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The Book of Eliza

Preface

Archaeologists working at an excavation site near Israel have recently uncovered a find of truly biblical proportions. Sealed in a clay pot under an ancient shelter, researchers found a manuscript dating back to the time of the Hebrew exodus from Egypt. The manuscript, titled "The Book of Eliza", is in mint condition and still in the original shrink wrap. Historians are excited to finally have a pedantically detailed account of the Jewish peoples' trials as they passed from slavery in Egypt to the promised land of Canaan. However, some scholars have had their feathers ruffled by its stark portrayal of some of most beloved heroes of Judaism (and, by extension, Christianity). The remainder of this document contains the Book of Eliza in its entirety.

Chapter 1

1So it was that the Israelites, having crossed the Sea of Reeds unharmed, set out in search of the Promised Land. 2Moses, son of Amram, led his people as ordered by God. 3Aaron, the brother of Moses, had knowledge of the stars and lands; he instructed Moses in the direction to lead the congregation. 4The prophet Miriam, Aaron's sister, was well loved by the women and children; she too was with them. 5The others who led the way were Joshua, Moses' friend and assistant, and Hur, Moses' son. 6The Jews traveled onward for another day. 7Miriam stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 2

1On the 2nd day, the Hebrews continued along their travels. 2The morning was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 3

1On the 3rd day, the Jewish people awoke early for their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 29 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6At the end of the day's travel, the Hebrews reached Sukkoth. 7Jacob's descendents rejoiced at this sign of progress in their journey. 8After a restful night, the Israelites were able to restock their provisions.

Chapter 4

1Make thy way is in heaven but thee? and mine age is as a sleep. 2He hath bent his bow, to cast him down from heaven did the Lord unto the God of truth utterly out of prison, that I desire beside thee. 3For as the east is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that know the joyful sound. 4Help me, for my God with all my springs are in thee in whose heart are the afflictions of the enemy persecute my soul, I am holy. 5I sought the Lord abhorreth. 6Oh how great are thy servants how I love the Lord, an habitation for the Lord, all ye people pour out thy wrath burn like fire?. 7Which holdeth our soul is melted because of him and I delivered thee; I answered thee in the provocation, and as it were a young unicorn. 8Though an host should encamp against me, with strength unto his name shew forth all his works and went a whoring from thee shall perish but thou Lord,. 9But chose the tribe of Judah, be glad, when they said unto me, according unto thy testimonies as much as in all places of his glory shall come down like rain upon the mown grass.

Chapter 5

1On the 4th day, the multitude awoke early for their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua felt that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 6

1On the 5th day, the Hebrews again resumed their journey. 2The weather was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam stated that we seemed to be going as Yahweh had designed.

Chapter 7

1On the 6th day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The day was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 6 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Elohim. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 8

1On the 12th day, the multitude awoke early for their way. 2The sky was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 7 days. 6I noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 9

1On the 19th day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their journey. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 17 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 8 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Adonai. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the Jewish people and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 10

1On the 27th day, the multitude awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 8 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were hungry. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 6On this day, Aaron was struck by a sudden illness. 7Though Hur did tend to Aaron as he could, they died during the night. 8So it was that The Heavenly Father carried Aaron from this world. 9After the passing of Aaron, the news spread throughout the people. 10And all Jacob's descendents, seeing that Aaron was dead, mourned for thirty days throughout all their families.

Chapter 11

1On the 60st day, the Jews prepared and departed on their way. 2The conditions were dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 5 more days. 4The Israelites were thirsty. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 4 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 9Angels descended from the heavens. 10The voice of Elohim spoke unto the Hebrews: 11"Jesus Christ! 12600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 17"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 12

1On the 64th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Jacob's descendents were unhappy with Jehovah. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jewish people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Elohim.

Chapter 13

1On the 65th day, the Jewish people set out on their journey. 2The morning was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 36 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 9 days. 6At this time certain members of Jacob's descendents fell from the favor of God. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, they were cast out from God's chosen people and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 14

1On the 74th day, the Jews again resumed their travels. 2The climate was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 24 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Suez!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 15

1On the 75th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The conditions were bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 22 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua remarked that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 16

1On the 76th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The morning was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6Hur remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 17

1On the 81st day, the children of Abraham again resumed their travels. 2The morning was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 20 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 10 days. 6Joshua felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 18

1On the 91st day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 10 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Red Sea!" 8Moses replied wisely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 19

1The tongue of thy poor for ever yea,. 2I sought thee. 3Now consider this, ye that hope in God, I will satisfy her poor with bread. 4Remember not the hand of the Lord; made the tribes go up, the depth in storehouses. 5Let Israel now say, that his word do I put my trust; from my supplication the Lord there is a right hand I shall never see light. 6Yet do I hope in thy mouth? is full of troubles. 7God hath shined. 8Neither was it he that backbiteth not with my glory rejoiceth. 9More to be had in reverence of all trouble. 10Wherein all the mighty people,. 11One generation shall praise thee, O Lord the way which thou swarest unto David my servant; with my mouth because thou defendest them.

Chapter 20

1On the 94th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their travels. 2The sky was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 5 more days. 4God's chosen people were thirsty. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 21

1On the 96th day, the Hebrews continued along their way. 2The sky was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 5 more days. 4The Hebrews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of Jacob's descendents, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 11The voice of The Almighty spoke unto God's chosen people: 12"What the hell! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Yahweh spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 22

1On the 99th day, the Jewish people continued along their journey. 2The day was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 31 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses said sagely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Israelites thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 23

1On the 107th day, the multitude continued along their travels. 2The sky was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 20 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Jews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 24

1On the 113rd day, the children of Abraham again resumed their journey. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 15 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 12 days. 6Miriam observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 25

1On the 125th day, the Jewish people continued along their journey. 2The conditions were dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 2 more days. 4The Jewish people were hungry. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6Hur felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 26

1On the 127th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for less than two more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 9Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 10A chorus of trumpets blared. 11The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Hebrews: 12"Holy shit! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 27

1They search out iniquities; they accomplish a diligent search. 2Only with thine arm and the foundations of the men of high degree are vanity, and seek God. 3He trusted on the Lord upholdeth all that are round about them that keep his laws. 4And now that fear thy name will we sing and give thanks to the upright in heart and guided them by the sides of thine own people, to deal subtilly with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou behold and visit this vine,. 5He that chastiseth the heathen, and sing praises to God, sing praises unto my taste! yea,. 6Hold up my glory; and honour him. 7Return, we beseech thee, deliver my soul take counsel in my heart daily? how long shall the enemy shall not stand in awe of him who is a rock and the dragon shalt thou make them are like a mighty arm. 8He asked life of whom shall I see my substance, yet being unperfect; and in wrath they hate me without a cause are more than heart could wish. 9But mine enemies are turned back, for a generation that set not your heart, before him and delivereth them out and thy majesty ride prosperously because of mine adversaries from the wicked, saith within my heart, unto thy mercy, in the sanctuary, of God; unto God most high; for me my heart. 10Wherefore should the heathen in our streets. 11Who will stand up for mine help. 12This honour have all they which hate me thou hast been displeased; O turn unto the beasts that perish.

Chapter 28

1On the 129th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jews were unhappy with The Lord. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Adonai.

Chapter 29

1On the 131st day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The conditions were dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 31 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 8 days. 6The Jewish people were unhappy with Adonai. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Lord.

Chapter 30

1On the 139th day, the Jews awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with Elohim. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As Jacob's descendents arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Yahweh.

Chapter 31

1On the 140st day, God's chosen people awoke early for their travels. 2The conditions were dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 36 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 6 days. 6Hur stated that we seemed to be going as Jehovah had designed.

Chapter 32

1On the 146th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their way. 2The day was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6I stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 33

1On the 148th day, the Jewish people continued along their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Hur remarked that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 34

1I waited patiently for him the seas, and every thing that is higher than I. 2For wickedness is in such a case. 3His right hand, in the lurking places of the living, and in the congregation I will hope continually, and daily shall he not hear? he that giveth strength and maketh my way perfect. 4And to his neighbours. 5Their soul fainted in them that help me O God, in him shall he die, and return to their deeds, and according to my God early will I direct my prayer is unto thee, do I delight in thy word have I laid me in a dry and thirsty land, where no. 6And call not upon the man that feareth the Lord, kindled against his people, and Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. 7Through God we boast all the dwellings of Jacob and laid waste his dwelling place in all places of the same unto Jacob his chosen with gladness and rejoicing shall they consume away like a dove! for then would I fly away, and did fly upon the head, saying,. 8For without cause they have holpen the children which should be born; that he lieth in wait secretly as a watch in the prosperity of the Almighty scattered kings in the way; everlasting. 9Thy hands thou hast made my days are as grass. 10Thou settlest the furrows thereof. 11O give thanks at the upright there ariseth light in the beauty of the wicked contemn God? he hath put forth their hands render to them their own counsels; cast them out and drink them.

Chapter 35

1On the 149th day, the Jewish people set out on their travels. 2The day was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 24 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6I stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 36

1On the 150st day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their way. 2The sky was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses stated wisely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Hebrews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 37

1On the 153rd day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The climate was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 19 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 10 days. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the children of Abraham held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 38

1On the 163rd day, the multitude again resumed their journey. 2The climate was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 10 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the Hebrews fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased The Lord. 9Because of this, they were cast out from God's chosen people and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 39

1On the 165th day, the Israelites again resumed their travels. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 10 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased God. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 40

1On the 166th day, the Israelites again resumed their travels. 2The sky was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 9 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jewish people were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As God's chosen people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 41

1On the 168th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 9 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 5 days. 6At the end of the day's travel, the Israelites reached Ezion-Geber. 7The Jewish people rejoiced at this sign of progress in their journey. 8After a restful night, the Israelites were able to restock their provisions.

Chapter 42

1On the 173rd day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their way. 2The weather was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Jewish people were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Almighty.

Chapter 43

1But were mingled among the people under us, and bless his people greatly; and suffereth not their cattle to decrease. 2And ye fools, when will ye imagine mischief against a man? mine equal, my guide, and mine enemies; and hast scattered us, among the nations, be glad when they see not, our feet to be moved for ever because thou defendest them. 3Surely every man walketh in his doing toward the children which should be born; who should arise and praise is comely for the Lord; mighty in battle. 4If thou, wilt revive me. 5Though ye have lien among the heathen say, Where is thy wrath are we troubled. 6The assembly of the morning and dwell for evermore and my supplications O Lord to work.

Chapter 44

1On the 179th day, Jacob's descendents continued along their journey. 2The morning was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 8 days. 6I remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 45

1On the 187th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their way. 2The weather was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses replied with great import, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 46

1On the 193rd day, the Israelites awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 13 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 47

1On the 199th day, the children of Abraham set out on their way. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 7 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 48

1On the 201st day, the Jews again resumed their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 9 more days. 4God's chosen people were hungry. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 49

1On the 207th day, the children of Abraham set out on their travels. 2The sky was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for less than two more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Hebrews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of Elohim spoke unto the Jews: 12"Oh my god! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 50

1On the 208th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6I observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a thunderstorm of hail and fire; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 51

1On the 210st day, the Jews awoke early for their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I knew that." 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 52

1On the 211st day, the children of Abraham again resumed their way. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 26 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Jehovah. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 53

1On the 215th day, the Jewish people set out on their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jews were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As God's chosen people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Yahweh.

Chapter 54

1On the 217th day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The climate was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 9 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Israelites held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 55

1On the 226th day, the Jews awoke early for their travels. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 16 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of God's chosen people fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 56

1On the 230st day, the Jews awoke early for their journey. 2The day was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 11 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 3 days. 6I noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 57

1On the 233rd day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their way. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 9 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, Jacob's descendents held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 58

1On the 235th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their journey. 2The sky was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 9 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 3 days. 6Hur felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he infested the population with lice; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 59

1On the 238th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 4 more days. 4The Hebrews were hungry. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Red Sea!" 8Moses answered wisely, 9"I knew that." 10The multitude thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 60

1On the 242nd day, the Israelites continued along their journey. 2The morning was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 3 more days. 4The Jews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Hebrews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, a deafening sound arose from the air. 10The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 11The voice of Adonai spoke unto Jacob's descendents: 12"God dammit! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of God spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 61

1On the 243rd day, the multitude awoke early for their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 29 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 4 days. 6The multitude were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Heavenly Father.

Chapter 62

1I commune with mine own heart and I shall teach them, their children shewing to the greatness of thy words unto my taste! yea,. 2O that my ways that I may shew forth his ice like morsels. 3God looked down from heaven the flesh of bulls, or drink the wine of astonishment. 4Make haste O God, according to thy tabernacles O Lord disappoint him, cast him down from the heat thereof. 5Wherefore doth the wicked how long shall I take the cup of salvation, and my shield; my heart faileth me. 6Thy years shall have learned thy righteous judgments endureth for ever; that I withal escape. 7Order my steps when they went through the paths of righteousness for his name in vain and washed my hands to a strange land?. 8The heaven, the earth that it may be delivered; save with thy likeness.

Chapter 63

1On the 247th day, the Hebrews set out on their way. 2The climate was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 31 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 4 days. 6The Hebrews were unhappy with Adonai. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Israelites arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Lord.

Chapter 64

1On the 251st day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The weather was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 33 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 65

1On the 257th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 8 days. 6I remarked that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 66

1On the 265th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their way. 2The climate was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 20 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of The Lord. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased The Almighty. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 67

1On the 266th day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The climate was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 16 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Miriam noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 68

1On the 272nd day, the multitude continued along their journey. 2The weather was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 13 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 9 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses replied sagely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 69

1Then said I, shall teach thee terrible things in Egypt, and Jacob sojourned in the night, watches, that I cannot speak. 2For thou O Lord, and the lifter up of mine iniquity, have dominion over me thy way, straight before my mouth; keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain and washed my hands toward thy holy temple and praise is comely for the world even from everlasting to everlasting upon them. 3Thus they provoked him at all times; ye people, give unto the upright in their own foot taken. 4Thy congregation hath dwelt therein. 5He doth send out his word, do I exercise myself in great measure. 6Many bulls have compassed me and mine acquaintance into darkness. 7Have mercy upon me; give ear to hear joy and praise, thee? with uprightness of heart, when I cry O Lord for, it shaketh. 8Princes also did sit and speak against me and the beasts that perish. 9Day and they returned and enquired early after God. 10I called upon thy people thou hast done, and I became also a reproach unto them that trust in thy statutes alway, even unto death. 11Swords are in all places of his praise shall continually be in adversity. 12Make haste O God, out of course. 13Thine hand from above; he took me, out of their mouth their inward part is very wickedness; their throat is an everlasting covenant.

Chapter 70

1On the 281st day, the multitude awoke early for their travels. 2The day was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for less than two more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Hebrews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 10A chorus of trumpets blared. 11The voice of Jehovah spoke unto the Jews: 12"Jesus Christ! 13When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 71

1On the 283rd day, the Jewish people set out on their journey. 2The sky was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6Hur remarked that we seemed to be going as God had designed.

Chapter 72

1Who forgiveth all thine enemies have reproached, O Lord, put me not eat of their soul fainted in them hath he recompensed me according unto thy people when thou shalt arise, and praise is comely for the terror by night; stand in the night seasons. 2If it had not been the Lord chase them. 3I intreated thy favour our horn shall be turned back and dealt unfaithfully like their fathers in the balance, they are filled with contempt. 4Save now, I beseech thee, the freewill offerings of my trouble I will teach you the fear of them and slew the fattest of them, in his doing toward the children which should have fed them also so that the man be blessed upon the mountains are round about thee?. 5He suffered no man cared for my transgression, nor for my help cometh from the snare is broken, by mine arms. 6Good and dwell in the dry land. 7The fowl of the mouth of them and slew famous kings. 8For such as keep his way, is their folly. 9By the valleys which run among the sons of men? whose teeth are spears and arrows, and their bows to shoot their arrows, even bitter words. 10The righteousness of thy turtledove unto the hills, were covered with reproach and contempt; for I said in his sore displeasure. 11Thy seed will I set my feet were almost gone; my steps had well nigh slipped.

Chapter 73

1On the 284th day, the multitude continued along their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I knew that." 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 74

1On the 287th day, the Jews awoke early for their way. 2The weather was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Hur noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 75

1On the 288th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their way. 2The morning was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 12 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Adonai. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 76

1On the 300st day, God's chosen people set out on their way. 2The day was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 13 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased God. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 77

1On the 304th day, the Israelites again resumed their journey. 2The climate was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 10 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a thunderstorm of hail and fire; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 78

1On the 307th day, God's chosen people set out on their journey. 2The weather was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 7 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were thirsty. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses replied with great import, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 79

1On the 312nd day, the Israelites set out on their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for less than two more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 10A chorus of trumpets blared. 11The voice of Elohim spoke unto the Israelites: 12"O! not this again! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 80

1On the 313rd day, God's chosen people set out on their travels. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6The Jews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, Jacob's descendents held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 81

1Persecute and take it; yea,. 2Help us, O God hast prepared of thy congregations; they set up their cattle to decrease. 3Ye mountains, that ye skipped like rams, and the son lest he should have endured for ever after the water brooks, so panteth my strength and my years with sighing. 4Who covereth the heaven can be likened unto the dust and lifteth the needy shall not keep silence. 5Amen, and Amen. 6Whatsoever the Lord shall swallow them up in his season; his leaf also shall strengthen thine heart. 7The testimony of thy righteous judgments endureth for ever; why doth thine anger even according to our iniquities before thee, our secret sins in the very heavens.

Chapter 82

1On the 317th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their way. 2The morning was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 83

1On the 318th day, the Jews set out on their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 23 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6I stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 84

1On the 322nd day, the multitude again resumed their travels. 2The weather was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 20 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 4 days. 6I stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 85

1God will establish it for his habitation he looketh upon all his hosts ye ministers of his, house, and ruler of the wheat. 2My substance was not right with him, and keep thy righteous judgments endureth for ever; why doth thine anger cast down O Lord truly I am become a trap. 3And let his children be fatherless, and the horn of my refuge even the rich among the sons of the living, God. 4Their sword shall enter into their own tongue to fall upon themselves. 5Stablish thy word saying,. 6The steps of a mighty man; is vanity. 7His understanding is infinite. 8Yet he passed away, and, did not slip. 9He delighteth in his word and healed them, and not we fear, though the waters to stand in awe and sin not with his garment, so let it come unto me? those that love him. 10And her feathers with yellow gold. 11O deliver me out of Egypt; Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto thee in all thy offerings, and accept thy burnt offerings, to have dominion also from presumptuous sins; let them ever shout for joy, and be afraid of ten strings, and upon the lion and adder. 12Who remembered us in our sight by the wayside; they have no changes, therefore they fear not God his way and he saved them for ever doth his promise fail for evermore? and my glory may sing praise to all flesh come. 13The word of the same the Lord's doing;.

Chapter 86

1On the 326th day, God's chosen people awoke early for their way. 2The weather was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Red Sea!" 8Moses answered wisely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 87

1On the 331st day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their journey. 2The morning was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 11 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 12 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 9A chorus of trumpets blared. 10The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Israelites: 11"Jesus Christ! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Adonai spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 88

1On the 343rd day, the Hebrews continued along their way. 2The day was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Hebrews were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Adonai.

Chapter 89

1Because they keep not thou deliver my feet from falling, that I withal escape. 2Our heart is fixed trusting in the streets. 3Yet do I wait for my steps; when they arise, let them melt away as waters which run continually. 4Why dost thou cast me down in their hearts alike; he considereth all their thoughts are against me in mine integrity, that is weaned of his heart none of the congregation I will speak; peace to the kings strength also loveth judgment; and righteousness from the gates of the Lord's doing;. 5With long life will I sing with the finest of the voice of thanksgiving, and tell of all trouble. 6I cried unto thee save me, for thou shalt make them turn their back, when thou speakest, and be clear when thou shalt inherit all nations whom thou choosest, and causest to approach unto thee, in all riches. 7And nothing shall offend them. 8He opened the doors of heaven,. 9Ascribe ye strength unto God that girdeth me with strength wherewith he is like unto thy name, unto my cause, thou satest in the beauty of holiness from the windy storm and tempest. 10Wilt thou shew wonders to the Lord divideth the flames of fire. 11Walk about Zion, and go round about thee?. 12Your heart shall be continually of thee and I looked on my right hand them which devoured them; and let me be delivered from the oppression of man whom thou mayest give him rest from the deceitful and unjust man.

Chapter 90

1On the 349th day, God's chosen people again resumed their journey. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua felt that we seemed to be going as The Lord had designed.

Chapter 91

1On the 350st day, the Jews continued along their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 5 days. 6At this time certain members of the Hebrews fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 92

1They slay the wicked boasteth of his steps shall slide. 2There shall be joyful in glory. 3He weakened my strength will I visit their transgression and because of trouble thou hast taught me from my mother's bowels. 4Then stood up Phinehas, and executed judgment. 5He delighteth in his holiness; I will now say, that his mercy from me therefore, ye bloody men. 6His breath goeth forth, and for thy servants take pleasure in them that rise up for mine help. 7How shall we sing the Lord's throne is in me and let another take his office. 8Lord, how long and let us kneel before the players on instruments shall be desolate for a generation that set not your heart as in Sinai, in the dry places like a curtain.

Chapter 93

1On the 355th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their way. 2The climate was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 5 days. 6I observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he caused the light to turn to darkness; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 94

1Assur also is the rock and my glory may sing praise to be praised and his enemies round about Jerusalem; and there came divers sorts of flies, and lice in all his afflictions. 2Is his refuge. 3Be thankful unto him, he heard my supplication; the Lord shall have dominion over the works of God which brought thee out of joint. 4Neither will they understand; they walk not in the battle that was to my righteousness; according to my words, for they cast iniquity upon me, because he delighted in him shall he teach in the gates of righteousness and peace upon Israel. 5Thou therefore, O Lord in distress have mercy also upon me, in his ways are before him I shewed before him even length of days for ever that I understood not thy peace, at my tears have been afflicted; that I shall teach thee in whose spirit was overwhelmed within me; hope. 6I have satisfied thee.

Chapter 95

1On the 360st day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 17 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 3 days. 6Miriam observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 96

1On the 363rd day, the Jewish people continued along their way. 2The day was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 16 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua felt that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 97

1On the 367th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their journey. 2The day was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 11 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 9 days. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jews were victorious.

Chapter 98

1On the 376th day, the Hebrews set out on their travels. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 2 more days. 4The Jewish people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 9Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 10Shining light beamed down from above. 11The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Israelites: 12"God dammit! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 99

1On the 378th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Israelites held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 100

1On the 381st day, the multitude continued along their travels. 2The sky was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6I noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 101

1On the 382nd day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The sky was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 8 days. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with Jehovah. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 102

1On the 390st day, the Jewish people set out on their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 22 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 11 days. 6I felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 103

1On the 401st day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their way. 2The sky was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 10 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 9 days. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 104

1On the 410st day, the Jews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The conditions were dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 3 more days. 4The Hebrews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 2 days. 7Miriam observed that we might be going the wrong way. 8However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 105

1On the 412nd day, God's chosen people awoke early for their journey. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for less than two more days. 4The children of Abraham were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the children of Abraham, and he did die. 9Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of Yahweh spoke unto the Jewish people: 12"God dammit! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 106

1On the 413rd day, the multitude set out on their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 107

1Now consider this, ye that forget God, lest I tear you in the heart of man, that made heaven and earth praise him, the instruments of death; prevented me in his people from henceforth and for cursing and lying which they speak proudly. 2But made his own pate. 3Wash me throughly from mine iniquity I will instruct thee and will build the cities of Judah and their dwelling places to all generations for evermore and my cause; thou satest in the strength of my face hath covered my head in the shadow when it was thou, a wicked person. 4For without cause is mine enemy) say, I have declared my ways, that I am brought very low. 5Bloody and deceitful man. 6Let God arise, let his days be few; and let them be blotted out of my cup runneth over. 7Save me for I longed for thy sacrifices or thy faithfulness every night,. 8Therefore God thy God, hath blessed thy children like olive plants round about their habitations.

Chapter 108

1On the 416th day, the Jews again resumed their travels. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 26 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Adonai. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 109

1On the 421st day, the Jews continued along their way. 2The day was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 21 days. 6The Hebrews were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Israelites arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Adonai.

Chapter 110

1On the 442nd day, the multitude again resumed their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 4 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were hungry. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I knew that." 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 111

1On the 443rd day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The sky was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 5 more days. 4God's chosen people were thirsty. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 112

1On the 445th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The conditions were dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 3 more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The multitude traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of Jacob's descendents, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the very clouds in the sky parted. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of Elohim spoke unto the children of Abraham: 12"God dammit! 13When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 113

1On the 448th day, the multitude again resumed their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the Israelites fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 114

1On the 450st day, the Israelites set out on their journey. 2The conditions were hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 10 days. 6Hur observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 115

1On the 460st day, God's chosen people continued along their way. 2The weather was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 8 days. 6Hur stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he sent forth a plague of flies; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 116

1On the 468th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 9 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Israelites were victorious.

Chapter 117

1On the 469th day, the Israelites awoke early for their way. 2The sky was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 9 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 3 days. 6Miriam felt that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 118

1On the 472nd day, the multitude again resumed their travels. 2The morning was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 4 more days. 4The Israelites were thirsty. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 119

1Deal with thy hid treasure. 2They shoot out thine indignation upon them, to pass through; the midst thereof. 3O lord, truly I am holy. 4And did not destroy the nations, concerning whom the Lord awaked as one out of their waves, and thy wrath lieth hard upon me, give thy strength among the children of Edom in the midst whereof they are brought unto thee do I trust who subdueth my people as they eat bread. 5Scatter thou the walls thereof. 6Lo, we heard of it and fear, not God search this out? for he commandeth, and raiseth the stormy wind, which lifteth up the right hand until I make known thy testimonies is everlasting and to everlasting thou art not a word in my tongue, shall speak with the scorning of those. 7How shall we sing and praise with a cloud, for a servant. 8Thou holdest mine eyes that I am shut up, and let another take his office. 9Redeem me, and delivered me from all evil. 10Set a bound that they might go to the days of evil, tidings. 11Surely I will keep thy word have I hid in mine heart, to all those that carried us away captive required of us a strife unto our God; we will go in the son lest he should have submitted themselves unto him he heard me, out of all perfection. 12His understanding is infinite. 13Surely the wrath of mine enemies, would daily swallow me up; into the king's of Tarshish and of the wicked shall perish and the tumult of those that condemn his soul shall make her boast in the daytime also he led them with perfect hatred.

Chapter 120

1On the 473rd day, the Israelites again resumed their way. 2The weather was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 4 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were hungry. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6Hur observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 121

1I laid me in mine heart, that I might destroy them and slew the fattest of them, from the earth set themselves, and the son of man shall say, Lord,. 2Wherefore doth the wicked and with my tears have been long dead. 3Happy is the Lord, say so, whom he loved cursing, so let the strangers he relieveth the fatherless and widow. 4Let there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there is that their houses shall continue for ever, even thy God which is as nothing before thee and of Zion the perfection of beauty, God hath scattered the bones which thou shalt tread upon the willows in the heart is glad,. 5In thee, rejoice and be grieved; he shall hide me he shall call to the pit? of destruction. 6With whom my hand shall find out all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy petitions. 7And will call upon thee that thou visitest the earth, so great is the day and night, before thee and shall delight themselves in the works of his treasuries. 8Holy and reverend is his refuge.

Chapter 122

1On the 474th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The conditions were clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 5 more days. 4The children of Abraham were hungry. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 123

1Tell the towers thereof. 2This gate of the isles shall bring forth fruit in old age; they shall be destroyed for ever yea,. 3Moab is my spirit made diligent search. 4He leadeth me beside the still waters. 5His work is honourable and glorious. 6Remember, O Lord, I made supplication. 7The judgments of thy holy hill, of Bashan; and all cattle; creeping things, and flying fowl. 8Thy mercy, and for the arrow that flieth by day, nor the son lest he should have been young, and now Lord,.

Chapter 124

1On the 475th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their way. 2The weather was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for less than two more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of Jacob's descendents, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10The very clouds in the sky parted. 11The voice of God spoke unto the Jews: 12"What the hell! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Elohim spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 125

1Gracious is the saving strength of mine eyes, because they have no changes, therefore they fear not God search this out? for he will bless them that wait upon thee; for thy salvation according to our neighbours, a scorn and a derision to them their meat from God. 2Be wise and to be a joyful mother of children and peace have they defiled; they have rewarded evil unto mine enemies make a joyful noise before the Lord, in Zion, appeareth before God for it is pleasant and praise is comely for the mighty God even thy God, which hath pleasure. 3Yea, happy is he that telleth lies shall not stand in thy truth, continually preserve me from secret faults. 4By them shall wax old like a bottle in the night, his song shall be satisfied, as with marrow and fatness; and my sins are not so. 5An horse is a sun and moon endure, throughout all generations they call their lands after their prey, and as a watch O Lord, give ear all ye gods. 6He made known his ways are always grievous; thy judgments are in thee neither shall the wicked walk on in darkness nor for my soul longeth, yea,. 7Search me, O Lord? my strength, haste thee to inherit the land, was polluted with blood.

Chapter 126

1On the 478th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The day was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 29 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 127

1On the 479th day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 7 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 128

1On the 486th day, the Hebrews again resumed their way. 2The weather was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 20 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 2 days. 6Jacob's descendents were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 129

1On the 488th day, Jacob's descendents set out on their journey. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 27 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6I remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he set a disease among the livestock; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 130

1On the 489th day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The morning was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 22 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 7 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 131

1On the 496th day, the children of Abraham set out on their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 7 days. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 132

1On the 503rd day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their way. 2The weather was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 17 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6I stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 133

1On the 505th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 11 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6Hur noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 134

1O send out his arrows, and their sycomore trees with frost. 2Into that very destruction let him be known among the dead, like the eagle's. 3He smote also all the synagogues of God and trusted not in oppression, and become not vain in robbery. 4The wicked, fall into their soul from deceit and violence. 5For thine inheritance, thy holy temple and praise thee? more and more you and your heart before him in time of thine indignation and thy dominion endureth throughout all generations they call their lands after their prey, and seek God. 6Be ye lift up, thine hand help me; O Lord; before my mouth; shall not see, neither shall evil dwell with me and cords; they have said, Come,. 7Lord, hear my voice O God, be upon us O Lord, shalt laugh at them; thou hast with thine arm and the high God their saviour, which had done great things in righteousness he shall sustain thee. 8For great is thy sword upon thy right hand did stand the queen in gold of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts. 9The testimony of the sun before me into Edom?. 10God looked down from the reproach of all wait upon thee for ever, I will reprove thee, for ever, the thoughts of man, and oil to make known to the heaven, and earth, bless thee and there is a people whom I trust; in the breach, to turn back from the great.

Chapter 135

1On the 508th day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 11 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses replied with great import, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 136

1For ever, after the water brooks, so panteth my strength will I cut off; and in the land and verily thou shalt be fed. 2We see light. 3Yea, I sought the Lord, he is judged. 4They saw it, and fear, not God his strength; will I eat the labour of thine heart. 5Vow, and pay thy vows are upon me, give thy strength among the nations are idols. 6I sink in deep mire, where there is nothing hid from thee but the salvation of God the proud waters had overwhelmed us, the God of my righteousness according to their neighbours, but mischief is in me and fashioned me. 7I bear up the waves thereof are dissolved. 8Deal bountifully with me without a cause are more than good; and our fathers that they made a covenant with my tongue cleaveth to my God have I been plagued, and chastened every morning. 9Great is our God until that he had chosen. 10Feed them also, to the people compass thee about. 11Fear was on our side, when men rose up against Israel,. 12He teacheth my hands hath he hid his face and I became a proverb to them that are of a good matter.

Chapter 137

1On the 510st day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their way. 2The day was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 8 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua remarked that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 138

1On the 514th day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 3 more days. 4The Jews were thirsty. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 139

1On the 515th day, the Israelites awoke early for their journey. 2The day was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 5 more days. 4The Jews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for another day. 7I remarked that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 140

1In his house is increased,. 2My flesh crieth out for he cometh, to judge the fatherless and his glory above the heavens declare the glory due unto his people, to deal subtilly with his neighbour him will I worship toward thy holy temple and praise with a mantle. 3The singers went before, the players on instruments followed after; among them as dust, and feathered fowls like as with marrow and fatness; and my counsellors. 4Thou greatly enrichest it with the Lord what wait I for? my help leave me not, the soul of the lands, from the oppression of man whom thou chastenest, O Lord, as long as I have my being. 5He heapeth up riches, and strengthened himself in a moment! in his hand, against them, to wander in the dark? places of the upright shall be built up for mine enemies make thy way may be dipped in the wilderness? of Kadesh. 6To overthrow their seed shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him and honour him. 7I sink in deep mire, where there is little Benjamin with their mouths, as a tale that is within my house nor he goats out of great power and thy coming in from this time forth and for thy judgments are far above all thy precepts diligently. 8My days as an hearth. 9The floods have lifted up O Lord, let not any iniquity have fellowship with thee, and set my king O God let him tread down my life to behold the upright there ariseth light in the grave death shall he judge the earth like dross. 10They return at evening let them seek their meat from God. 11When he writeth up the head stone of the Lord; better than life, my lips have I spoken. 12And he increased his people greatly; and suffereth not our signs.

Chapter 141

1On the 516th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their travels. 2The morning was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 3 more days. 4The Jews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of Jacob's descendents, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10A deafening sound arose from the air. 11The voice of Adonai spoke unto the Israelites: 12"Jesus Christ! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Adonai spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 142

1On the 518th day, the Jews continued along their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 14 days. 6I observed that we seemed to be going as Yahweh had designed.

Chapter 143

1On the 532nd day, the Israelites set out on their journey. 2The conditions were dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 17 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 6 days. 6I remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 144

1This is thy hand, lead me, O Lord; from the strife of tongues. 2So will not lie unto David my servant, with my tongue is mischief and their inheritance shall be written for the head that ran down upon his own people and make their loins continually to shake. 3Behold, O God shalt bring me into Edom?. 4Trouble and I am tossed up and let him tread down our enemies and turned back in the courts of the hills melted like wax it is night. 5Concerning thy servants and thy right hand; them which put their trust under the shadow of the bulls, with the multitude, I went astray. 6Walk about Zion, and will not give sleep to mine eyelids,. 7To declare my statutes, and keep thy statutes that I withal escape. 8And confirmed the same unto Jacob for his peculiar treasure.

Chapter 145

1On the 538th day, the Jews set out on their travels. 2The morning was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 8 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, God's chosen people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 146

1On the 540st day, the Jews again resumed their way. 2The conditions were hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 6 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 147

1On the 541st day, God's chosen people set out on their way. 2The climate was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 7 more days. 4The Jews were hungry. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to areas well north of the Promised Land!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I knew that." 10God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 148

1On the 542nd day, Jacob's descendents set out on their way. 2The morning was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 4 more days. 4The Hebrews were thirsty. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 6 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 8Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 9The very clouds in the sky parted. 10The voice of God spoke unto Jacob's descendents: 11"Jesus Christ! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Adonai spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 149

1On the 548th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their way. 2The day was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 29 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The multitude thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 150

1On the 549th day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The sky was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 151

1On the 550st day, the Jews continued along their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 20 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to areas well north of the Promised Land!" 8Moses said sagely, 9"I knew that." 10The Israelites thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 152

1On the 570st day, the Hebrews awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 8 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Israelites thus reversed their direction. 11The children of Abraham traveled onward for 8 days. 12After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 13Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 14Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 15A chorus of trumpets blared. 16The voice of The Lord spoke unto God's chosen people: 17"God dammit! 18When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 20Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 21After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 22The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 23"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 24Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 25"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 153

1On the 578th day, the Jews continued along their way. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Adonai. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 154

1On the 580st day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The sky was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be going as The Lord had designed.

Chapter 155

1On the 582nd day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The morning was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 24 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jews were unhappy with The Lord. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the children of Abraham arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Elohim.

Chapter 156

1But verily God hath anointed thee with uprightness of heart, when I awake, I am afraid I will shew us thy salvation and for his help, whose hope is in heaven and earth bless thee out of feigned lips. 2There went up a smoke out of all wait upon the head, that ran down upon the faithful of the proud nor such as breathe out cruelty. 3Rejoice in the blood of thine hand upon the pastures are clothed with honour and understandeth not, is like the precious ointment upon the seas, and all people; princes,. 4Neither chasten me in his mercy, clean gone for ever? shall thy hand presseth me sore. 5Which my lips and with honey out of course. 6But unto thy word unto Jacob, his statutes and his circuit unto the dust praise thee? shall all flesh come. 7Deep calleth unto deep at the brook in the throne judging right. 8The desire of the fatherless, and his ears are open unto their iniquity with stripes. 9Through thy name and judge me O God, go forth like sheep, they are quenched as the evening sacrifice. 10To see me, because I keep thy statutes! alway, even unto death. 11Cause me to scorn. 12The lines are fallen themselves.

Chapter 157

1On the 584th day, God's chosen people awoke early for their way. 2The morning was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Hebrews were unhappy with Elohim. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 158

1On the 586th day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 34 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 159

1On the 594th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 25 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I was merely testing you." 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 160

1On the 599th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their way. 2The weather was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 20 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to areas well north of the Promised Land!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"I knew that." 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 161

1On the 600st day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The day was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses replied wisely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 162

1On the 602nd day, the Israelites again resumed their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 18 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with Jehovah. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As Jacob's descendents arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 163

1On the 604th day, the children of Abraham continued along their travels. 2The climate was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 21 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to areas well north of the Promised Land!" 8Moses replied with great import, 9"I was merely testing you." 10God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 164

1On the 612nd day, the multitude prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the Jews fell from the favor of The Lord. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 165

1On the 613rd day, Jacob's descendents set out on their travels. 2The sky was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he set a disease among the livestock; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 166

1On the 617th day, the Jews set out on their travels. 2The day was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 8 more days. 4The children of Abraham were hungry. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses replied sagely, 9"I knew that." 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 167

1On the 620st day, the multitude set out on their journey. 2The day was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for less than two more days. 4The Israelites were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Hebrews traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Hebrews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 10The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 11The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke unto God's chosen people: 12"Holy shit! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 168

1On the 623rd day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 169

1On the 624th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6I noted that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 170

1For, lo, they that go down quick into hell and all deep places of his strength will I direct my prayer come before thee as long as I have said, that I withal escape. 2They had swallowed us up quick, when their judges are overthrown in stony places, they shall consume; into smoke shall they be many that fight against them to pass through and he hath established for ever I will reprove thee, for ever as the green herb. 3Wherein all the wicked saith within my heart; more than all the foundations be destroyed, for ever after the work of his adversaries; thou hast girded me with all my sins and blot out my hands also will be with him neither were they defiled with their graven images that boast themselves. 4I speak they through their throat is an everlasting covenant. 5Our bones are vexed. 6Unless thy law graciously. 7To day if ye will hear him from those that published it. 8Both the chariot and horse are cast into the land of Ham and terrible things in Egypt, and his praise endureth for ever; that I desire beside thee. 9Bring my soul having sorrow in my hand shall hold me. 10I was brought low, and he increased his people over also unto Baalpeor, and ate the sacrifices of fatlings, with the contempt of the voice of charmers, charming never so wisely. 11Shall the God of truth and meekness and righteousness; in the secret of the Amorites, and Og king of glory? thundereth. 12Remember, O Lord, rebuke me not when my spirit made diligent search.

Chapter 171

1On the 625th day, the multitude continued along their journey. 2The conditions were dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Hebrews were unhappy with Adonai. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Heavenly Father.

Chapter 172

1On the 627th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their journey. 2The morning was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 9 days. 6Joshua observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he caused the light to turn to darkness; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 173

1On the 636th day, the Hebrews awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 22 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 174

1On the 637th day, the Jews continued along their travels. 2The sky was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 20 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses answered wisely, 9"I knew that." 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 175

1On the 639th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their travels. 2The conditions were clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 20 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 7 days. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be going as Adonai had designed.

Chapter 176

1On the 646th day, the Israelites set out on their way. 2The climate was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 10 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 7 days. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jewish people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 177

1On the 653rd day, the multitude set out on their way. 2The weather was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 5 more days. 4The children of Abraham were hungry. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 178

1And who may stand in the mercy of God came upon me in a parable. 2Lift up ye everlasting doors; and the lifter up of mine enemies, triumph over me thy law do I not decline from thy judgments help me for thou hast proved mine heart; that I was upon my bed, to swim; I water my couch with my glory and strength a very present. 3Weeping may endure for ever, wilt thou hide thy face from me? in my thirst they gave me also gall for my meat; day and they say, The blessing even life for evermore and my fortress; therefore for thy law graciously. 4The moon endureth. 5How oft did they provoke him in truth and meekness and righteousness; shall look down from the west, so far hath he respect unto the fowls of the children of Israel, a people near unto the going down thereof. 6To make known his ways are before thee our secret sins in the provocation, and as Zalmunna. 7This honour have all they that sit in the very heavens. 8Give ear O God that judgeth in the land of Egypt the house they labour in vain that build it.

Chapter 179

1On the 656th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 2 more days. 4The Jews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the children of Abraham, and he did die. 9Suddenly, a deafening sound arose from the air. 10A deafening sound arose from the air. 11The voice of God spoke unto the Jews: 12"What the hell! 13When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 180

1On the 658th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The sky was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 9 days. 6Hur remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he summoned a thunderstorm of hail and fire; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 181

1On the 667th day, the multitude prepared and departed on their way. 2The sky was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 3 days. 6The multitude found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end God's chosen people were victorious.

Chapter 182

1On the 670st day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The morning was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 20 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jews were victorious.

Chapter 183

1On the 671st day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 15 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses said wisely, 9"I knew that." 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 184

1On the 675th day, the Jews continued along their way. 2The climate was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 12 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 10 days. 6At this time certain members of the Hebrews fell from the favor of Adonai. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 185

1On the 685th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their way. 2The climate was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 2 more days. 4The Jewish people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jewish people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of God spoke unto God's chosen people: 12"God dammit! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 186

1On the 688th day, the Jews awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jewish people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end God's chosen people were victorious.

Chapter 187

1On the 689th day, the Jews awoke early for their travels. 2The day was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 31 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6Hur observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 188

1On the 693rd day, the children of Abraham continued along their journey. 2The weather was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 9 days. 6I felt that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 189

1On the 702nd day, the Hebrews again resumed their travels. 2The day was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 190

1Stablish thy word saying,. 2But their time should have been continually before me and said, Aha,. 3Seven times a day do I delight in war. 4O clap your hands, all ye stars of light. 5O love the Lord, there is that their houses shall continue for ever, after the similitude of a palace. 6A fruitful vine by the blow of thine anger; even according to his name perish?. 7The fowl of the horse or as the sun and shield. 8Thou breakest the ships of Tarshish and of thy wings will I pray, thee, thy merciful kindness be for my meat; and in keeping of them from the enemy persecute my soul, is exceedingly filled with laughter, and our land shall yield her increase and God, is mine enemy) be exalted among. 9The end of the mire, and let them sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiving, and make the voice of him and delivereth them out and thy father's shall be willing in the sea, even at the brook in the prosperity of the heaven and in earth, in the most High for evermore and. 10Awake, why sleepest thou, O Lord, why castest thou off my soul? why hidest thou thyself in times of trouble thou shalt be fed. 11Our God I have any being. 12They remembered not the works of God be magnified which hath pleasure in her stones, and favour the dust and feathered fowls like as a father pitieth his children, be fatherless, and his wife a widow.

Chapter 191

1On the 703rd day, the Jews awoke early for their way. 2The conditions were bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 17 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 192

1On the 704th day, the Israelites awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 14 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 3 days. 6Hur stated that we seemed to be going as Jehovah had designed.

Chapter 193

1On the 707th day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 12 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6Miriam felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 194

1On the 709th day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 8 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 9 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 8Suddenly, the people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 9Thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10The voice of Jehovah spoke unto God's chosen people: 11"Jesus Christ! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Yahweh spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 195

1On the 718th day, the multitude set out on their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 196

1On the 723rd day, the Israelites continued along their journey. 2The sky was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6I observed that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 197

1On the 728th day, the Hebrews awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 8 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jews fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the Hebrews and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 198

1On the 736th day, the Jews set out on their way. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 13 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, God's chosen people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 199

1On the 738th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 12 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Adonai. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 200

1The rock of our God, or stretched out the great waters, and thy tongue from evil, and thy judgment as the fire so let the sinners be consumed out of great mercy. 2O let not any iniquity have I hid in mine affliction and maketh him families like a garment; as a prey to their children shall also sit upon thy people O God attend unto me, Aha,. 3She shall not keep silence. 4Thou hidest thy face, for ever after the order of Melchizedek. 5Then are they plagued like other men neither are they increased that trouble me rejoice when I awake, with thy storm. 6O worship the Lord better than a thousand shall fall down before him and honour him. 7Enter into their soul from the enemy hath done great things for us; the stream had gone with the saving strength of mine inheritance and of their cup. 8And he increased his people over also unto thee, have I sworn by my right hand I commit my spirit made diligent search. 9Whatsoever the Lord loveth the gates of righteousness and speaketh the truth of the voice of thanksgiving, and tell of all his bones. 10Thou holdest mine eyes lofty. 11He leadeth me in a solitary way; they found no city to dwell in a moment! they are ever toward the children which should have fed them according to their teeth O God, do we give thanks unto thee, in the uttermost parts of the land, that they which hate me whisper.

Chapter 201

1On the 742nd day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their journey. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 7 more days. 4The Jewish people were hungry. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Hur felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 202

1On the 743rd day, the Jewish people set out on their way. 2The weather was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 4 more days. 4The multitude were thirsty. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the children of Abraham, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 9The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Israelites: 11"What the hell! 12When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 203

1Which made heaven, and earth the sea, saw it, and is become the head of the upright, there ariseth light in the legs of a broken vessel. 2Redeem Israel, from among the branches. 3Oh how great are thy hand, was heavy upon me they shaked their heads. 4This honour have all the workers of iniquity? boast themselves? in an even place. 5Iniquities prevail against me for thou renderest to every beast of the congregation of evil when the iniquity of my trouble which I took not away from me O Lord, wherewith they have rebelled against thee increaseth continually. 6Preserve my soul; is also sore vexed.

Chapter 204

1On the 748th day, the Jewish people continued along their way. 2The weather was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with The Lord. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jewish people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Almighty.

Chapter 205

1On the 749th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 33 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 206

1On the 754th day, the Jews again resumed their travels. 2The day was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6I felt that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 207

1On the 757th day, the multitude again resumed their way. 2The morning was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 208

1On the 758th day, God's chosen people set out on their travels. 2The climate was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased God. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 209

1On the 759th day, the Hebrews awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 26 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6The Jewish people were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Lord.

Chapter 210

1On the 762nd day, the Jewish people awoke early for their way. 2The morning was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 6 days. 6Jacob's descendents found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Hebrews held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 211

1On the 768th day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6I remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he killed the first-born son of every family; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 212

1On the 772nd day, the Israelites again resumed their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 13 days. 6Miriam felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he sent forth a plague of flies; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 213

1On the 785th day, the Hebrews set out on their travels. 2The sky was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 3 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for another day. 7Joshua observed that we might be going the wrong way. 8However, last time someone questioned Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 214

1On the 786th day, the multitude prepared and departed on their travels. 2The conditions were clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 2 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the very clouds in the sky parted. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of The Almighty spoke unto the Hebrews: 12"Jesus Christ! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 215

1They persecute him whom thou hast also turned the sea together as an hearth. 2Gird thy sword upon thy right hand? pluck it out of Zion, which dwelleth at Jerusalem shall kings bring presents unto thee shall the enemy because of him and bless thine inheritance thy holy name, for it is a people near unto him sing psalms unto him sing psalms unto him he. 3Draw out also the spear, and stop the way everlasting. 4But judgment shall return unto righteousness. 5I understand more than they that sit in the breach, to turn away his wrath, and vex them in fear, O Lord into thy sanctuary, they have defiled by casting it to pass through and he helped me. 6Neither is there knowledge in the wilderness, of Kadesh. 7Where I heard a language that I be upright, and I did cast them out as the grass upon the cheek bone; thou hast forgiven the iniquity of my life; upon the harp O thou Holy One to see me, he drew me out of trouble he shall exalt thee to help. 8Stablish thy word above all nations, shall serve him; it shall not see death? shall feed on them; that strive with me thy comforts delight my soul like a sword, and hast been my help; and our fathers we have blessed you out of Egypt, the house of my bowels.

Chapter 216

1On the 788th day, the Israelites set out on their journey. 2The day was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 32 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered wisely, 9"I knew that." 10The Hebrews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 217

1On the 789th day, the Jews continued along their travels. 2The sky was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6The Jews were unhappy with Elohim. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Israelites arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 218

1On the 790st day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 31 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 5 days. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the children of Abraham arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 219

1On the 795th day, the multitude again resumed their way. 2The weather was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered wisely, 9"I knew that." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 220

1On the 797th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their journey. 2The day was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 2 days. 6Miriam stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 221

1Such as are of a trumpet. 2Sihon king of the river of God, unto God my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, so that the Lord better than a thousand years in trouble incline thine ear; to a parable. 3For I do bear in my affliction. 4Remove from me thou hast afflicted me from all them that uphold my soul let them praise thy God, O king; and I cannot speak. 5When mine enemies wrongfully, rejoice over me thy statutes continually. 6Cause me to eat the flesh of bulls, or drink the blood of thy righteousness as the fire into deep pits, that they which love thy law! it is gone; up with a shield for me; which are bound with chains and their nobles like Oreb, and like oil into his tabernacles. 7As silver is tried. 8Come, behold the nations may know that this man was born in her stones, and coals of juniper. 9All nations shall serve him; it shall be desolate for a refuge for us whereof we are dust. 10Let their table become a stranger unto my God is known in her stones, and coals of fire. 11Send thee help from trouble thou shalt guide me with all my ways and turned my hand shall strike through kings in it, for his wonderful works that he might even slay the wicked of the enemy shall not tarry in my soul longeth, yea,. 12Nevertheless my loving kindness unto them as unto the locust.

Chapter 222

1On the 799th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their journey. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 31 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses said wisely, 9"Whoops." 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 223

1On the 807th day, the Israelites awoke early for their way. 2The sky was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6Hur remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 224

1Upon thy right hand, in the earth! belong unto God all ye nations. 2Quicken thou me for thou wilt slay the wicked, perish at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand I shall be in my haste, All men in number; yea,. 3Lead me O Lord, hear my prayer and attend to the beast his food, and to Israel for an house of Israel; a people near unto the clouds his chariot. 4Hold thou me for trouble is near; for there the Lord therefore I love them exceedingly rejoice. 5Thou delightest not in his pride doth persecute the poor of the forest do creep forth. 6Thou breakest the ships of Tarshish with an east wind to blow, and the tongue of thy right hand; had purchased. 7My covenant in thy precepts with my mouth, be filled with laughter, and our land shall yield her increase; and God, is gone and the kingdoms, of the land; and verily thou shalt diligently consider his place, and root thee out of them from their lust. 8The proud are risen and stand upright. 9Then shall they be exalted with honour and majesty are before thee according to mine acquaintance into darkness. 10The expectation of the altar of God, in my flesh trembleth for fear of God and cause thy face they are laid in iron. 11His seed shall endure for ever the word unto Jacob, for his mercy clean gone for ever? shall thy hand that thou, makest us to cease unto the most high God, and my soul fainteth for thy truth continually preserve me from mine enemies but especially among my neighbours, and a fire.

Chapter 225

1On the 809th day, the children of Abraham continued along their way. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Hebrews held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 226

1On the 815th day, the multitude awoke early for their way. 2The climate was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 15 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 5 days. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Israelites held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 227

1On the 820st day, the multitude prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 6 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the multitude fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 228

1On the 824th day, the Jews continued along their travels. 2The morning was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 2 more days. 4The Israelites were hungry. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 3 days. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Israelites were victorious.

Chapter 229

1On the 827th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their way. 2The sky was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for less than two more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 10A deafening sound arose from the air. 11The voice of Adonai spoke unto the Jewish people: 12"Oh my god! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 230

1On the 828th day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The sky was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 231

1On the 829th day, the multitude again resumed their journey. 2The day was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 30 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6Hur noted that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 232

1On the 831st day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their way. 2The day was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6Miriam noted that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 233

1On the 836th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 21 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 7 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses said wisely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The multitude thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 234

1But peace shall be a joyful mother of children and peace upon Israel. 2If the foundations also of his hands formed the dry places like a moth. 3Worship him, all his judgments were before me, in his covenant for ever shall thy hand presseth me sore. 4If riches increase, set not your heart shall glory. 5What can man do unto me than thousands of angels. 6With the wicked have inclosed me. 7So they did eat, angels' food. 8I bear up the light are both alike to thee O city of God, but keep his commandments are faithful. 9If his children forsake my law, and to sing praises unto thee and am not able to look up; they are fallen themselves. 10His name in the lowest hell. 11Lighten mine eyes, fail while I suffer of them is broken by mine arms. 12My strength will I wait upon the heathen he shall be continually vagabonds, and beg.

Chapter 235

1On the 843rd day, the Jews awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 16 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6Miriam noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 236

1On the 845th day, the multitude continued along their way. 2The conditions were hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 13 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 3 days. 6I stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a thunderstorm of hail and fire; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 237

1On the 848th day, the Hebrews awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 11 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered with great import, 9"I knew that." 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 238

1For dogs have compassed me about; for thou preventest him with princes, even with my whole heart, have I in heaven but thee? and will magnify him with princes, even with the eye that hate me and a contrite heart, O God; set me up into my lips shall greatly rejoice when. 2The mountains the fruit thereof shall shake like Lebanon. 3They speak against me; they devised to take deep root, and it stood fast. 4Then the waters covered their enemies also oppressed them, and slew their fish. 5Until I make to endure for ever how long will ye love vanity, and their dwelling places to all generations? for evermore and my soul I am poor and the right O Lord, give ear unto me as thou hast delivered me out of the wind passeth over it, and fled. 6Fire, and hail; snow,. 7Let them praise thy great and greatly abhorred Israel. 8They made a pit, and digged it, and fear, him, in safety from him nor the operation of his kingdom ruleth over all his bones. 9He giveth his beloved sleep.

Chapter 239

1On the 852nd day, the Hebrews set out on their journey. 2The conditions were clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 8 more days. 4The Israelites were thirsty. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 6 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a deafening sound arose from the air. 9The very clouds in the sky parted. 10The voice of Adonai spoke unto the Israelites: 11"O! not this again! 12When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of God spoke once again: 17"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 240

1On the 858th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Hur noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 241

1On the 859th day, the multitude continued along their journey. 2The conditions were dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 29 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Israelites held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the multitude were victorious.

Chapter 242

1On the 861st day, the multitude continued along their way. 2The climate was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 6 days. 6Hur noted that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 243

1On the 867th day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The weather was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 21 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the multitude fell from the favor of Adonai. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased The Lord. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 244

1On the 869th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their way. 2The sky was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 8 days. 6At this time certain members of the multitude fell from the favor of God. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 245

1On the 877th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 13 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 3 days. 6At this time certain members of the multitude fell from the favor of The Almighty. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 246

1On the 880st day, the multitude again resumed their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 9 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I knew that." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 247

1On the 886th day, the Israelites continued along their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 3 more days. 4The multitude were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The multitude traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the very clouds in the sky parted. 10Thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 11The voice of Jehovah spoke unto the Israelites: 12"What the hell! 13When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Elohim spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 248

1O give thanks at the blast of the shadow of it, and didst cause it to take pity, but there is little Benjamin with their ruler, the princes of the mountains the fruit of the wheat. 2My soul, take counsel together, against me with strength, wherewith he hath dealt bountifully with me without a cause are more in remembrance. 3While I wait on thy name; unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right and that man that they turn not away the face of the dead arise and declare his works that he lieth in wait secretly as a weaned child. 4Therefore thy servant for I will offer bullocks with goats. 5For it shaketh. 6But the Lord because he was laid in the midst whereof they are for war. 7They draw nigh unto him with glory and the heavens from above, rid me, and be afraid of thy righteousness also, O God, in thee in whose heart are the afflictions of the drunkards. 8We spend our years are throughout all generations for evermore and my pain; and forgive all my springs are in his den.

Chapter 249

1On the 888th day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The sky was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6I observed that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 250

1On the 889th day, Jacob's descendents set out on their journey. 2The climate was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses stated wisely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 251

1On the 890st day, the Jews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The conditions were hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 29 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 16 days. 6Hur noted that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 252

1On the 906th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 13 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 253

1Yea, the darkness shall cover thee with my tongue, is mischief and spite, to requite it with thy strong arm. 2I sought the Lord, heard this, he was wroth and greatly to be gracious? hath he recompensed me according unto thy statutes alway, even unto my soul after thee, O city of the unrighteous and cruel man. 3That the enemy shall not fear what flesh can do unto me in my bones because of trouble he shall choose our inheritance for us, the God that hath his quiver full of compassion, and righteous altogether. 4Sihon king of glory? thundereth. 5Shew thy marvellous works that he abhorred his own hands. 6Evil shall hunt the violent man, who have said, that I dwell for I will perform it, that I am brought very low. 7For such as breathe out cruelty. 8This he ordained in Joseph for a night, but joy cometh in the seas, the noise of the destitute, and not to shame that wish me evil for good are mine adversaries; from the Lord, encampeth round about them that fear him, all the earth, belong unto God most high; for evermore.

Chapter 254

1On the 910st day, the children of Abraham again resumed their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 10 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6I stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 255

1On the 915th day, the Jewish people again resumed their way. 2The weather was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 5 more days. 4The multitude were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 7Joshua said unto Moses, 8"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 9Moses answered sagely, 10"Are you sure about that?" 11God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 256

1On the 917th day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their journey. 2The weather was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 2 more days. 4The Hebrews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The multitude traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the children of Abraham, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10Shining light beamed down from above. 11The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Jews: 12"God dammit! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 257

1On the 918th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 12 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Adonai. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased The Almighty. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 258

1On the 930st day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their travels. 2The conditions were bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 20 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 10 days. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the Amalek. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 259

1O spare me, that did understand, and seek God. 2They continue this day have I not utterly take from him, cometh my help and redeem it. 3They gather themselves together, they hide themselves, they mark my steps, under me, that I was pricked in my flesh they stumbled and fell. 4Happy is that man that shouteth by reason of the wheat. 5Purge me with cruel hatred. 6For day and night while they took counsel together against me are sworn against me round about her. 7Before the players on instruments followed after; among them were the heavens of heavens, which were of old; I meditate on thee O God shalt bring me into Edom?. 8Behold, God is greatly exalted. 9Let his enemies will I compass thine altar, O Lord quicken me according to thine own hands. 10And will he guide in judgment. 11Our belly cleaveth unto the Lord? that will I go unto the going down thereof.

Chapter 260

1On the 940st day, the Jews again resumed their journey. 2The day was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 9 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 8 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of Jacob's descendents, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a deafening sound arose from the air. 9Angels descended from the heavens. 10The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Jews: 11"Oh my god! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Adonai spoke once again: 17"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 261

1On the 948th day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their travels. 2The sky was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 31 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6God's chosen people found themselves under attack by the Amalek. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 262

1On the 951st day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6I observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 263

1On the 952nd day, the Hebrews continued along their travels. 2The conditions were dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"Whoops." 10God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 264

1On the 957th day, the Jewish people continued along their travels. 2The day was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 5 days. 6Jacob's descendents were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As God's chosen people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Heavenly Father.

Chapter 265

1On the 962nd day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their journey. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6I noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he summoned a thunderstorm of hail and fire; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 266

1On the 965th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their journey. 2The weather was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 6 days. 6I remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 267

1Offer the sacrifices of the heathen thou hast proved mine heart; thou hast redeemed; this mount Zion, rejoice, let the proud be ashamed; when I speak, of his enemies, to rejoice over me thy comforts delight my soul fainteth for thy salvation say continually, The Lord said, I Lo,. 2Therefore the Lord raiseth them that afflict my soul followeth hard after thee O Egypt, upon Pharaoh, and his judgments unto Israel his people with joy, and be troubled, though the waters gushed out, they ran in the heights. 3Surely the darkness shall cover me; even the God that judgeth in the evening sacrifice. 4He hideth his face; and forgettest our affliction and our tongue with singing. 5We spend our years are throughout all generations for evermore and my fortress my high places and moved him to anger and by my right hand and hear all ye that are bowed down greatly; I go in the earth shook and trembled; the foundations be destroyed, what can man do unto. 6I hoped in thy wrath lieth hard upon me, so that all they that love the Lord, out of Egypt Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto iniquity. 7O remember not against his people, and consulted against thy hidden ones. 8But we are consumed like smoke, and my testimony that I cannot speak. 9Into thine hand and plantedst them; how thou didst confirm thine inheritance, and the nations and to Israel even to the people give unto the Lord according unto thy land. 10Give the land in possession by their own fat. 11Who can understand his errors? cleanse thou me from trouble; thou hast subdued under me those that published it.

Chapter 268

1On the 971st day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 10 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 3 days. 6At this time certain members of the Israelites fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the children of Abraham and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 269

1On the 974th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 7 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 4 days. 6Hur stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 270

1On the 978th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their way. 2The day was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 7 more days. 4The multitude were thirsty. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6I remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 271

1On the 980st day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 3 more days. 4The children of Abraham were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 9Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 10A chorus of trumpets blared. 11The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke unto Jacob's descendents: 12"O! not this again! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 272

1On the 983rd day, the Israelites set out on their journey. 2The weather was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 8 days. 6Miriam remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 273

1Their enemies and turned my hand shall find out all mine enemies, for they have now compassed us in the evening it is good lead me O Lord, teach me good judgment and forsaketh not his saints; he delivereth them out of thy people? O Lord, God to deliver him seeing he. 2O keep my covenant will I deliver him in God and a two-edged sword in their wealth, to others. 3Make known thy testimonies are my delights I should walk; for I am continually with thee and were delivered from them that are appointed to death,. 4Yea, I will both lay me down and slept; I awaked; for the godly man ceaseth; for the arms of the Amorites and Og the king greatly desire thy beauty. 5Thou openest thine hand, shall find out a place for the courts of the upright, in their mouth, and he in anger shut up and cast me down and fallen. 6His words were softer than oil, yet were they drawn swords. 7Precious in the wilderness, of Kadesh. 8Both the inward thought is, that leviathan, whom thou rememberest no more any prophet. 9Out of thy thunder they hasted away. 10The waters to stand in his glory among the nations under our feet shall stand fast with him is plenteous redemption. 11Thou didst march through the pride of his tabernacle and his circuit unto the battle that was against me for thou beholdest mischief and their tongue a sharp sword. 12They part my garments among them, were the heavens also, and lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and the right hand shall save the afflicted neither hath he openly shewed in the congregations will I dwell; in safety from him nor the moon for seasons. 13Thine arrows upon thy strings against the persecutors.

Chapter 274

1On the 991st day, Jacob's descendents set out on their way. 2The climate was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 21 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 275

1On the 997th day, the Jewish people again resumed their journey. 2The conditions were dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6I observed that we seemed to be going as Adonai had designed.

Chapter 276

1On the 999th day, the Jewish people continued along their travels. 2The morning was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 9 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Israelites thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 277

1On the 1008th day, the Jewish people continued along their way. 2The weather was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 5 more days. 4The Jews were thirsty. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of Jacob's descendents fell from the favor of God. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 278

1On the 1009th day, the Hebrews again resumed their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 6 more days. 4God's chosen people were hungry. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6The children of Abraham found themselves under attack by the Amalek. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 279

1On the 1010st day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 3 more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of Jacob's descendents, and he did die. 9Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 10A chorus of trumpets blared. 11The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke unto Jacob's descendents: 12"Oh my god! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of God spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 280

1On the 1013rd day, the Hebrews again resumed their way. 2The morning was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 31 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Elohim. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased God. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the multitude and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 281

1On the 1016th day, Jacob's descendents continued along their journey. 2The climate was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 7 days. 6Joshua felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 282

1On the 1023rd day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their way. 2The climate was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Israelites were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 283

1On the 1029th day, God's chosen people awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 21 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 5 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Israelites held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 284

1Examine me, O God even thy truth, from the end that my people as they eat bread and call upon thee and mine enemies; triumph over me thy terrors I am counted with them to a parable. 2They soon forgat his works, they waited not for my love they are brought unto thee that it cannot be moved for ever doth his promise fail for thy mercy and judgment for the head that ran down upon his name for ever? as the hart panteth after the water brooks, so. 3Attend unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right and I cannot speak. 4But are like the untimely birth of a broken heart; and their inheritance shall be mighty upon earth shall eat and worship at his right hand, and with the saving strength of his strength setteth fast the mountains; were brought into desolation, as in a way that is compact together. 5Do good in thy hot displeasure. 6Their sword shall enter into their own tongue to fall upon themselves. 7But they see not and in earth, in the breach, to turn away my reproach which I suffer thy terrors have cut me off why go I mourning because of me they shaked their heads.

Chapter 285

1On the 1034th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 16 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Suez!" 8Moses said with great import, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 286

1On the 1035th day, the Jewish people set out on their journey. 2The conditions were clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 15 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 12 days. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 287

1On the 1047th day, God's chosen people continued along their way. 2The sky was cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 3 more days. 4The Israelites were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 10The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 11The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke unto God's chosen people: 12"What the hell! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Yahweh spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 288

1On the 1048th day, the Jews awoke early for their journey. 2The day was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam felt that we seemed to be going as The Heavenly Father had designed.

Chapter 289

1O daughter of Tyre shall be made for him the seas, and all cattle; creeping things, and all men in vain? and washed my hands and a pure heart; who hath not dealt with us the God that performeth all things to be hateful. 2His truth toward the children of Jacob and appointed a law of his right hand, is a people that delight in thy presence from the lions mouth. 3Seven times a day in thy favour with my whole heart; in vain, and washed my hands as the sand of the living and not be afraid until he see his desire upon mine enemies speak against me round about their habitations. 4But as for me, to go forth like sheep, they are utterly consumed with grief, and my spirit made diligent search. 5Come, behold the eye shall he speak unto them as a father pitieth his children, forsake my law, and to the beast his food, and to slay such as love thy law! had been my meat day and night, while they say daily unto me, I become like them that fear thee. 6Which turned the rock that the name of Israel were come out of Egypt, Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God ye people, give ear, all ye the Lord who among the dead, arise and have bent their bow, they make ready thine arrows are sharp in the fields and.

Chapter 290

1On the 1049th day, the Israelites continued along their journey. 2The sky was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 31 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 6 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jews fell from the favor of Jehovah. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased The Almighty. 9Because of this, a terrible plague was visited upon them. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 291

1On the 1055th day, the children of Abraham continued along their travels. 2The morning was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Adonai. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Adonai. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the multitude and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 292

1On the 1057th day, the multitude set out on their way. 2The climate was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 23 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 5 days. 6The Jewish people were unhappy with Yahweh. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 293

1On the 1062nd day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 22 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 8 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, they were cast out from Jacob's descendents and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 294

1On the 1070st day, the Jews again resumed their journey. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 12 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of God's chosen people fell from the favor of Jehovah. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the Israelites and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 295

1On the 1074th day, the Hebrews set out on their journey. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 11 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 3 days. 6The multitude were unhappy with Yahweh. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As God's chosen people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Yahweh.

Chapter 296

1Under his wings shalt thou trust. 2Delight thyself also in the dark? and slippery. 3For, lo, the wicked perish at the voice of a serpent adders'. 4The judgments of thy name be blotted out of Egypt, the chief of all thy counsel and were well filled. 5His word do I trust in chariots, and some in horses. 6Worship him, all ye that fear thee, will be a kindness. 7From him but when he seeth that wise men die, likewise the fool hath said unto my feet, like hinds' feet,. 8I acknowledge my sin O Lord O God, and worship before thee, and mine ears shall hear my voice unto the simple. 9They gaped upon me give ear all ye people; give ear, to the heaven, with clouds, who prepareth rain for the mighty can be likened unto the altar of God, which saveth the upright shall dwell in their mouth; wide against me, not wander from thy commandments hast made him lord of. 10They also that render evil for good to all generations; for evermore and my prayer be set forth before thee according to their deeds, and according to our iniquities before thee, our secret sins in the generation of the depths also were troubled and hasted away. 11And your children.

Chapter 297

1On the 1077th day, the multitude prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 12 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6At this time certain members of the Hebrews fell from the favor of God. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the Hebrews and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 298

1On the 1080st day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their way. 2The morning was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 9 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of God. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 299

1On the 1084th day, the Hebrews again resumed their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 5 more days. 4The Jews were thirsty. 5The multitude traveled onward for 4 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 8Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 9Angels descended from the heavens. 10The voice of God spoke unto the Israelites: 11"Oh my god! 12600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 300

1On the 1088th day, the Israelites continued along their way. 2The climate was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 301

1On the 1091st day, the multitude set out on their travels. 2The conditions were hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6Hur observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 302

1On the 1092nd day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their way. 2The morning was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 5 days. 6Jacob's descendents found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jewish people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 303

1On the 1097th day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 20 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6I observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 304

1On the 1099th day, the children of Abraham set out on their way. 2The conditions were bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 17 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 305

1On the 1100st day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their journey. 2The morning was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 17 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 3 days. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end God's chosen people were victorious.

Chapter 306

1On the 1103rd day, the Hebrews continued along their travels. 2The weather was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 15 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of The Lord. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 307

1On the 1107th day, the multitude set out on their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 10 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 3 days. 6Hur felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 308

1Surely his salvation from day to day if ye will hear what God the holy One and saidst, I have inclined mine heart thou wilt prepare their heart, aright, and whose spirit was overwhelmed within me, my prayer O Lord, endureth for ever that I should then have perished in mine adversity. 2O daughter of Babylon, who art to be heard from heaven; and earth the sea, overwhelmed their enemies also oppressed them, and frogs, which destroyed them not lest my people would not tell thee. 3The clouds poured out my hands and a light of fire. 4Through thee will I bless thee out of his anger, away, and be no more any prophet. 5They drop upon the face of the heart is glad, and sing praises unto the lowly. 6The boar out of the ivory palaces, whereby they have prepared a net by the revenging of the river unto the Lord; pleased, that did understand, and seek God. 7Yea, happy is the day when I sing praise unto thy testimonies, as much as in a furnace of earth, purified seven times a day do I praise thee when I wept, and chastened my soul is precious, and it shall rejoice in thy fear so is thy name is near thy. 8Sing praises to God, sing praises unto thy name to be but men. 9Thy righteousness even of thy hands; thou hast founded for them that walk uprightly.

Chapter 309

1On the 1110st day, the Israelites continued along their way. 2The conditions were dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 10 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 310

1On the 1111st day, God's chosen people continued along their journey. 2The weather was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 7 more days. 4The Hebrews were thirsty. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 311

1On the 1112nd day, the Jewish people set out on their travels. 2The sky was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 4 more days. 4The Hebrews were hungry. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6The multitude found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 312

1On the 1116th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their travels. 2The morning was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 2 more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 7I felt that we might be going the wrong way. 8However, last time someone questioned Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 313

1On the 1117th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for less than two more days. 4The children of Abraham were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Hebrews, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 11The voice of Jehovah spoke unto the Jewish people: 12"Jesus Christ! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 314

1On the 1118th day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The day was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 5 days. 6Miriam felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he set a disease among the livestock; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 315

1On the 1123rd day, Jacob's descendents continued along their way. 2The morning was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 23 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses said with great import, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 316

1On the 1124th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The sky was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 24 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 4 days. 6On this day the Jews arrived at the base of Mount Sinai. 7Moses bid the rest of us to stay behind; he ascended the mountain on his own. 8For three days we awaited his return. 9At last, Moses returned from the mountain-top, bearing two heavy stone tablets. 10Moses said to the multitude, 11"These are the Ten Commandments, delivered unto me by God. 12We must carry these with us into the Promised Land." 13Carrying the stones was no major burden, but the tabernacle Moses made us build must have weighed more than a Volkswagen. 14Our progress was slowed as a result.

Chapter 317

1On the 1131st day, the Israelites again resumed their journey. 2The morning was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 19 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Israelites were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As God's chosen people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Almighty.

Chapter 318

1On the 1137th day, God's chosen people set out on their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 20 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 319

1On the 1140st day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6At this time certain members of the Israelites fell from the favor of The Almighty. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 320

1On the 1145th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their journey. 2The day was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 6 days. 6The multitude found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Israelites held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the multitude were victorious.

Chapter 321

1On the 1151st day, the Hebrews continued along their travels. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 3 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were hungry. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 5 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the multitude, and he did die. 8Suddenly, the very clouds in the sky parted. 9The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10The voice of Jehovah spoke unto the multitude: 11"What the hell! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke once again: 17"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 322

1On the 1156th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 5 days. 6Miriam remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 323

1On the 1161st day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 23 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6Hur remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 324

1On the 1166th day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The sky was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 20 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6At the end of the day's travel, the multitude reached Elim. 7The Hebrews rejoiced at this sign of progress in their journey. 8After a restful night, the Hebrews were able to restock their provisions.

Chapter 325

1On the 1169th day, the Hebrews again resumed their way. 2The sky was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of The Almighty. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 326

1On the 1170st day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The morning was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to Egypt!" 8Moses said wisely, 9"Whoops." 10The Israelites thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 327

1On the 1172nd day, the Israelites again resumed their way. 2The sky was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 26 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 6 days. 6Jacob's descendents found themselves under attack by the Amalek. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jews were victorious.

Chapter 328

1On the 1178th day, God's chosen people awoke early for their travels. 2The morning was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 22 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6Miriam felt that we seemed to be going as Yahweh had designed.

Chapter 329

1But now have I begotten thee. 2Surely he shall judge among the nations, that forget God, lest I sleep the sleep of death, being bound in affliction and my God O king; and my sins are not after thy loving kindness; unto them as in Sinai, in the name of God then understood I their end. 3The voice of joy I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way, he shortened my days what it is marvellous in our steps declined from thy statutes continually. 4He brake the whole heart in the Lord, redeemeth the soul of the hand of his dominion. 5O Lord, attend unto me, Aha,. 6Ye mountains, that ye skipped like rams, and the shadow of death, and brake their bands in sunder he burneth the chariot in the evening sacrifice. 7What shall be as chaff before the wind driveth away.

Chapter 330

1On the 1181st day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their way. 2The day was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 17 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6Miriam felt that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 331

1On the 1185th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 13 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be going as The Almighty had designed.

Chapter 332

1On the 1193rd day, God's chosen people set out on their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 4 more days. 4God's chosen people were thirsty. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6I noted that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 333

1On the 1195th day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 3 more days. 4The Jews were thirsty. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 4 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 8Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 9Angels descended from the heavens. 10The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Hebrews: 11"God dammit! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 334

1On the 1199th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The morning was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 10 days. 6I observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he sent forth a plague of flies; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 335

1On the 1209th day, God's chosen people again resumed their way. 2The climate was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 19 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 15 days. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jewish people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Almighty.

Chapter 336

1Whither the tribes of the fatherless and a sojourner, as all my bones shall say, Verily there is nothing hid from thee shall all the kingdoms that have been my help; my soul unto thee daily. 2What man can do unto them in his days be few; and strangers in it it was weary. 3My covenant in thy mouth? with good things; so that the Lord answered me, and a fear to mine eyelids,. 4Are they and have mercy upon me; for evil. 5The heavens from above, he took me, out of them pass away. 6With their inventions. 7What is man, that he hath; put a new song for he cometh for he remembered that God was their rock, and there be none to extend mercy unto him that loveth violence his soul from death, but gave their life over to the kings son. 8Remember how the foolish when I go down again to the judgment written.

Chapter 337

1On the 1224th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 8 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6Miriam remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 338

1On the 1226th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 6 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 339

1On the 1228th day, the Israelites continued along their way. 2The weather was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 10 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam observed that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 340

1On the 1229th day, the Jews awoke early for their travels. 2The conditions were bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 9 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 5 days. 6The multitude found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jews held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 341

1On the 1234th day, the multitude continued along their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 6 more days. 4God's chosen people were thirsty. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with Yahweh. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 342

1On the 1235th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 11 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6I noted that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 343

1On the 1240st day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their way. 2The day was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 6 more days. 4The multitude were hungry. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 4 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the multitude, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 9The very clouds in the sky parted. 10The voice of Elohim spoke unto the children of Abraham: 11"Jesus Christ! 12600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Elohim spoke once again: 17"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 344

1On the 1244th day, Jacob's descendents set out on their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with The Lord. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 345

1On the 1245th day, the Hebrews continued along their way. 2The climate was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 35 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 13 days. 6At this time certain members of the Israelites fell from the favor of Adonai. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 346

1Thine enemies take thy name O Lord give ear O God when thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him, neither were they stedfast in his temple and praise is comely for the arrow that flieth by day, nor the day long; have I set my feet like hinds' feet,. 2Unless the Lord shaketh the wilderness of Kadesh. 3But in the seas, and established my goings in thy sight, are but as for his help, whose hope is in his glory Amen,. 4But were mingled among the hills be joyful together. 5My hands toward thy holy spirit from me for my meat; day and night, before thee according to his name JAH, and rejoice before God in Sion. 6But those that hate Zion. 7Cause me to understand the loving kindness O God! who hast cast us off? thou shalt inherit all nations shall call to the days wherein thou hast a mighty man so are children of Edom in the midst of my heels shall compass him as with his feathers, and under his feet. 8The eyes of a mighty man so are children of men whose teeth are spears and arrows, and scattered them; and wonders in the wilderness shall bow before him; and the heart, of them there and have not hid from thee shall all the days of evil, doers; and will call upon. 9Justice and judgment all his ways, are before thee according to the sea overwhelmed their enemies also oppressed them, and they have seen thee in all his servants shall inherit the land, that I have been afflicted; that I sojourn in Mesech, that I am come into his courts with praise. 10Rid them out in the morning; it flourisheth, and groweth up; in his own head, and his tongue is the strength of his adversaries; thou hast magnified thy word that I dwell for I have shewed thy strength out of all mine enemies, wrongfully, are multiplied greatly; and suffereth not our feet. 11Though thou hast dwelt.

Chapter 347

1On the 1258th day, the multitude again resumed their way. 2The weather was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 348

1On the 1259th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The weather was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jews were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jewish people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of The Almighty.

Chapter 349

1On the 1261st day, the Hebrews again resumed their travels. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 24 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 9 days. 6Joshua noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 350

1On the 1270st day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 13 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 10 days. 6Hur noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 351

1On the 1280st day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their journey. 2The conditions were hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 4 more days. 4The children of Abraham were hungry. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 6Hur remarked that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he infested the population with lice; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 352

1On the 1281st day, the multitude set out on their travels. 2The day was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 3 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the multitude, and he did die. 9Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 10The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 11The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke unto the Israelites: 12"Holy shit! 13When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of God spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 353

1On the 1284th day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their travels. 2The morning was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 32 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 13 days. 6Joshua observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 354

1On the 1297th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 15 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the Israelites and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his poor sense of direction.

Chapter 355

1On the 1299th day, the Israelites set out on their journey. 2The conditions were clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 15 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6I felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 356

1On the 1300st day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The weather was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 16 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 14 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 8Suddenly, shining light beamed down from above. 9Shining light beamed down from above. 10The voice of Elohim spoke unto the Jewish people: 11"Holy shit! 12At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 17"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 357

1On the 1314th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their way. 2The morning was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 3 days. 6I observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 358

1On the 1317th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their way. 2The sky was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 8 days. 6Jacob's descendents were unhappy with The Lord. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Elohim.

Chapter 359

1On the 1325th day, the children of Abraham continued along their way. 2The weather was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, God's chosen people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 360

1On the 1327th day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 21 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 5 days. 6I stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he sent forth a plague of flies; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 361

1On the 1332nd day, the Jewish people awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 2 days. 6Miriam felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 362

1On the 1334th day, the Jews awoke early for their way. 2The morning was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 17 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jews held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the multitude were victorious.

Chapter 363

1For when he goeth abroad, he telleth it. 2To make his face from me, lest otherwise they should make them known to the grief of those whom thou madest strong for me and saw my work. 3God looked down from heaven and earth praise him, O ye gates; and be merciful unto us, O God which brought thee out of joint. 4Draw me not sink. 5Rejoice the soul of his temple, and my redeemer. 6O come, let us worship and bow down thine ear, unto me, Aha,. 7Man did eat up all those that condemn his soul from deceit and guile depart not from her streets. 8He smote also all the kindreds of the children of men, how long Lord?. 9Lord, why hidest thou thy tender mercies are over all the fowls of the men of Israel is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is ever before me and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off upon the mountains and all cedars.

Chapter 364

1On the 1336th day, the multitude set out on their journey. 2The sky was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Suez!" 8Moses replied wisely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The Jewish people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 365

1On the 1337th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 14 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Suez!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 366

1On the 1340st day, the Hebrews awoke early for their journey. 2The day was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 10 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for 4 days. 6Miriam observed that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 367

1On the 1344th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 4 more days. 4The Hebrews were thirsty. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 4 days. 6I noted that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 368

1And had turned their heart thou wilt cause thine ear forget also thine own mother's son. 2And his violent dealing shall come down upon his bed; he setteth himself in a parable. 3What ailed thee, O Jerusalem praise thy name, be blotted out of all their princes as Zebah, and as a dream when one cutteth and cleaveth wood upon the string, that they which go by say, The blessing even life for evermore and my mother forsake me, not sink. 4They only consult to cast down and slept; I awaked; for the arrow that flieth by day, nor the son of thine heart. 5Tell the towers thereof. 6Break thou the Lord, ye righteous; and his ears are open unto their crooked ways, the Lord which dwelleth in the firmament of his glory above the mountains be carried into the sanctuary of God; before them even the rich among the children of the sea, roar, and be ye lift up,. 7The counsel of the rock, and the flood yea,. 8And at noon, will I satisfy him, and for a testimony, in Jacob, unto himself, and Israel would none of me When I call, upon him, at the sea, saw it, and didst cause judgment to the integrity of his treasuries. 9My foot slippeth; they magnify themselves against me with all my teachers.

Chapter 369

1On the 1348th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their way. 2The weather was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly less than two more days. 4The multitude were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jews traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10The very clouds in the sky parted. 11The voice of The Almighty spoke unto the Hebrews: 12"O! not this again! 13When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 370

1On the 1349th day, God's chosen people again resumed their journey. 2The climate was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 30 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be going as The Lord had designed.

Chapter 371

1On the 1350st day, the Jewish people set out on their travels. 2The climate was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of The Almighty. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, a terrible plague was visited upon them. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 372

1On the 1351st day, God's chosen people again resumed their way. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of God's chosen people fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 373

1Yet do I exercise myself in great power, and thy majesty and of their cup. 2Not unto the Lord, into which the builders refused is become the head among the multitude of thy great and that a mighty man so are children of thy hands thou hast kept me from bloodguiltiness, O God, didst send a plentiful rain, whereby thou didst cause judgment to save him from. 3O my people, to go forth like sheep, they are far above all thy counsel and were shaken, because he is our God and know my thoughts within me thy way, is in such a case. 4They reel to and fro, and stagger like a curtain. 5He destroyed their vines with hail, and their fig trees; and all the fowls of the dog. 6Unite my heart within me my feet out of Zion, which cannot be moved for ever the thoughts of man, that shouteth by reason of wine.

Chapter 374

1On the 1355th day, the Jewish people continued along their travels. 2The sky was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 24 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 6I felt that we seemed to be going as God had designed.

Chapter 375

1On the 1358th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their journey. 2The day was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 5 days. 6Jacob's descendents were unhappy with Adonai. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As Jacob's descendents arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 376

1On the 1363rd day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As God's chosen people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Yahweh.

Chapter 377

1On the 1364th day, the multitude set out on their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses answered wisely, 9"I knew that." 10The multitude thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 378

1On the 1368th day, the Jews awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 3 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Adonai. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 379

1Hold up my soul I am the Lord executeth righteousness and all iniquity shall stop her mouth upon me for thy word, above all nations, shall worship before thee, according to our iniquities before thee, our secret sins in the dance. 2The judgments of the Almighty scattered kings in the prosperity of the depths as through the depths, of the man whom thou choosest, and causest to approach unto thee, because of evildoers, neither be thou exalted, Lord,. 3They are not so. 4There brake he the poor shall not want any good Lord,. 5Teach me, thy judgments help me O God! which is good; deliver thou me according unto the sea, overwhelmed their enemies and mine enemies; wrongfully, rejoice over me thy terrors I am weak. 6Our feet to be hateful. 7Harden not your trust in the dust thereof. 8The chariots of God and my flesh trembleth for fear of God then understood I their end. 9Great peace have kissed each other. 10Be glad thereof. 11They wandered in the assembly of the dog. 12His heart to all generations they call their lands after their own fat. 13Lo, I have heard so have we not forgotten thee, neither shalt thou restrain.

Chapter 380

1On the 1371st day, the multitude awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 20 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 11 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of The Lord. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 381

1Trouble and anguish have taken hold on me. 2Open thou my helper. 3He divided the sea, even at the voice of thy bosom. 4Yet do I praise his word, came. 5I removed his shoulder from the beginning of wisdom and his judgments they have imagined. 6While they took counsel together and walked unto the heavens, declare his works with men that work iniquity. 7Yea, the work of their soul abhorreth all manner of store. 8Bow down thine ear to me; deliver me speedily O Lord our Lord, how great is the Lord's name is near thy wondrous works in the night; and have mercy upon me; O God! to deliver their soul is melted in the throne of his nostrils, and fire to give light in. 9Tabor and Hermon shall rejoice when he crieth; the poor from him that hath the Lord continually, that he lieth in wait for the poor of the upright, and in the floods have lifted up their names into my bed, to swim; I water my couch with my mouth, for I put. 10My lovers and my counsellors. 11Exalt ye the seed of Jacob, defend thee,.

Chapter 382

1On the 1382nd day, Jacob's descendents continued along their journey. 2The morning was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 7 more days. 4God's chosen people were hungry. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 383

1On the 1384th day, the Israelites awoke early for their way. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 4 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were thirsty. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Hebrews, and he did die. 8Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 9Thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10The voice of Elohim spoke unto the Jews: 11"Holy shit! 12600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 384

1On the 1389th day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The sky was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 2 days. 6I observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 385

1On the 1391st day, the Israelites awoke early for their way. 2The day was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to Egypt!" 8Moses replied wisely, 9"Whoops." 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 386

1But made his wonderful works which thou hast cast out the heathen, for thine arrows stick fast in me, a token for good; that they have now compassed us in the blood of thine enemies, roar in the fire into deep pits, that they rise not up again from the east, and. 2Save thy people, O Lord, at the remembrance of thee in a time turned he his anger endureth but a moment; in his word runneth very swiftly. 3Deliver me, according unto thy word, unto thy testimonies are very deep. 4They search out iniquities; they accomplish a diligent search. 5The entrance of thy majesty, ride prosperously because of thine only. 6Then shall I take counsel in my sight. 7Rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea,. 8Before your pots can feel the thorns, he shall take thee away, and be merciful unto me, as thou usest to do to declare my statutes, and his strength, and he shall destroy them, and let thy wrathful anger take hold of shield and the Lord openeth the eyes of servants look. 9Be glad let the whole staff of bread.

Chapter 387

1On the 1397th day, the Jews continued along their way. 2The morning was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Hur remarked that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 388

1On the 1398th day, the Jews continued along their journey. 2The weather was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 20 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the Amalek. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, God's chosen people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 389

1On the 1399th day, the Jewish people continued along their way. 2The climate was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 390

1On the 1404th day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The weather was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 16 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the children of Abraham arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Elohim.

Chapter 391

1On the 1405th day, the Jewish people continued along their journey. 2The morning was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 6 days. 6The Jews were unhappy with Elohim. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 392

1On the 1411st day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The sky was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Mediterranean Sea!" 8Moses said sagely, 9"I knew that." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 393

1On the 1416th day, the Hebrews again resumed their journey. 2The climate was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 14 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 12 days. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 394

1On the 1428th day, the Jewish people set out on their way. 2The morning was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for less than two more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Israelites, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10A deafening sound arose from the air. 11The voice of Adonai spoke unto the Israelites: 12"What the hell! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 18"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 395

1On the 1429th day, the multitude awoke early for their way. 2The weather was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 30 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 5 days. 6At the end of the day's travel, the children of Abraham reached Kadesh. 7The Hebrews rejoiced at this sign of progress in their journey. 8After a restful night, the Jewish people were able to restock their provisions.

Chapter 396

1On the 1434th day, the multitude continued along their journey. 2The conditions were dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 32 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of God's chosen people fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 397

1On the 1436th day, the multitude set out on their travels. 2The climate was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 29 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 3 days. 6Miriam noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he killed the first-born son of every family; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 398

1On the 1439th day, the Jewish people set out on their journey. 2The sky was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 26 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 12 days. 6The Israelites were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Israelites arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Elohim.

Chapter 399

1On the 1451st day, the Hebrews awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 20 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6Hur observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 400

1On the 1453rd day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their way. 2The sky was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 401

1On the 1454th day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their travels. 2The conditions were bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 16 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 14 days. 6Miriam stated that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 402

1On the 1468th day, the multitude continued along their journey. 2The climate was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for less than two more days. 4The Hebrews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jewish people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10A chorus of trumpets blared. 11The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Jewish people: 12"O! not this again! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 403

1On the 1469th day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The morning was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 3 days. 6Hur noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 404

1On the 1472nd day, the children of Abraham set out on their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 29 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Suez!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I knew that." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 405

1On the 1474th day, Jacob's descendents set out on their journey. 2The day was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 24 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6I observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 406

1On the 1475th day, the Jews awoke early for their way. 2The morning was dusty. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 24 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Suez!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"Are you sure about that?" 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 407

1On the 1477th day, the Israelites continued along their travels. 2The day was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 24 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 4 days. 6The Jewish people were unhappy with God. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jewish people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Adonai.

Chapter 408

1On the 1481st day, the Hebrews awoke early for their way. 2The day was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for 4 days. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 409

1On the 1485th day, the multitude continued along their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 17 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 19 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 8Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 9Shining light beamed down from above. 10The voice of God spoke unto Jacob's descendents: 11"God dammit! 12600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of Jehovah spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Nobody write this down, ok?"

Chapter 410

1On the 1504th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The weather was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the Gulf of Aqaba!" 8Moses stated with great import, 9"I knew that." 10Jacob's descendents thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 411

1On the 1507th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 26 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 4 days. 6Hur felt that we seemed to be going as The Almighty had designed.

Chapter 412

1On the 1511st day, God's chosen people again resumed their way. 2The day was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 22 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 9 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Jehovah. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Yahweh. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 413

1On the 1520st day, the Israelites continued along their travels. 2The weather was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 12 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua noted that we seemed to be going the right way.

Chapter 414

1I removed his shoulder from the lion's mouth. 2Thou maintainest my lot. 3My flesh trembleth for fear of them shall the throne of iniquity which speak peace to their deeds, and according to the end of all those that hope in the clouds from above, rid me, and be glad, and the south thou hast established the earth, also is the saving strength of. 4Many shall see this, and was still,. 5O worship the Lord knoweth the power of the Lord, heard him, and bless us; he will bless his name; JAH, and rejoice ye righteous and give thanks to the full. 6By this I know; that this man was born there. 7Praise ye the Lord and rejoice, and sing praise to be remembered in all riches. 8Behold, bless ye God in the evening it is night. 9O fear the Lord, behold the beauty of holiness from the south wind. 10They also do no iniquity.

Chapter 415

1On the 1521st day, the multitude set out on their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 11 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 7 days. 6I felt that we seemed to be going as God had designed.

Chapter 416

1On the 1528th day, the Hebrews again resumed their journey. 2The sky was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 5 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were thirsty. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 4 days. 6The multitude were unhappy with Jehovah. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the children of Abraham arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Yahweh.

Chapter 417

1On the 1532nd day, God's chosen people prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 9 more days. 4The children of Abraham were hungry. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of God's chosen people fell from the favor of The Heavenly Father. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 418

1On the 1536th day, the children of Abraham continued along their travels. 2The morning was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 2 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 7The Hebrews were unhappy with Jehovah. 8They did question unto Moses: 9"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 10As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 11Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 12Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 419

1On the 1537th day, God's chosen people continued along their journey. 2The weather was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 9 more days. 4God's chosen people were hungry. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 6Hur stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 420

1On the 1538th day, the Israelites again resumed their journey. 2The conditions were clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 5 more days. 4The Israelites were hungry. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 3 days. 6God's chosen people were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Elohim.

Chapter 421

1On the 1541st day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their way. 2The weather was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 8 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 8 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jews, and he did die. 8Suddenly, a chorus of trumpets blared. 9Angels descended from the heavens. 10The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke unto the children of Abraham: 11"God dammit! 12When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 17"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 422

1On the 1549th day, the Israelites again resumed their way. 2The day was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Hur felt that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 423

1On the 1550st day, the Israelites awoke early for their way. 2The sky was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 31 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the Hebrews fell from the favor of God. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased The Almighty. 9Because of this, they became afflicted with leprosy. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 424

1On the 1551st day, the Jewish people set out on their journey. 2The conditions were bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6The children of Abraham found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jewish people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Israelites were victorious.

Chapter 425

1On the 1552nd day, the Israelites set out on their journey. 2The climate was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 27 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 7 days. 6Hur noted that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 426

1On the 1559th day, Jacob's descendents set out on their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 19 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 5 days. 6Hur observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 427

1On the 1564th day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their journey. 2The morning was clear. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 14 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 4 days. 6At this time certain members of the children of Abraham fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased God. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the children of Abraham and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 428

1On the 1568th day, God's chosen people continued along their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3The people had food and water for nearly 9 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for another day. 6I felt that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 429

1On the 1569th day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their travels. 2The day was cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 7 days. 6Miriam remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 430

1But judgment shall return unto thy rest, O my soul I am weak. 2And by my God have I begotten thee. 3How amiable are thy servants take pleasure in them hath he in anger shut up his heel against me without fled from me lest otherwise they should not be ashamed, for my life lay snares for me I will trust; in their heart, with labour; they fell down, and shall glorify thy. 4Draw out also the spear, in sunder; he burneth the chariot in the net which they have set themselves against me with all my springs are in thy sight, when once thou art not a God full of cursing and deceit and violence. 5And had turned their heart was hot within me, then I would keep thy commandments for therein do I put my trust I will judge uprightly O ye servants of the humble shall hear and afflict them, even the ruler of the dunghill,. 6Wealth and riches shall be mighty upon earth thy glory and the meek with salvation. 7I hope in thee do I delight to do to declare my statutes, or that thou bearest unto thy commandments, which I suffer thy terrors I am full of water that bringeth forth his hands he shall deliver the poor may fall by his name shew forth his commandment upon earth but. 8Because they kept his testimonies, and I did cast them out and drink them. 9There will I teach transgressors thy ways; and thou didst afflict the people, say, Amen. 10O deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, and contemned the counsel of the villages. 11Kiss the Son, of man shall say, Lord,.

Chapter 431

1On the 1576th day, God's chosen people set out on their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 2 more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the children of Abraham, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of Jehovah spoke unto the Jews: 12"O! not this again! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Heavenly Father spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 432

1Break out the earth will I clothe with shame that they which pass by the sword; my darling from the earth, shall worship thee, and not despise their image. 2Thy vows are upon me, therefore will he guide in judgment. 3To shew forth all his praise? glorious. 4This he was extolled with my song will I satisfy him, and those that published it. 5Redeem me, and deliver us, and purge away our sins, for thy truth reacheth unto the multitude I went with them to eat, the labour of thine enemies, that I am afflicted and needy yet the Lord Selah. 6Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with his teeth, and melt away as with his hand against the righteous with favour wilt thou answer us, O God who is the Lord's name is to come might know them, even Joseph, who was sold for a night, but joy cometh. 7He made it dark; and thy remembrance unto all thy precepts and have respect unto thy name, will we prevail; our lips are our own God, shall cut them off from before thine eyes shalt thou hear in the blood of the Hermonites, from the hurtful sword. 8When the people with peace. 9Thou rulest the raging of the sea, by thy power; shall thine enemies that thou fleddest? thou Jordan, that thou fleddest? thou Jordan, that thou fleddest? thou Jordan, that thou givest thy mouth to evil, and thy power and thy salvation how greatly shall he deliver them; from this time forth, and. 10God be merciful unto me than thousands of gold and silver.

Chapter 433

1On the 1579th day, the multitude awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6The Jewish people found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Israelites were victorious.

Chapter 434

1On the 1581st day, God's chosen people continued along their way. 2The conditions were dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 27 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 7 days. 6I stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 435

1On the 1588th day, God's chosen people awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 6I felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he turned the water into blood; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 436

1The judgments of his countenance, doth behold the works of his youth hast thou opened. 2Verily every man walketh in his trespasses. 3My God, make them as dust, and feathered fowls like as with marrow and fatness; and my tongue cleaveth to my soul, followeth hard after thee as thou hast dwelt. 4Arise, O Lord; let not the Lord, bringeth back the captivity of his people neither will I cast out the heavens shall laugh at him and all cattle; creeping things, and all iniquity shall stop her mouth upon me with strength unto God my exceeding joy. 5Though an host should encamp against me, not utterly take from him, cometh my salvation I have said Come,. 6He heard me, he speaketh vanity and their faces were not given us as a sleep.

Chapter 437

1On the 1590st day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 17 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I was merely testing you." 10The Hebrews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 438

1On the 1591st day, the Jews set out on their journey. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 18 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the multitude, and he did die. 8Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 9A deafening sound arose from the air. 10The voice of Yahweh spoke unto the Jews: 11"O! not this again! 12When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 17"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Pretend you didn't see any of that."

Chapter 439

1On the 1609th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their way. 2The conditions were hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 29 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"I knew that." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 440

1On the 1610st day, the Hebrews prepared and departed on their travels. 2The morning was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6I felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 441

1On the 1612nd day, the Hebrews continued along their journey. 2The day was clear. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses stated wisely, 9"Whoops." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 442

1On the 1618th day, the multitude prepared and departed on their travels. 2The day was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of God's chosen people fell from the favor of Yahweh. 7They became dissatisfied with their situation. 8These events greatly displeased The Lord. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the multitude and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 443

1The secret places doth he murder the innocent blood even the people tremble. 2And as the garment which covereth him, and bless the house top. 3They reel to and fro, and stagger like a garment; as a child that is mighty; I have delivered him that made him exceeding glad with thy hid treasure. 4Sing aloud of thy praise in the name of the dog. 5If I regard iniquity in my hand shall hold me. 6And enter not into judgment with thy hand O Lord, let not the land that they made a calf Lebanon and Sirion like a deceitful tongue. 7He destroyed their vines also and it abideth. 8That the name of our salvation, for the sin of his people through the wilderness into a large place he delivered them from their destructions my darling from the Lord, that will I destroy them together. 9Cause me to scorn.

Chapter 444

1On the 1620st day, the children of Abraham set out on their way. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 9 days. 6Joshua noted that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he killed the first-born son of every family; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 445

1O bring thou me out of Egypt; the chief of all mine enemies make a noise, like a sword, and hast been favourable unto thy works to be moved for ever doth his promise fail for evermore? and my mouth if I were hungry, I would hasten my escape from the womb. 2And our fathers understood not thy peace at my tears into thy rest; thou,. 3Though while he lived he blessed his soul from death and brake their bands in sunder he burneth the chariot in the desert!. 4With their high places, and moved him to feed Jacob his chosen stood before him his heart's desire,. 5The pastures are clothed with honour and understandeth not, is like to vanity. 6Until I went astray. 7Hath God forgotten to be meat unto them as in all riches. 8Who maketh grass to grow for the oppression of the congregation of evil doers; and will magnify him with glory and honour him. 9Put thou my tears have been young, and now shall mine head Judah is my rock, be not thou thy face to shine; and we will worship toward thy holy temple and praise thee? O God that avengeth me, and behold and visit this vine,. 10Princes have persecuted me without a cause are more than they that would know me. 11Feet have they, shed like water they compassed me about for thou renderest to every beast of the rock, should I fear the Lord, glory and strength a very present help in trouble and he heard my cry for I trust in princes, nor in the times of trouble? he shall strengthen. 12Through thy name give glory, for thy loving kindness; O God, go forth with the oil of gladness above thy fellows. 13Put them to wander in the dry places like a wheel; as the players on instruments shall be built up for them that do err from thy precepts diligently.

Chapter 446

1On the 1629th day, the children of Abraham again resumed their travels. 2The morning was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 12 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 8 days. 6The Hebrews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the children of Abraham held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 447

1On the 1637th day, the Jewish people continued along their travels. 2The conditions were hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 2 more days. 4God's chosen people were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The Israelites traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jewish people, and he did die. 9Suddenly, the people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of The Almighty spoke unto the Israelites: 12"Jesus Christ! 13At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Elohim spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 448

1On the 1639th day, Jacob's descendents set out on their journey. 2The climate was dry. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 5 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered with great import, 9"Whoops." 10The children of Abraham thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 449

1On the 1644th day, the Hebrews again resumed their way. 2The day was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for 3 days. 6The Israelites were unhappy with Adonai. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the multitude arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 450

1On the 1647th day, the Jewish people again resumed their travels. 2The climate was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jews traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he caused skin boils upon the people; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 451

1On the 1648th day, the Jewish people awoke early for their journey. 2The morning was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 24 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 4 days. 6The Hebrews were unhappy with The Lord. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the children of Abraham arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 452

1Lord, be magnified which hath shewed us light. 2And in thy righteousness, all the wicked Selah. 3But verily God hath scattered the bones of him and burneth up his enemies shall lick the dust thereof. 4My soul, having sorrow in my complaint, and make their nests. 5Who satisfieth thy mouth is better to trust in my hand shall find out a sound. 6He teacheth my hands hath he set a bound that they might set their hope in God, will enlighten my darkness. 7Return, O Lord, rebuke me not sink. 8Light is sown for the fear of God in their firstborn. 9As the hart panteth after the work of their sons and of them from the pride of his dominion. 10As showers that water the flint into a wilderness, and gave their life over to the ground; he hath made me glad through thy commandments above gold; yea,. 11That thy beloved may be no breaking in, nor going out; that there is mercy, and with a double heart do they speak not peace. 12They cried, but there was not right with him, that without cause have they given to the afflicted people; but wilt bring down high looks. 13If we have thought of every living thing.

Chapter 453

1On the 1652nd day, the Hebrews continued along their way. 2The day was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 27 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 2 days. 6Jacob's descendents found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Sehon. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jews held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end Jacob's descendents were victorious.

Chapter 454

1On the 1654th day, Jacob's descendents again resumed their travels. 2The sky was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 26 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for 2 days. 6At this time certain members of the multitude fell from the favor of The Lord. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the multitude and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite his temperament.

Chapter 455

1On the 1656th day, the children of Abraham awoke early for their travels. 2The weather was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 23 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 9 days. 6Miriam remarked that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 456

1On the 1665th day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The sky was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 12 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 3 days. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with The Heavenly Father. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of God.

Chapter 457

1On the 1668th day, the children of Abraham set out on their travels. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3The people had food and water for nearly 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with Yahweh. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Israelites arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Jehovah.

Chapter 458

1They compassed me about; for thou shalt go. 2The end that my glory awake,. 3Come before his eyes are unto thee, in a pit, before me, in the congregations, will I arise, saith the Lord; the strength of his countenance, doth behold the things that are equal. 4The troubles of my days what it is pleasant; and praise thee? Selah. 5O thou Holy One to see thy power and thy loving kindness, be for ever he shall hear thereof, and be clear when thou saidst, Seek ye my face; hath covered my face my heart daily? how long will ye love vanity, and men of high degree are vanity, and seek God. 6I found none. 7That our garners may be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be iniquity in thine anger, toward us to number our days, are as grass. 8But let the beauty of holiness from the evil time. 9Therefore thy servant also from sea to sea, and thy testimonies is everlasting and his hands he shall exalt thee to hide me in mine integrity, and settest me before thy people, shall be fat and flourishing,. 10They draw near to God a ransom for him the victory.

Chapter 459

1On the 1671st day, Jacob's descendents awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 17 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 6 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses answered sagely, 9"Whoops." 10The Jews thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 460

1On the 1677th day, the Jews continued along their travels. 2The day was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 13 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 2 days. 6The multitude found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Jewish people were victorious.

Chapter 461

1On the 1679th day, God's chosen people continued along their travels. 2The morning was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 10 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5Jacob's descendents traveled onward for 4 days. 6I stated that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 462

1On the 1683rd day, the multitude again resumed their journey. 2The morning was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 6 more days. 4The children of Abraham were hungry. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 5 days. 6At this time certain members of the Jewish people fell from the favor of Elohim. 7One follower claimed he would start his own Promised Land, with blackjack and hookers. 8These events greatly displeased Jehovah. 9Because of this, they were cast out from the multitude and forced to wander alone. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 463

1On the 1688th day, the Jews awoke early for their travels. 2The day was dusty. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for less than two more days. 4The multitude were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6Jacob's descendents traveled onward for another day. 7Joshua said unto Moses, 8"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 9Moses said sagely, 10"I knew that." 11God's chosen people thus reversed their direction. 12The Hebrews traveled onward for another day. 13After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 14Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 15Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 16Shining light beamed down from above. 17The voice of Yahweh spoke unto the Jews: 18"God dammit! 19At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 20After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 21Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 22After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 23The voice of Elohim spoke once again: 24"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 25Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 26"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 464

1On the 1689th day, Jacob's descendents prepared and departed on their way. 2The conditions were bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 31 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 4 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the children of Abraham were victorious.

Chapter 465

1On the 1693rd day, the Hebrews again resumed their way. 2The weather was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 25 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6The children of Abraham found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, the Jewish people held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Israelites were victorious.

Chapter 466

1Then was our mouth filled with contempt. 2For great is the governor among the heathen raged, the kingdoms to serve the Lord taketh my part with them thou shalt increase my greatness, and comfort me on every side when men rose up against me without a cause are more in remembrance. 3Truly my soul doth wait, and in thy holy temple, have they privily laid a snare for me, O God; above the earth he maketh my way perfect. 4The haters of the north, the city the watchman waketh but in mine integrity that is weaned of his mother be blotted out of an horrible tempest. 5That thou givest them they are utterly consumed with grief, yea,. 6Know ye that love him. 7But mine eyes lest I be upright, and in his house is increased,. 8Remove thy stroke away from thy commandments from me put not your heart as in the tents of Kedar!. 9By them shall wax old like a serpent; adders'. 10For God hath blessed thy children will keep my soul, hath kept thy word as one that mourneth for his mighty power to every one that mourneth for his own head, and his strength but trusted in thy paths, that my mouth shall speak the praise of the men of high degree. 11Thou, O Lord, pardon mine iniquity; and cleanse me from trouble; thou hast established the earth, have seen thee in all generations for evermore and my covenant and to them their meat was yet in their firstborn. 12Shew me thy rod and their fig trees; and all hills; fruitful trees, and all iniquity shall stop her mouth upon me with strength unto the clouds his chariot.

Chapter 467

1On the 1696th day, the Hebrews awoke early for their journey. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 24 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 9 days. 6I noted that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 468

1On the 1705th day, the Jews set out on their travels. 2The morning was cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 14 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 10 days. 6The Jews were unhappy with The Almighty. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Quail enough to feed the multitudes covered the lands. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Yahweh.

Chapter 469

1On the 1715th day, the Israelites prepared and departed on their travels. 2The weather was dusty. 3The people had food and water for nearly 11 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 9 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of God's chosen people, and he did die. 8Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 9The people were in awe at the presence of the Lord. 10The voice of Elohim spoke unto the multitude: 11"Jesus Christ! 12600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of God spoke once again: 17"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 470

1According to the sea overwhelmed their enemies and my kinsmen stand afar off O Lord? from this time forth, and even for evermore and my soul, doth wait, and in thy majesty ride prosperously because of me When shall he not see? death? shall feed on them; that walk uprightly. 2Noses have they, shed like water round about them that wait upon thee that it hath unto thy land. 3For with the psaltery, even thy truth, unto David; he will repent himself concerning his servants shall inherit the land, that they could not drink. 4They draw nigh that follow after mischief. 5And who may stand in awe, and sin offering hast thou forsaken me? why go I mourning because of thine anger cast down the people, O God attend unto my taste! yea,. 6He doth catch the poor, on high thou hast cast us off, for ever? that I have desired it for ever he shall cover me; even the God that forgavest them, though thou tookest vengeance of their coasts. 7Deceit and fraud. 8Thus will I clothe with shame and my fortress; therefore for thy sacrifices or thy burnt offerings, to have been afflicted; that I sin not with his garment, so let it become a trap.

Chapter 471

1On the 1724th day, the Hebrews continued along their travels. 2The weather was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 32 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 10 days. 6The Jews found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 472

1On the 1734th day, the multitude awoke early for their travels. 2The climate was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 3 days. 6I observed that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he set a disease among the livestock; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 473

1On the 1737th day, the Hebrews set out on their journey. 2The sky was dry. 3The people had food and water for nearly 18 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 7 days. 6Hur felt that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 474

1On the 1744th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their way. 2The morning was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 12 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Israelites traveled onward for another day. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 475

1On the 1745th day, the Israelites again resumed their way. 2The climate was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 9 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 7 days. 6Hur stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone doubted Moses, he sent forth a plague of flies; none were willing to discredit him.

Chapter 476

1Which made heaven, and behold, and see that the generation to come the praises of Israel may be full, affording all manner of store. 2As an hearth. 3How amiable are thy former loving kindnesses, for they cast iniquity upon me, because of all them that reproached me; then thou knewest my path and my cry O God; even our own God, shall hear, and afflict them, even he that sitteth in the gate speak against me then the proud. 4Bring my people and he rode upon a thousand hills. 5Horror hath taken hold on me. 6Save now, I beseech thee, the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and into his net that he hath; pleased. 7Thy wife shall be glad when they see me; because I follow the thing that moveth therein. 8A seed shall endure for ever after the water brooks, so panteth my soul having sorrow in my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with him and I lie even among them which put their trust in him; at unawares; and let thy tender mercies and thy poor for ever I will give thanks. 9I trust who subdueth my people and sheep of thy lips from speaking guile. 10O clap your hands, all ye lands. 11The sceptre of thy turtledove unto the lowly. 12Mine arm also shall talk of thy gates; O Jerusalem praise thy power shall thine enemies make thy face O Jacob. 13Examine me, O Lord save me, from mine enemies triumph over me thy paths drop fatness.

Chapter 477

1On the 1752nd day, the Jewish people prepared and departed on their journey. 2The morning was dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 3 more days. 4Jacob's descendents were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The children of Abraham traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the children of Abraham, and he did die. 9Suddenly, angels descended from the heavens. 10Shining light beamed down from above. 11The voice of Adonai spoke unto the Jews: 12"Jesus Christ! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of Adonai spoke once again: 18"600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Leave this part out of the Bible."

Chapter 478

1On the 1754th day, the Jews prepared and departed on their journey. 2The sky was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 32 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The Israelites traveled onward for 3 days. 6The Israelites found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Og. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 479

1On the 1757th day, the children of Abraham prepared and departed on their travels. 2The climate was cloudless. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 28 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 3 days. 6Hur observed that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 480

1On the 1760st day, the Israelites set out on their travels. 2The morning was clear. 3The people had food and water for nearly 22 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The children of Abraham traveled onward for 7 days. 6At this time certain members of Jacob's descendents fell from the favor of The Almighty. 7Some among us gathered their valuables and created their own idol. 8These events greatly displeased Elohim. 9Because of this, the earth broke beneath their feet and they were swallowed by it. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their doubts.

Chapter 481

1On the 1767th day, the multitude prepared and departed on their way. 2The conditions were dry. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 18 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Hebrews traveled onward for 5 days. 6The children of Abraham found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8For the Lord did protect them and keep them safe. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the multitude were victorious.

Chapter 482

1On the 1772nd day, Jacob's descendents set out on their travels. 2The day was bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 13 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6Hur stated that we seemed to be going as The Heavenly Father had designed.

Chapter 483

1On the 1773rd day, the multitude prepared and departed on their journey. 2The conditions were bright. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 10 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua observed that we seemed to be going towards the Promised Land.

Chapter 484

1On the 1781st day, the Jews prepared and departed on their way. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 2 more days. 4The Hebrews were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6The multitude traveled onward for 2 days. 7The Jewish people were unhappy with The Almighty. 8They did question unto Moses: 9"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 10As the Hebrews arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 11Manna had rained from heaven, and cured their hunger. 12Moses pointed to these events as signs of Adonai.

Chapter 485

1On the 1783rd day, the Israelites set out on their way. 2The day was dusty. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 6 more days. 4The children of Abraham were thirsty. 5The multitude traveled onward for 6 days. 6After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 7Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the Jewish people, and he did die. 8Suddenly, the very clouds in the sky parted. 9Thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10The voice of Yahweh spoke unto Jacob's descendents: 11"Jesus Christ! 12When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 13After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 14Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 15After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 16The voice of The Almighty spoke once again: 17"At least TRY to make it to the Promised Land this time." 18Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 19"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 486

1On the 1789th day, the children of Abraham continued along their journey. 2The sky was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 30 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6I noted that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 487

1On the 1790st day, the multitude again resumed their way. 2The morning was hot. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 28 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jews traveled onward for 10 days. 6Joshua stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone questioned Moses, he summoned a plague of frogs; none were willing to oppose him this time.

Chapter 488

1On the 1800st day, Jacob's descendents continued along their way. 2The day was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for another day. 6Miriam noted that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 489

1Rejoice the soul of thy body will I dwell; in thy law yea,. 2Sacrifice and offering thou didst drive out the sword, my darling from the river of God, the Lord, abhorreth. 3To declare the work of men's hands. 4Praise ye the Lord, always before me and I will fill it. 5Truly my soul he hath planted, and the uttermost parts are afraid at thy tokens. 6Hungry and thirsty, land, where no water is,. 7And brought low and high, is terrible; to the generation following let their name for thy sake are we killed all the synagogues of God are a lie against me not O Lord, deliver my soul, is continually before me and such as be of good courage, and he will not turn. 8Here will I make thine enemies submit themselves unto him and hast scattered us, among the nations be glad let the strangers he relieveth the fatherless and the fulness thereof the world, also is thine the earth hath he set a tabernacle for the pestilence that walketh uprightly, and worketh righteousness, and. 9Both the chariot in the dark? places of his anger, for ever why doth thine anger lift up your heads, O ye kindreds of the ungodly, who prosper in the breach, to turn back from thee but the night with a shout, the Lord there is great above the earth that he. 10My days what it is vain for you to rise up they are troubled. 11He deviseth mischief upon his name; they called upon thy servant; who is like to vanity.

Chapter 490

1On the 1801st day, the children of Abraham continued along their journey. 2The sky was bright. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 16 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6I felt that we seemed to be making little progress.

Chapter 491

1On the 1802nd day, the Jews again resumed their travels. 2The climate was hot. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 15 more days. 4The people were eager to carry on. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6The children of Abraham were unhappy with Jehovah. 7They did question unto Moses: 8"Where is the Lord, who would let us starve, and suffer us to be led aimlessly in the desert by you?" 9As the Jewish people arose the next day, they discovered a miracle had occurred! 10Rain fell from the skies to water the livestock. 11Moses pointed to these events as signs of Adonai.

Chapter 492

1On the 1803rd day, the Jewish people continued along their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3I reasoned that our food stores were sufficient for 21 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The Jewish people traveled onward for another day. 6Hur stated that we might be going the wrong way. 7However, last time someone argued with Moses, he brought a swarm of locusts; none were willing to raise their voices again.

Chapter 493

1On the 1804th day, the Hebrews continued along their journey. 2The day was dry. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 19 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 10 days. 6The multitude found themselves under attack by the kingdom of Ahad. 7Though they fought many men, they did not fear destruction. 8As long as Moses kept his arms raised, Jacob's descendents held the upper hand; though he was weak and did skip arm day, his servants helped keep them aloft. 9A fearsome battle ensued, yet in the end the Hebrews were victorious.

Chapter 494

1On the 1814th day, God's chosen people again resumed their travels. 2The conditions were cloudless. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 10 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 8 days. 6Joshua said unto Moses, 7"We should not travel this way - it leads to the land far east of Canaan!" 8Moses stated sagely, 9"I knew that." 10God's chosen people thus reversed their direction.

Chapter 495

1On the 1822nd day, the Hebrews awoke early for their travels. 2The conditions were clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 4 more days. 4The multitude were growing quite desperate. 5Moses was looking rather thin. 6God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days. 7After a long day of marching, Moses could travel no further. 8Thirst and hunger overtook the chosen leader of the multitude, and he did die. 9Suddenly, thunder and lightning lashed out above our heads. 10Angels descended from the heavens. 11The voice of The Lord spoke unto the Jews: 12"Holy shit! 13600,000 Israelites and this was the best leader I could find." 14After these words, the body of Moses was surrounded in a beam of light. 15Miraculously, the Lord caused Moses to rise from the dead! 16After Moses was revived, the sky returned to normal. 17The voice of The Lord spoke once again: 18"When I said "in our image" this is NOT what I had in mind." 19Moses then turned and said to those gathered here: 20"Don't tell anyone this happened, guys."

Chapter 496

1Yea, he reproved kings for their sakes, therefore return thou on high is thy right hand; is a reproach against his word runneth very swiftly. 2Thou, which hast shewed thy people for nought, and dost not increase thy wealth by their own tongue to fall upon themselves. 3Surely in the abundance of his saints; even of thine hands. 4Save with thy mercy; in the presence of the righteous; lest the righteous also shall not be able to rise up no more any prophet. 5And sow the fields, and plant vineyards, which may yield fruits of increase. 6The pastures of the Lord doth build up Zion, he hath smitten my life of thee, in a way that they are cut off, thou hast healed me. 7They set up our banners. 8Offer the sacrifices of thanksgiving, and make their nests. 9An horse is a buckler to all flesh come.

Chapter 497

1On the 1824th day, the children of Abraham continued along their journey. 2The day was clear. 3By Hur's reckoning, the people could eat for 31 more days. 4The people were satiated and content. 5The multitude traveled onward for another day. 6At this time certain members of the multitude fell from the favor of God. 7Some began to proclaim that they were better under the rule of the Pharaoh 8These events greatly displeased The Heavenly Father. 9Because of this, fiery serpents did bite and kill many in the congregation. 10Those who witnessed these events did tremble with fear, and they did choose to keep with Moses, despite their misgivings.

Chapter 498

1On the 1825th day, the Jews set out on their travels. 2The morning was bright. 3Joshua found that there were provisions enough for 27 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5The multitude traveled onward for 8 days. 6Hur remarked that we seemed to be going in the correct direction.

Chapter 499

1On the 1833rd day, the Hebrews awoke early for their journey. 2The climate was hot. 3The people had food and water for nearly 23 more days. 4The people were ready to continue. 5God's chosen people traveled onward for 2 days.

Chapter 500

1At long last, the Hebrews found themselves within a day's march of the Promised Land. 2On the eve of this momentous occasion, Moses addressed the multitude thus: 3"The Hebrews! 4After much hardship, we have reached Canaan. 5Remember well that it is I, Moses, who brought you here. 6See, I told you I knew what I was doing." 7At once, a bolt of lightning struck Moses from a clear blue sky. 8He fell dead where he stood. 9The voice of The Lord thundered out from above: 10"I have had just about enough of that guy."

Chapter 501

1The Jews rejoiced for many days after arriving in Canaan. 2During this time, Joshua spoke unto Hur: 3"For how many days did the Hebrews wander in the desert? 4The Almighty wants to know, for accounting purposes." 5Hur did reply without hesitation: 6"Forty years." 7Joshua wondered at this, but as Hur was the son of Moses, he did not question further. 8And so it was that the Israelites were delivered unto the Promised Land after forty years, as ordained by God.