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After delivering the Israelites from slavery in Egypt, God had to teach them how to live and journey with Him. Centuries of Bondage had taken a toll on His chosen people, and He worked patiently to turn their hearts to Him--despite their chronic rebellion and incessant grumbling.
So how could the Israelites possibly question whether God was among them? They knew without a shadow of a doubt--they had seen His presence, hears His voice, and eaten the food He provided. Yet they were still inclined to act as if they had never gotten the memo!
Roy Gane fills in background details that help us understand their wilderness experience and God's sometimes puzzling decisions. Not surprisingly, our journey parallels that one of the Israelites--and we too must learn those same lessons before we enter the Promised Land.
Roy Gane is a professor of Hebrew Bible and ancient Near Eastern languages and director of the Ph.D./Th.D. and M.Th. religion programs at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. He and his wife, Connie, a Mesomotamian Archaeologist, live in Berrien Springs, Michigan, with their daughter Sarah.
1. One Nation Under God
2. A Holy People
3. Serving God
4. Getting Ready to Move
5. Challenges on the Way
6. Snatching Defeat From the Jaws of Victory
7. Crisis Over Leadership
8. Coping With Danger and Death
9. Failure and Success
10. Weapon of Mass Destruction
11. Weapons of Mass Distraction
12. A New Generation
13. Looking in the Rearview Mirror While Moving Ahead
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