almost argumentative in its refusal to accede to conventional notions of olfactory beauty.
An errant mistranslation from the Book of Exodus had Michelangelo depicting Moses with horns.
It received its name from the first biblical word of the famous Song of the Red Sea in the book of Exodus (14:30), around which its author organized the midrashic output--"Thus the Lord saved (va-Yosha).
He used the phrase from the Book of Exodus during First Minister's Questions when he was asked by SNP MSP Rod Campbell what advice he would give the Prime Minister when they next meet.
He said the law is based on a "theological construct" found in the Book of Exodus but noted that not all biblical scholars accept this interpretation.
Just last week in the synagogue, we read the story from the beginning of the book of Exodus, about 70 Jews who accompanied Jacob as they made their way to join Joseph and live in Egypt.