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O'ttiz yil oldin, men Koloradoga ketayotgan yo'limda, mening oilamning chekkasida to'plandim. Yigirma yil oldin men mas'uliyatsiz kollej bolasi edim, dam olish kunlari Guadalupe daryosida Texas bo'ylab sayohatlar uyushtirardim. O'n yil oldin, men o'rta maktabga ingliz tilidan dars berardim va yozning oxirigacha Nyu -Orleanda jim bo'ldim. Bugun men keyingi qaerda bo'lishimni hech qachon aniq bilmayman. E -pochtani ochish mening rejalarimni o'zgartirishi mumkin. Mening, bir necha o'n yilliklar qanday farq qiladi.

Men bunga ishonmayman, lekin men rasman 40 yoshdaman. O'sha o'n yillar mobaynida men dunyoning yaxshi qismini boshdan kechirish baxtiga muyassar bo'ldim. Darhaqiqat, ehtimol, ba'zilar umrida ko'rganidan ko'ra ko'proq. Bu imkoniyatlar haqiqatan ham baraka edi, lekin har doim ko'proq narsani xohlashimga yo'l qo'ying. Bir hafta Texasning tanish joylarida va men yana ketmoqchi bo'ldim. Men abadiy hayotda ekanman ketish holati keyin mening dunyomda hammasi yaxshi. Shubhasiz, men giyohvandman va sayohat mening tanlovim.

Men sayohatim davomida o'rgangan narsalarimni aytib bera olmayman, shuning uchun men aqlga kelgan birinchi 40 ta ro'yxatni tuzishga qaror qildim. Buni qisqacha emas, balki ongli oqimlar ro'yxati deb nomlang. Mana, 40 yillik sayohatim davomida men o'rgangan 40 ta narsa.

Havo sayohati

1. O'zingizga bir shisha suv olib keling. Bu siz havoda boshqarishingiz mumkin bo'lgan narsalardan biridir.

2. Aviakompaniyaning sodiqlik dasturiga qo'shiling. Aviakompaniyangiz xohlagan narsadan qat'i nazar, parvoz millarini behuda ketishiga yo'l qo'ymang va hech qachon ularning muddati tugashiga yo'l qo'ymang.

3. Aviakompaniya kredit kartasini oling va uning afzalliklarini yoddan bilib oling. Agar biron sababga ko'ra siz oddiy aviakompaniyangizdan boshqa tashuvchini uchirsangiz, ularning kredit kartalaridan birini ham ko'rib chiqing. Ko'pincha birinchi yil uchun hech qanday to'lov olinmaydi va kilometrlik bonus qo'shiladi. Ushbu turdagi kredit karta bilan, odatda, imtiyozlarga bepul yukxalta, imtiyozli ro'yxatdan o'tish va birinchi o'ringa chiqish kiradi.

4. Seat Guru sizning eng yaqin do'stingiz. Saytga o'ting, qaysi aviakompaniya o'rindiqlari orqaga burilmasligini va kassetalar qaerda joylashganligini bilish uchun {buni mutlaqo oldini olish mumkin}.

5. O'rtada o'tirgan odam har doim qo'ltiq ostiga birinchi marta tushadi. Kim bunga rozi bo'lmasa, u hech qachon o'rta o'rindiqqa o'tirmagan yoki o'zboshimchalik qilmagan.

6. Biznes -klassni yangilashga umid qilib, darvozabon bilan shirin gaplashish - ahmoqning ishi. Bu sodir bo'lmaydi, lekin siz kutmaganingizda, kimdir sizning tizzangizga tushib ketishi mumkin.

7. Yig'layotgan chaqaloq bilan ota -onaga iflos ko'rinish bermang. Etti yoshli bolani nazoratdan chetda qolganlarni ota-onalarga saqlang.

8. Bose shovqinni bekor qiluvchi bir nechta minigarnituralar uchib ketadigan ko'p noqulayliklarni bartaraf etadi. {Qarang: №7}

9. Samolyot hammomlari jirkanchdir, lekin inkor qilish va "Bath & Body Works" antibakterial jeli parvozdan o'tish uchun ajoyib ishlarni yaratadi.

10. Hamma ham tajribali uchuvchi emas, shuning uchun sizni samolyotdan kishanlab olib ketish uchun sabr -toqat zarur.

Aeroport zallari

11. Aeroport zali sizning shaxsiy yashash xonangiz emas. Poyafzal oyoq ustida, oyoq esa yerda qoladi. Va hiyla -nayrang kamdan -kam hollarda xafa bo'lgan tomonning odobini o'zgartiradi.

12. Spirtli ichimliklar bepul bo'lishi mumkin, lekin barga maslahat berish kerak.

13. Ajoyib aeroport zalini topish - bu hurmat qilish va har doim qadrlash kerak. Men yolg'iz Birlashgan zalda sushi va pivo mashinasi uchun Tokio orqali uchaman.

14. Parvozga chiqishdan oldin meva, choy, gazak va Splendani olib qo'yganingizga ishonch hosil qiling. Asfaltda qancha vaqt qolib ketishingizni hech qachon bilmaysiz. Bu olma qondagi qand miqdorining pasayishini oldini oladi.

15. Eshitish vositasi Skype qo'ng'iroqlari, iChat va filmlar uchun kerak. Bu qoidadan istisno yo'q.

Mehmonxonalar

16. To'g'ridan -to'g'ri mehmonxonaga buyurtma berish, muz ko'tarish mashinasiga o'tishni xohlamaslik ehtimolini oshiradi. Mehmonxona guruhining sodiq a'zosi bo'lish ham bu borada yordam beradi.

17. Hojatxona buyumlarini yaxshi ko'rmasangiz ham oling. Uyda dushga sakrab tushmoqchi bo'lganingizda va siz sovun bo'lagiga tushib qolganingizni tushunganingizda, garovga o'xshash hidli limonli verbena uchun minnatdor bo'lasiz.

18. Xizmatkorlarga maslahat bering. Ular, ehtimol, mehmonxonada boshqalarga qaraganda ko'proq ishlaydi.

19. Siz har kuni uyda yangi sochiq ishlatmaysiz yoki choyshabni almashtirmaysiz, nega sizga mehmonxonada kerak? Mulkni saqlash harakatlariga qo'shiling, garchi bu haqiqatan ham mehmonxonaga ko'p pulni tejash uchun qilingan hiyla bo'lsa ham.

20. Dush kepkalarini tashlab yuborishning o'rniga, ularni poyabzal tagini yopish uchun ishlating. Bu sizning chamadoningizdagi kiyimlarni metro bekatining hididan saqlaydi.

Yo'l sayohatlari

21. To'g'ridan -to'g'ri yo'l, odatda, eng go'zal va qiziqarli emas.

22. NYSE birjasida sotiladigan har qanday joyda ovqat uchun to'xtamang. Mom va Pop yoqilg'i quyish shoxobchalari va kechki ovqatxonalarida ba'zida eng yaxshi taomlar yoki hech bo'lmaganda atrofni tomosha qiladigan eng yaxshi odamlar bor.

23. Yo'l bo'yidagi hammom tanaffusining san'atini o'zlashtiring. Bu mahorat ko'p yillar davomida qo'l keladi.

24. GPS -ga emas, balki haqiqiy xaritani o'qishni o'rganing. Hamma joyda 4G, 3G yoki Internet bo'lmagan joylar bor va bu joylar odatda juda ajoyib.

25. Qog'oz xaritasini o'qishni o'rganganingizdan so'ng, uni qanday katlay olishni bilish juda muhimdir. Qatlamli qatlam hisobga olinmaydi.

26. Shimol, sharq, janub va g'arbni qanday aniqlashni bilish juda muhim. Va yo'q, shimol faqat yuqoriga emas.

27. Yo'qotish har doim ham yomon emas. Biroq, gaz tankining 1/8 qismidan pastda adashish fojiali bo'lishi mumkin. Tankni diqqat bilan kuzatib boring.

28. Shoshmang va marshrutingizdan chetga chiqishdan qo'rqmang. Qachon siz alligator bilan kurashayotgan yigitning guvohi bo'lasiz yoki o'zingiz shaftoli terasiz? Agar bu sizning qiziqishingizni uyg'otsa, uni bajaring. Hech bo'lmaganda, bu yaxshi hikoyani yaratadi.

29. Hech narsa, orqa ko'zguda qizil va ko'k miltillovchi chiroqlar kabi, yo'l safari kayfiyatini o'ldirmaydi. Tezlik chegarasini boshqaring yoki chiptadan qanday chiqish haqida o'ylang.

30. Bilingki, safar ham boradigan joy kabi muhim. Har bir yurgan milni bosib o'ting.

Randomlar

31. Kichkintoy bo'lganingizda, akangiz oilaviy suratga tushishi uchun poyabzal kiyishiga yo'l qo'ymang. Ehtimol, ular noto'g'ri oyoqqa turishadi. Rasm abadiy qoladi va siz chapdan o'ngga bilmagan ahmoqga o'xshaysiz.

32. Agar siz parvozda juda ko'p narsani topsangiz, uni sotib oling va qolganini keyinroq aniqlang. Keyingi safar qarasangiz, yo'l haqi sotilishi mumkin.

33. Agar siz mashinani, modelni, rangni yoki uchalasini ham unutgan bo'lsangiz, ijaraga olingan mashinani suratga olish juda muhim. Bu, shuningdek, soyali avtomobil ijarasi agentlari bilan ishlashda yordam beradi.

34. Shuni yodda tutingki, siz ota -onangiz va aka -ukalaringiz bilan oilaviy ta'tilga chiqmaydigan kun keladi. Bir -biringizni o'ldirmaslikka va birga vaqt o'tkazishga harakat qiling.

35. Agar siz ochiq fikr yuritishga tayyor bo'lsangiz, go'zallik va o'yin-kulgini hatto xudo qoldirgan joylarda ham topish mumkin.

36. Yolg'iz sayohat qiling va buni tez -tez qiling. Sizning tajribangiz juda boshqacha bo'ladi va ko'pincha foydali bo'ladi.

37. Agar shubhangiz bo'lsa, sug'urtani sotib oling. Xafa bo'lishdan ko'ra xavfsiz bo'lish yaxshiroqdir.

38. Haqiqatan ham qilmoqchi bo'lgan ishni qilmaslikka pul sabab bo'lmasin. Reja tuzing va uni qanday amalga oshirishni aniqlang.

39. Qo'rquv - sayohatni mukofotlovchi kriptonit.

40. Ingliz tili bilan kurashayotgan odamga o'zlarini qulay his qiling. Axir, ular siz bilmagan kamida bitta tilni yaxshi bilishadi. Aksincha, siz tashrif buyuradigan mamlakat tilida bir nechta asosiy so'zlarni bilish mahalliy aholi bilan uzoq yo'lni bosib o'tadi. Inglizcha snob bo'lish bunday emas.

Va o'sishi kerak bo'lgan biri ...

41. Kamerani qo'ying va iPhone -ni qo'ying. Vaqtni o'tkazib yuboring, chunki bu abadiy bo'lmaydi.

Bu asosiy darslardan tashqari, sayohat menga turli madaniyatlar, dinlar, taomlar, siyosat, tillar va urf -odatlar haqida o'rgatdi. Bu menga Texas va Amerika qabariqlaridan tashqarida butun borliq borligini o'rgatdi bizning yo'l emas faqat yo'l Sayohat menga oziq-ovqat do'konlaridagi shtrix-kod skanerlari, ishonchli Wi-Fi va o'z ona tilimda muloqot qilish qobiliyatini qadrlashni o'rgatdi. Ehtimol, hamma narsadan ko'ra, sayohat menga xotiralar narsalardan ko'ra qimmatroq ekanligini o'rgatdi.

Post 40 yillik sayohat davomida o'rganilgan 40 ta dars birinchi bo'lib Lea Travelsda paydo bo'ldi.


Nega Isroil qirq yillik sahroda la'natlandi?

"Sahroda sayr qilish" deganda isroilliklarning itoatsizliklari va imonsizliklari sabab bo'lgan og'ir ahvoli tushuniladi. Taxminan 3500 yil oldin, Rabbiy O'z xalqini Chiqish 1-12 boblarida tasvirlangan Misr qulligidan qutqardi. Ular Xudo ota -bobolariga va'da qilgan erni, "sut va asal oqadigan" erni egallashlari kerak edi (Chiqish 3: 8). Biroq, kirishidan oldin, ular Xudoning ruxsat berishini aytgan bo'lsalar -da, bu erning hozirgi aholisini quvib chiqara olmasliklariga amin bo'lishdi. Ularning Xudoning so'zi va va'dalariga ishonmasliklari Xudoning g'azabini keltirdi. U ularni vafot etgan erga hech qachon qadam bosmagan, imonsiz avlod o'lmaguncha, qirq yillik cho'l sahrolarida la'natladi.

Etti yillik ocharchilik Xudoning tanlagan xalqi Misrda tugashi uchun javobgar edi. Dastlab ular Fir'avndan keyin mamlakatni boshqaruvchi ikkinchi raqamli Yusuf boshchiligida gullab -yashnadilar. "Keyin Misrda Yusuf haqida bilmagan yangi podshoh hokimiyatga keldi" (Chiqish 1: 8) va ko'p o'tmay "Misrliklar Isroil xalqidan qo'rqish uchun kelishdi" (Chiqish 1:12). Keyingi bir necha asrlar davomida isroilliklarni misrliklar qul qilib olishdi, ular "shafqatsizlarcha ishladilar" (Chiqish 1:13). Oxir-oqibat, Xudo ularning yig'lashlarini eshitdi (Chiqish 2: 23-25) va ularni qutqarish uchun Muso va Horunni yubordi. Oxirgi o'nta baloga - to'ng'ich o'g'illarning o'limiga dosh bergach, fir'avn nihoyat isroilliklarni ozod qilishga rozi bo'ldi.

Ular va'da qilingan Kan'on erlari bilan chegaradosh Kadesh-Barnea shahriga etib kelishganida, ular o'n ikki ayg'oqchini yuborib, erni va odamlarni o'rganishdi (Sonlar 13: 18-25). Ular qirq kunlik qidiruvdan so'ng qaytib kelishdi. O'nta ayg'oqchining yomon hisoboti bor edi: "Biz ularga kuchliroq bo'lgan odamlarga hujum qila olmaymiz ... Biz ko'rgan odamlarning hammasi katta edi ... Biz o'z ko'zimizga chigirtka kabi ko'rinardik" (Raqamlar 13: 31-33) ). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib boshqacha fikrda edilar (Raqamlar 14: 6-7). O'nta shubhalanuvchining hisobotiga ishonib, xalqning ko'ngli yo'qolib, isyon ko'tarishdi. Ular Muso va Horunga shikoyat qilib: «Qani, biz Misrda o'lganimizda edi! Yoki bu sahroda! Nega Egamiz bizni qilichdan yiqilishimiz uchun bizni bu erga olib kelyapti? ”(Sonlar 14: 1-2).

Shunda Egamiz Musoga dedi: “Qachongacha ular oralarida ko'rsatgan barcha mo''jizaviy alomatlarimga qaramay, ular menga ishonishdan bosh tortadilar? Men ularni vabo bilan yo'q qilaman va yo'q qilaman »(Raqamlar 14:11). Biroq, Muso yana bir bor o'z xalqi uchun shafoat qildi va Xudoning g'azabidan qaytdi (Raqamlar 14: 13-20). Xudo ularni kechirgan bo'lsa -da, U shunday qaror qabul qildi: «Men ota -bobolarimga qasam ichgan yurtimni hech kim ko'rmaydilar. Menga xorlik qilgan hech kim buni ko'rmaydi »(Raqamlar 14:23). Aksincha, ular qirq yil davomida sahroda sayohat qilib azob chekishardi, har bir qirq kun davomida bu erni kashf qilishardi (Sonlar 14:34). Bundan tashqari, Xudo ularga so'ragan narsasini beradi: "Men siz eshitgan hamma narsani qilaman: bu sahroda, har biringiz yigirma va undan katta yoshdagi tanangiz tushadi" (Raqamlar 14: 28-29). Bundan tashqari, yomon xabar bergan o'nta odam halok bo'ldi va Rabbiy oldida vabodan vafot etdi (Raqamlar 14:37). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib tirik qoldi, ular Xudoning erni ularga berish haqidagi va'dasiga ishonishdi.

Xudo ularga g'alaba va'da qilgan edi. U ularga kirishni va egallashni buyurgan er ularniki bo'lib, ularga ishonish va bo'ysunish kerak edi, lekin ular buni qilmadilar. Xudo bizni hech qachon Uning inoyati bizni ta'minlay olmaydigan yoki Uning kuchi bizni himoya qila olmaydigan joyga olib bormaydi. Darhaqiqat, Isroilliklar Chiqish paytida vabo va mo''jizalar paytida Xudoning qudratli qo'lini ko'rdilar. Shunga qaramay, ko'p odamlar singari, ular imon bilan emas, balki ko'z bilan yurishdi va ularning imonsizligi Xudoga yoqmadi. "Imonsiz Xudoga ma'qul kelish mumkin emas" (Ibroniylarga 11: 6). Xudoning so'ziga ishonmasliklari ularni va'da qilingan erga kirishiga to'sqinlik qildi. Bu haqiqat hech qachon o'zgarmagan.


Nega Isroil qirq yillik sahroda la'natlandi?

"Sahroda sayr qilish" deganda isroilliklarning itoatsizliklari va imonsizliklari sabab bo'lgan og'ir ahvoli tushuniladi. Taxminan 3500 yil oldin, Rabbiy O'z xalqini Chiqish 1-12 boblarida tasvirlangan Misr qulligidan qutqardi. Ular Xudo ota -bobolariga va'da qilgan erni, "sut va asal oqadigan" erni egallashlari kerak edi (Chiqish 3: 8). Biroq, kirishidan oldin, ular Xudoning ruxsat berishini aytgan bo'lsalar -da, bu erning hozirgi aholisini quvib chiqara olmasliklariga amin bo'lishdi. Ularning Xudoning so'zi va va'dalariga ishonmasliklari Xudoning g'azabini keltirdi. U ularni vafot etgan erga hech qachon qadam bosmagan, imonsiz avlod o'lmaguncha, qirq yillik cho'l sahrolarida la'natladi.

Etti yillik ocharchilik Xudoning tanlagan xalqi Misrda tugashi uchun javobgar edi. Dastlab ular Fir'avndan keyin mamlakatni boshqaruvchi ikkinchi raqamli Yusuf boshchiligida gullab -yashnadilar. "Keyin Misrda Yusuf haqida bilmagan yangi podshoh hokimiyatga keldi" (Chiqish 1: 8) va ko'p o'tmay "Misrliklar Isroil xalqidan qo'rqish uchun kelishdi" (Chiqish 1:12). Keyingi bir necha asrlar davomida isroilliklarni misrliklar qul qilib olib, "shafqatsizlarcha ishlaganlar" (Chiqish 1:13). Oxir-oqibat, Xudo ularning qichqirig'ini eshitdi (Chiqish 2: 23-25) va ularni qutqarish uchun Muso va Horunni yubordi. Oxirgi o'nta baloga - to'ng'ich o'g'illarning o'limiga dosh bergach, fir'avn nihoyat isroilliklarni ozod qilishga rozi bo'ldi.

Ular va'da qilingan Kan'on erlari bilan chegaradosh Kadesh-Barnea shahriga etib kelishganida, ular o'n ikki ayg'oqchini yuborib, erni va odamlarni o'rganishdi (Sonlar 13: 18-25). Ular qirq kunlik qidiruvdan so'ng qaytib kelishdi. O'nta ayg'oqchining yomon hisoboti bor edi: "Biz ularga kuchliroq bo'lgan odamlarga hujum qila olmaymiz ... Biz ko'rgan odamlarning hammasi katta edi ... Biz o'z ko'zimizga chigirtka kabi ko'rinardik" (Raqamlar 13: 31-33) ). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib boshqacha fikrda edilar (Raqamlar 14: 6-7). O'nta shubhalanuvchining hisobotiga ishonib, xalqning ko'ngli yo'qolib, isyon ko'tarishdi. Ular «baland ovozda yig'lab», Muso va Horunga shikoyat qilib: «Qani, biz Misrda o'lganimizda edi! Yoki bu sahroda! Nega Egamiz bizni qilichdan yiqilishimiz uchun bu erga olib kelyapti? ”(Sonlar 14: 1-2).

Shunda Egamiz Musoga dedi: “Qachongacha ular oralarida ko'rsatgan barcha mo''jizaviy alomatlarimga qaramay, ular menga ishonishdan bosh tortadilar? Men ularni vabo bilan yo'q qilaman va yo'q qilaman »(Raqamlar 14:11). Ammo Muso yana bir bor o'z xalqi uchun shafoat qildi va Xudoning g'azabidan qaytdi (Raqamlar 14: 13-20). Xudo ularni kechirgan bo'lsa -da, U shunday qaror qabul qildi: «Men ota -bobolarimga qasam ichgan yurtimni hech kim ko'rmaydilar. Menga xorlik qilgan hech kim buni ko'rmaydi »(Raqamlar 14:23). Aksincha, ular qirq yil davomida sahroda sayohat qilib azob chekishardi, har bir qirq kun davomida bu erni kashf qilishardi (Sonlar 14:34). Bundan tashqari, Xudo ularga so'ragan narsasini beradi: "Men siz eshitgan hamma narsani qilaman: bu cho'lda, har biringiz yigirma va undan katta yoshdagi tanangiz tushadi" (Raqamlar 14: 28-29). Bundan tashqari, yomon xabar bergan o'nta odam halok bo'ldi va Rabbiy oldida vabodan vafot etdi (Raqamlar 14:37). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib tirik qoldi, ular Xudoning erni o'zlariga berish haqidagi va'dasiga ishonishdi.

Xudo ularga g'alaba va'da qilgan edi. U ularga kirishni va egallashni buyurgan er ularniki bo'lib, ularga ishonish va bo'ysunish kerak edi, lekin ular buni qilmadilar. Xudo bizni hech qachon Uning inoyati bizni ta'minlay olmaydigan yoki Uning kuchi bizni himoya qila olmaydigan joyga olib bormaydi. Darhaqiqat, Isroilliklar Chiqish paytida vabo va mo''jizalar paytida Xudoning qudratli qo'lini ko'rdilar. Shunga qaramay, ko'p odamlar singari, ular imon bilan emas, balki ko'z bilan yurishdi va ularning imonsizligi Xudoga yoqmadi. "Imonsiz Xudoga ma'qul kelish mumkin emas" (Ibroniylarga 11: 6). Xudoning so'ziga ishonmasliklari ularni va'da qilingan erga kirishiga to'sqinlik qildi. Bu haqiqat hech qachon o'zgarmagan.


Nega Isroil qirq yillik sahroda la'natlandi?

"Sahroda sayr qilish" deganda isroilliklarning itoatsizliklari va imonsizliklari sabab bo'lgan og'ir ahvoli tushuniladi. Taxminan 3500 yil oldin, Rabbiy O'z xalqini Chiqish 1-12 boblarida tasvirlangan Misr qulligidan qutqardi. Ular Xudo ota -bobolariga va'da qilgan erni, "sut va asal oqadigan" erni egallashlari kerak edi (Chiqish 3: 8). Biroq, kirishidan oldin, ular Xudoning ruxsat berishini aytgan bo'lsalar -da, bu erning hozirgi aholisini quvib chiqara olmasliklariga amin bo'lishdi. Ularning Xudoning so'zi va va'dalariga ishonmasliklari Xudoning g'azabini keltirdi. U ularni vafot etgan erga qadam bosmagan, imonsiz avlod o'lmaguncha, qirq yillik sahroda sayr qilib, ularni la'natladi.

Etti yillik ocharchilik Xudoning tanlagan xalqi Misrda tugashi uchun javobgar edi. Dastlab ular Fir'avndan keyin mamlakatni boshqaruvchi ikkinchi raqamli Yusuf boshchiligida gullab -yashnadilar. "Keyin Misrda Yusuf haqida bilmagan yangi podshoh hokimiyatga keldi" (Chiqish 1: 8) va ko'p o'tmay "Misrliklar Isroil xalqidan qo'rqish uchun kelishdi" (Chiqish 1:12). Keyingi bir necha asrlar davomida isroilliklarni misrliklar qul qilib olib, "shafqatsizlarcha ishlaganlar" (Chiqish 1:13). Oxir-oqibat, Xudo ularning qichqirig'ini eshitdi (Chiqish 2: 23-25) va ularni qutqarish uchun Muso va Horunni yubordi. Oxirgi o'nta baloga - to'ng'ich o'g'illarning o'limiga dosh bergach, fir'avn nihoyat isroilliklarni ozod qilishga rozi bo'ldi.

Ular va'da qilingan Kan'on erlari bilan chegaradosh Kadesh-Barnea shahriga etib kelishganida, ular erni va odamlarni o'rganish uchun o'n ikki ayg'oqchini yuborishdi (Sonlar 13: 18-25). Ular qirq kunlik qidiruvdan so'ng qaytib kelishdi. O'nta ayg'oqchining yomon hisoboti bor edi: "Biz ularga kuchliroq bo'lgan odamlarga hujum qila olmaymiz ... Biz ko'rgan odamlarning hammasi katta edi ... Biz o'z ko'zimizga chigirtka kabi ko'rinardik" (Raqamlar 13: 31-33) ). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib boshqacha fikrda edilar (Raqamlar 14: 6-7). O'nta shubhalanuvchilarning hisobotiga ishonib, odamlar ko'nglini yo'qotib, isyon ko'tarishdi. Ular «baland ovozda yig'lab», Muso va Horunga shikoyat qilib: «Qani, biz Misrda o'lganimizda edi! Yoki bu sahroda! Nega Egamiz bizni qilichdan yiqilishimiz uchun bizni bu erga olib kelyapti? ”(Sonlar 14: 1-2).

Shunda Egamiz Musoga dedi: “Qachongacha ular oralarida ko'rsatgan barcha mo''jizaviy alomatlarimga qaramay, ular menga ishonishdan bosh tortadilar? Men ularni vabo bilan yo'q qilaman va yo'q qilaman »(Raqamlar 14:11). Biroq, Muso yana bir bor o'z xalqi uchun shafoat qildi va Xudoning g'azabidan qaytdi (Raqamlar 14: 13-20). Xudo ularni kechirgan bo'lsa -da, U shunday qaror qabul qildi: «Men ota -bobolarimga qasam ichgan yurtimni hech kim ko'rmaydilar. Menga xorlik qilgan hech kim buni ko'rmaydi »(Raqamlar 14:23). Aksincha, ular qirq yil davomida sahroda sayohat qilib azob chekishardi, har bir qirq kun davomida bu erni kashf qilishardi (Sonlar 14:34). Bundan tashqari, Xudo ularga so'ragan narsasini beradi: "Men siz eshitgan hamma narsani qilaman: bu sahroda, har biringiz yigirma va undan katta yoshdagi tanangiz tushadi" (Raqamlar 14: 28-29). Bundan tashqari, yomon xabar bergan o'nta odam halok bo'ldi va Rabbiy oldida vabodan vafot etdi (Raqamlar 14:37). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib tirik qoldi, ular Xudoning erni ularga berish haqidagi va'dasiga ishonishdi.

Xudo ularga g'alaba va'da qilgan edi. U ularga kirishni va egallashni buyurgan er ularniki bo'lib, ularga ishonish va bo'ysunish kerak edi, lekin ular buni qilmadilar. Xudo bizni hech qachon Uning inoyati bizni ta'minlay olmaydigan yoki Uning kuchi bizni himoya qila olmaydigan joyga olib bormaydi. Darhaqiqat, Isroilliklar Chiqish paytida vabo va mo''jizalar paytida Xudoning qudratli qo'lini ko'rdilar. Shunga qaramay, ko'p odamlar singari, ular imon bilan emas, balki ko'z bilan yurishdi va ularning imonsizligi Xudoga yoqmadi. "Imonsiz Xudoga ma'qul kelish mumkin emas" (Ibroniylarga 11: 6). Xudoning so'ziga ishonmasliklari ularni va'da qilingan erga kirishiga to'sqinlik qildi. Bu haqiqat hech qachon o'zgarmagan.


Nega Isroil qirq yillik sahroda la'natlandi?

"Sahroda sayr qilish" deganda isroilliklarning itoatsizliklari va imonsizliklari sabab bo'lgan og'ir ahvoli tushuniladi. Taxminan 3500 yil oldin, Rabbiy O'z xalqini Chiqish 1-12 boblarida tasvirlangan Misr qulligidan qutqardi. Ular Xudo ota -bobolariga va'da qilgan erni, "sut va asal oqadigan" erni egallashlari kerak edi (Chiqish 3: 8). Biroq, kirishidan oldin, ular Xudoning ruxsat berishini aytgan bo'lsalar -da, bu erning hozirgi aholisini quvib chiqara olmasliklariga amin bo'lishdi. Ularning Xudoning so'zi va va'dalariga ishonmasliklari Xudoning g'azabini keltirdi. U ularni vafot etgan erga qadam bosmagan, imonsiz avlod o'lmaguncha, qirq yillik sahroda sayr qilib, ularni la'natladi.

Etti yillik ocharchilik Xudoning tanlagan xalqi Misrda tugashi uchun javobgar edi. Dastlab ular Fir'avndan keyin mamlakatni boshqaruvchi ikkinchi raqamli Yusuf boshchiligida gullab -yashnadilar. "Keyin Misrda Yusuf haqida bilmagan yangi podshoh hokimiyatga keldi" (Chiqish 1: 8) va ko'p o'tmay "Misrliklar Isroil xalqidan qo'rqish uchun kelishdi" (Chiqish 1:12). Keyingi bir necha asrlar davomida isroilliklarni misrliklar qul qilib olishdi, ular "shafqatsizlarcha ishladilar" (Chiqish 1:13). Oxir-oqibat, Xudo ularning yig'lashlarini eshitdi (Chiqish 2: 23-25) va ularni qutqarish uchun Muso va Horunni yubordi. Oxirgi o'nta baloga - to'ng'ich o'g'illarning o'limiga dosh bergach, fir'avn nihoyat isroilliklarni ozod qilishga rozi bo'ldi.

Ular va'da qilingan Kan'on erlari bilan chegaradosh Kadesh-Barnea shahriga etib kelishganida, ular erni va odamlarni o'rganish uchun o'n ikki ayg'oqchini yuborishdi (Sonlar 13: 18-25). Ular qirq kunlik qidiruvdan so'ng qaytib kelishdi. O'nta ayg'oqchining yomon hisoboti bor edi: "Biz ularga kuchliroq bo'lgan odamlarga hujum qila olmaymiz ... Biz ko'rgan odamlarning hammasi katta edi ... Biz o'z ko'zimizga chigirtka kabi ko'rinardik" (Raqamlar 13: 31-33) ). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib boshqacha fikrda edilar (Raqamlar 14: 6-7). O'nta shubhalanuvchining hisobotiga ishonib, xalqning ko'ngli yo'qolib, isyon ko'tarishdi. Ular «baland ovozda yig'lab», Muso va Horunga shikoyat qilib: «Qani, biz Misrda o'lganimizda edi! Yoki bu sahroda! Nega Egamiz bizni qilichdan yiqilishimiz uchun bu erga olib kelyapti? ”(Sonlar 14: 1-2).

Shunda Egamiz Musoga dedi: “Qachongacha ular oralarida ko'rsatgan barcha mo''jizaviy alomatlarimga qaramay, ular menga ishonishdan bosh tortadilar? Men ularni vabo bilan yo'q qilaman va yo'q qilaman »(Raqamlar 14:11). Biroq, Muso yana bir bor o'z xalqi uchun shafoat qildi va Xudoning g'azabidan qaytdi (Raqamlar 14: 13-20). Xudo ularni kechirgan bo'lsa -da, U shunday qaror qabul qildi: «Men ota -bobolarimga qasam ichgan yurtimni hech kim ko'rmaydilar. Menga xorlik qilgan hech kim buni ko'rmaydi »(Raqamlar 14:23). Aksincha, ular qirq yil davomida sahroda sayohat qilib azob chekishardi, har bir qirq kun davomida bu erni kashf qilishardi (Sonlar 14:34). Bundan tashqari, Xudo ularga so'ragan narsasini beradi: "Men siz eshitgan hamma narsani qilaman: bu sahroda, har biringiz yigirma va undan katta yoshdagi tanangiz tushadi" (Raqamlar 14: 28-29). Bundan tashqari, yomon xabar bergan o'nta odam halok bo'ldi va Rabbiy oldida vabodan vafot etdi (Raqamlar 14:37). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib tirik qoldi, ular Xudoning erni ularga berish haqidagi va'dasiga ishonishdi.

Xudo ularga g'alaba va'da qilgan edi. U ularga kirishni va egallashni buyurgan er allaqachon ularniki bo'lib, ularga ishonish va bo'ysunish kerak edi, lekin ular buni qilmadilar. Xudo bizni hech qachon Uning inoyati bizni ta'minlay olmaydigan yoki Uning kuchi bizni himoya qila olmaydigan joyga olib bormaydi. Darhaqiqat, Isroil xalqi Chiqish paytida vabo va mo''jizalar paytida Xudoning qudratli qo'lini ko'rdi. Shunga qaramay, ko'p odamlar singari, ular imon bilan emas, balki ko'z bilan yurishdi va ularning imonsizligi Xudoga yoqmadi. "Imonsiz Xudoga ma'qul kelish mumkin emas" (Ibroniylarga 11: 6). Xudoning so'ziga ishonmasliklari ularni va'da qilingan erga kirishiga to'sqinlik qildi. Bu haqiqat hech qachon o'zgarmagan.


Nega Isroil qirq yillik sahroda la'natlandi?

"Sahroda sayr qilish" deganda isroilliklarning itoatsizliklari va imonsizliklari sabab bo'lgan og'ir ahvoli tushuniladi. Taxminan 3500 yil oldin, Rabbiy O'z xalqini Chiqish 1-12 boblarida tasvirlangan Misr qulligidan qutqardi. Ular Xudo ota -bobolariga va'da qilgan erni, "sut va asal oqadigan" erni egallashlari kerak edi (Chiqish 3: 8). Biroq, kirishidan oldin, ular Xudoning ruxsat berishini aytgan bo'lsalar -da, bu erning hozirgi aholisini quvib chiqara olmasliklariga amin bo'lishdi. Ularning Xudoning so'zi va va'dalariga ishonmasliklari Xudoning g'azabini keltirdi. U ularni vafot etgan erga hech qachon qadam bosmagan, imonsiz avlod o'lmaguncha, qirq yillik cho'l sahrolarida la'natladi.

Etti yillik ocharchilik Xudoning tanlagan xalqi Misrda tugashi uchun javobgar edi. Dastlab ular Fir'avndan keyin mamlakatni boshqaruvchi ikkinchi raqamli Yusuf boshchiligida gullab -yashnadilar. "Keyin Misrda Yusuf haqida bilmagan yangi podshoh hokimiyatga keldi" (Chiqish 1: 8) va ko'p o'tmay "Misrliklar Isroil xalqidan qo'rqish uchun kelishdi" (Chiqish 1:12). Keyingi bir necha asrlar davomida isroilliklarni misrliklar qul qilib olib, "shafqatsizlarcha ishlaganlar" (Chiqish 1:13). Oxir-oqibat, Xudo ularning qichqirig'ini eshitdi (Chiqish 2: 23-25) va ularni qutqarish uchun Muso va Horunni yubordi. Oxirgi o'nta baloga - to'ng'ich o'g'illarning o'limiga dosh bergach, fir'avn nihoyat isroilliklarni ozod qilishga rozi bo'ldi.

Ular va'da qilingan Kan'on erlari bilan chegaradosh Kadesh-Barnea shahriga etib kelishganida, ular erni va odamlarni o'rganish uchun o'n ikki ayg'oqchini yuborishdi (Sonlar 13: 18-25). Ular qirq kunlik qidiruvdan so'ng qaytib kelishdi. O'nta ayg'oqchining yomon hisoboti bor edi: "Biz ularga kuchliroq bo'lgan odamlarga hujum qila olmaymiz ... Biz ko'rgan odamlarning hammasi katta edi ... Biz o'z ko'zimizga chigirtka kabi ko'rinardik" (Raqamlar 13: 31-33) ). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib boshqacha fikrda edilar (Raqamlar 14: 6-7). O'nta shubhalanuvchining hisobotiga ishonib, xalqning ko'ngli yo'qolib, isyon ko'tarishdi. Ular «baland ovozda yig'lab», Muso va Horunga shikoyat qilib: «Qani, biz Misrda o'lganimizda edi! Yoki bu sahroda! Nega Egamiz bizni qilichdan yiqilishimiz uchun bu erga olib kelyapti? ”(Sonlar 14: 1-2).

Shunda Egamiz Musoga dedi: “Qachongacha ular oralarida ko'rsatgan barcha mo''jizaviy alomatlarimga qaramay, ular menga ishonishdan bosh tortadilar? Men ularni vabo bilan yo'q qilaman va yo'q qilaman »(Raqamlar 14:11). Biroq, Muso yana bir bor o'z xalqi uchun shafoat qildi va Xudoning g'azabidan qaytdi (Raqamlar 14: 13-20). Garchi Xudo ularni kechirgan bo'lsa -da, U shunday qaror qildi: «Men ota -bobolarimga qasam ichgan yurtimni hech qachon ko'rmaydilar. Menga xorlik qilgan hech kim buni ko'rmaydi »(Raqamlar 14:23). Aksincha, ular qirq yil davomida sahroda sayohat qilib azob chekishardi, har bir qirq kun davomida bu erni kashf qilishardi (Sonlar 14:34). Bundan tashqari, Xudo ularga so'ragan narsasini beradi: "Men siz eshitgan hamma narsani qilaman: bu sahroda, har biringiz yigirma va undan katta yoshdagi tanangiz tushadi" (Raqamlar 14: 28-29). Bundan tashqari, yomon xabar bergan o'nta odam halok bo'ldi va Rabbiy oldida vabodan vafot etdi (Raqamlar 14:37). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib tirik qoldi, ular Xudoning erni o'zlariga berish haqidagi va'dasiga ishonishdi.

Xudo ularga g'alaba va'da qilgan edi. U ularga kirishni va egallashni buyurgan er ularniki bo'lib, ularga ishonish va bo'ysunish kerak edi, lekin ular buni qilmadilar. Xudo bizni hech qachon Uning inoyati bizni ta'minlay olmaydigan yoki Uning kuchi bizni himoya qila olmaydigan joyga olib bormaydi. Darhaqiqat, Isroilliklar Chiqish paytida vabo va mo''jizalar paytida Xudoning qudratli qo'lini ko'rdilar. Shunga qaramay, ko'p odamlar singari, ular imon bilan emas, balki ko'z bilan yurishdi va ularning imonsizligi Xudoga yoqmadi. "Imonsiz Xudoga ma'qul kelish mumkin emas" (Ibroniylarga 11: 6). Xudoning so'ziga ishonmasliklari ularni va'da qilingan erga kirishiga to'sqinlik qildi. Bu haqiqat hech qachon o'zgarmagan.


Nega Isroil qirq yillik sahroda la'natlandi?

"Sahroda sayr qilish" deganda isroilliklarning itoatsizliklari va imonsizliklari sabab bo'lgan og'ir ahvoli tushuniladi. Taxminan 3500 yil oldin, Rabbiy O'z xalqini Chiqish 1-12 boblarida tasvirlangan Misr qulligidan qutqardi. Ular Xudo ota -bobolariga va'da qilgan erni, "sut va asal oqadigan" erni egallashlari kerak edi (Chiqish 3: 8). Biroq, kirishidan oldin, ular Xudoning ruxsat berishini aytgan bo'lsalar -da, bu erning hozirgi aholisini quvib chiqara olmasliklariga amin bo'lishdi. Ularning Xudoning so'zi va va'dalariga ishonmasliklari Xudoning g'azabini keltirdi. U ularni vafot etgan erga hech qachon qadam bosmagan, imonsiz avlod o'lmaguncha, qirq yillik cho'l sahrolarida la'natladi.

Etti yillik ocharchilik Xudoning tanlagan xalqi Misrda tugashi uchun javobgar edi. Dastlab ular Fir'avndan keyin mamlakatni boshqaruvchi ikkinchi raqamli Yusuf boshchiligida gullab -yashnadilar. "Keyin Misrda Yusuf haqida bilmagan yangi podshoh hokimiyatga keldi" (Chiqish 1: 8) va ko'p o'tmay "Misrliklar Isroil xalqidan qo'rqish uchun kelishdi" (Chiqish 1:12). Keyingi bir necha asrlar davomida isroilliklarni misrliklar qul qilib olib, "shafqatsizlarcha ishlaganlar" (Chiqish 1:13). Oxir-oqibat, Xudo ularning qichqirig'ini eshitdi (Chiqish 2: 23-25) va ularni qutqarish uchun Muso va Horunni yubordi. Oxirgi o'nta baloga - to'ng'ich o'g'illarning o'limiga dosh bergach, fir'avn nihoyat isroilliklarni ozod qilishga rozi bo'ldi.

Ular va'da qilingan Kan'on erlari bilan chegaradosh Kadesh-Barnea shahriga etib kelishganida, ular erni va odamlarni o'rganish uchun o'n ikki ayg'oqchini yuborishdi (Sonlar 13: 18-25). Ular qirq kunlik qidiruvdan so'ng qaytib kelishdi. O'nta ayg'oqchining yomon hisoboti bor edi: "Biz ularga kuchliroq bo'lgan odamlarga hujum qila olmaymiz ... Biz ko'rgan odamlarning hammasi katta edi ... Biz o'z ko'zimizga chigirtka kabi ko'rinardik" (Raqamlar 13: 31-33) ). Faqat Yoshua va Xolib boshqacha fikrda edilar (Raqamlar 14: 6-7). O'nta shubhalanuvchining hisobotiga ishonib, xalqning ko'ngli yo'qolib, isyon ko'tarishdi. Ular «baland ovozda yig'lab», Muso va Horunga shikoyat qilib: «Qani, biz Misrda o'lganimizda edi! Yoki bu sahroda! Nega Egamiz bizni qilichdan yiqilishimiz uchun bizni bu erga olib kelyapti? ”(Sonlar 14: 1-2).

Shunda Egamiz Musoga dedi: “Men ular orasida qilgan barcha mo''jizaviy alomatlarimga qaramay, qachongacha ular menga ishonishdan bosh tortadilar? Men ularni vabo bilan yo'q qilaman va yo'q qilaman »(Raqamlar 14:11). However, Moses once again interceded for his people and turned away the wrath of God (Numbers 14:13-20). Although God did forgive them, He decided that “not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their forefathers. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it” (Numbers 14:23). Rather, they would suffer by wandering in the wilderness for forty years, one year for each of the forty days they explored the land (Numbers 14:34). Furthermore, God would give them what they asked for: “I will do the very things I heard you say: In this desert your bodies will fall, every one of you twenty years old or more” (Numbers 14:28-29). Additionally, the ten men who had given the bad report were struck down and died of a plague before the Lord (Numbers 14:37). Only Joshua and Caleb survived, the two faithful spies who believed God’s promise to give the land over to them.

God had promised them victory. The land He commanded them to go in and take was already theirs they simply had to trust and obey, but this they did not do. God will never lead us where His grace cannot provide for us or His power cannot protect us. Indeed, the Israelites had seen the powerful hand of God at work during the plagues and miracles of the Exodus. Yet, like many people, they walked by sight and not by faith, and their unbelief displeased God. “Without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6). Their failure to believe in God’s word kept them from entering the Promised Land. This truth has never changed.


Why was Israel cursed with forty years of wilderness wandering?

“Wilderness wandering” refers to the plight of the Israelites due to their disobedience and unbelief. Nearly 3,500 years ago, the Lord delivered His people from Egyptian bondage as described in Exodus, chapters 1–12. They were to take possession of the land God had promised their forefathers, a land “flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8). Prior to entry, however, they became convinced they could not oust the current inhabitants of the land, even though God told them they could. Their lack of belief in God’s word and promises brought forth the wrath of God. He cursed them with forty years of wilderness wandering until the unbelieving generation died off, never stepping foot in the Promised Land.

A seven-year famine was responsible for God’s chosen people ending up in Egypt. Initially, they flourished under the leadership of Joseph, number two in charge of the country after Pharaoh. “Then a new king, who did not know about Joseph, came to power in Egypt” (Exodus 1:8), and soon, “the Egyptians came to dread the Israelites” (Exodus 1:12). For the next several centuries the Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians who “worked them ruthlessly” (Exodus 1:13). Eventually, God heard their cries (Exodus 2:23-25) and sent Moses and Aaron to rescue them. After enduring the last of the ten plagues—the death of the firstborn males—Pharaoh finally agreed to release the Israelites.

Upon their arrival at Kadesh Barnea, which bordered the Promised Land of Canaan, they sent out twelve spies to survey the land and its people (Numbers 13:18-25). They returned after forty days of exploration. Ten of the spies had a bad report: “We can’t attack those people they are stronger than we are…All the people we saw were of great size…We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes” (Numbers 13:31-33). Only Joshua and Caleb dissented (Numbers 14:6-7). Believing the report of the ten doubters, the people lost heart and rebelled. They “raised their voices and wept aloud,” grumbling against Moses and Aaron, saying, “If only we had died in Egypt! Or in this desert! Why is the LORD bringing us to this land only to let us fall by the sword” (Numbers 14:1-2, emphasis added).

Then the Lord said to Moses, “How long will they refuse to believe in me, in spite of all the miraculous signs I have performed among them? I will strike them down with a plague and destroy them” (Numbers 14:11). However, Moses once again interceded for his people and turned away the wrath of God (Numbers 14:13-20). Although God did forgive them, He decided that “not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their forefathers. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it” (Numbers 14:23). Rather, they would suffer by wandering in the wilderness for forty years, one year for each of the forty days they explored the land (Numbers 14:34). Furthermore, God would give them what they asked for: “I will do the very things I heard you say: In this desert your bodies will fall, every one of you twenty years old or more” (Numbers 14:28-29). Additionally, the ten men who had given the bad report were struck down and died of a plague before the Lord (Numbers 14:37). Only Joshua and Caleb survived, the two faithful spies who believed God’s promise to give the land over to them.

God had promised them victory. The land He commanded them to go in and take was already theirs they simply had to trust and obey, but this they did not do. God will never lead us where His grace cannot provide for us or His power cannot protect us. Indeed, the Israelites had seen the powerful hand of God at work during the plagues and miracles of the Exodus. Yet, like many people, they walked by sight and not by faith, and their unbelief displeased God. “Without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6). Their failure to believe in God’s word kept them from entering the Promised Land. This truth has never changed.


Why was Israel cursed with forty years of wilderness wandering?

“Wilderness wandering” refers to the plight of the Israelites due to their disobedience and unbelief. Nearly 3,500 years ago, the Lord delivered His people from Egyptian bondage as described in Exodus, chapters 1–12. They were to take possession of the land God had promised their forefathers, a land “flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8). Prior to entry, however, they became convinced they could not oust the current inhabitants of the land, even though God told them they could. Their lack of belief in God’s word and promises brought forth the wrath of God. He cursed them with forty years of wilderness wandering until the unbelieving generation died off, never stepping foot in the Promised Land.

A seven-year famine was responsible for God’s chosen people ending up in Egypt. Initially, they flourished under the leadership of Joseph, number two in charge of the country after Pharaoh. “Then a new king, who did not know about Joseph, came to power in Egypt” (Exodus 1:8), and soon, “the Egyptians came to dread the Israelites” (Exodus 1:12). For the next several centuries the Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians who “worked them ruthlessly” (Exodus 1:13). Eventually, God heard their cries (Exodus 2:23-25) and sent Moses and Aaron to rescue them. After enduring the last of the ten plagues—the death of the firstborn males—Pharaoh finally agreed to release the Israelites.

Upon their arrival at Kadesh Barnea, which bordered the Promised Land of Canaan, they sent out twelve spies to survey the land and its people (Numbers 13:18-25). They returned after forty days of exploration. Ten of the spies had a bad report: “We can’t attack those people they are stronger than we are…All the people we saw were of great size…We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes” (Numbers 13:31-33). Only Joshua and Caleb dissented (Numbers 14:6-7). Believing the report of the ten doubters, the people lost heart and rebelled. They “raised their voices and wept aloud,” grumbling against Moses and Aaron, saying, “If only we had died in Egypt! Or in this desert! Why is the LORD bringing us to this land only to let us fall by the sword” (Numbers 14:1-2, emphasis added).

Then the Lord said to Moses, “How long will they refuse to believe in me, in spite of all the miraculous signs I have performed among them? I will strike them down with a plague and destroy them” (Numbers 14:11). However, Moses once again interceded for his people and turned away the wrath of God (Numbers 14:13-20). Although God did forgive them, He decided that “not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their forefathers. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it” (Numbers 14:23). Rather, they would suffer by wandering in the wilderness for forty years, one year for each of the forty days they explored the land (Numbers 14:34). Furthermore, God would give them what they asked for: “I will do the very things I heard you say: In this desert your bodies will fall, every one of you twenty years old or more” (Numbers 14:28-29). Additionally, the ten men who had given the bad report were struck down and died of a plague before the Lord (Numbers 14:37). Only Joshua and Caleb survived, the two faithful spies who believed God’s promise to give the land over to them.

God had promised them victory. The land He commanded them to go in and take was already theirs they simply had to trust and obey, but this they did not do. God will never lead us where His grace cannot provide for us or His power cannot protect us. Indeed, the Israelites had seen the powerful hand of God at work during the plagues and miracles of the Exodus. Yet, like many people, they walked by sight and not by faith, and their unbelief displeased God. “Without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6). Their failure to believe in God’s word kept them from entering the Promised Land. This truth has never changed.


Why was Israel cursed with forty years of wilderness wandering?

“Wilderness wandering” refers to the plight of the Israelites due to their disobedience and unbelief. Nearly 3,500 years ago, the Lord delivered His people from Egyptian bondage as described in Exodus, chapters 1–12. They were to take possession of the land God had promised their forefathers, a land “flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8). Prior to entry, however, they became convinced they could not oust the current inhabitants of the land, even though God told them they could. Their lack of belief in God’s word and promises brought forth the wrath of God. He cursed them with forty years of wilderness wandering until the unbelieving generation died off, never stepping foot in the Promised Land.

A seven-year famine was responsible for God’s chosen people ending up in Egypt. Initially, they flourished under the leadership of Joseph, number two in charge of the country after Pharaoh. “Then a new king, who did not know about Joseph, came to power in Egypt” (Exodus 1:8), and soon, “the Egyptians came to dread the Israelites” (Exodus 1:12). For the next several centuries the Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians who “worked them ruthlessly” (Exodus 1:13). Eventually, God heard their cries (Exodus 2:23-25) and sent Moses and Aaron to rescue them. After enduring the last of the ten plagues—the death of the firstborn males—Pharaoh finally agreed to release the Israelites.

Upon their arrival at Kadesh Barnea, which bordered the Promised Land of Canaan, they sent out twelve spies to survey the land and its people (Numbers 13:18-25). They returned after forty days of exploration. Ten of the spies had a bad report: “We can’t attack those people they are stronger than we are…All the people we saw were of great size…We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes” (Numbers 13:31-33). Only Joshua and Caleb dissented (Numbers 14:6-7). Believing the report of the ten doubters, the people lost heart and rebelled. They “raised their voices and wept aloud,” grumbling against Moses and Aaron, saying, “If only we had died in Egypt! Or in this desert! Why is the LORD bringing us to this land only to let us fall by the sword” (Numbers 14:1-2, emphasis added).

Then the Lord said to Moses, “How long will they refuse to believe in me, in spite of all the miraculous signs I have performed among them? I will strike them down with a plague and destroy them” (Numbers 14:11). However, Moses once again interceded for his people and turned away the wrath of God (Numbers 14:13-20). Although God did forgive them, He decided that “not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their forefathers. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it” (Numbers 14:23). Rather, they would suffer by wandering in the wilderness for forty years, one year for each of the forty days they explored the land (Numbers 14:34). Furthermore, God would give them what they asked for: “I will do the very things I heard you say: In this desert your bodies will fall, every one of you twenty years old or more” (Numbers 14:28-29). Additionally, the ten men who had given the bad report were struck down and died of a plague before the Lord (Numbers 14:37). Only Joshua and Caleb survived, the two faithful spies who believed God’s promise to give the land over to them.

God had promised them victory. The land He commanded them to go in and take was already theirs they simply had to trust and obey, but this they did not do. God will never lead us where His grace cannot provide for us or His power cannot protect us. Indeed, the Israelites had seen the powerful hand of God at work during the plagues and miracles of the Exodus. Yet, like many people, they walked by sight and not by faith, and their unbelief displeased God. “Without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6). Their failure to believe in God’s word kept them from entering the Promised Land. This truth has never changed.


Why was Israel cursed with forty years of wilderness wandering?

“Wilderness wandering” refers to the plight of the Israelites due to their disobedience and unbelief. Nearly 3,500 years ago, the Lord delivered His people from Egyptian bondage as described in Exodus, chapters 1–12. They were to take possession of the land God had promised their forefathers, a land “flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8). Prior to entry, however, they became convinced they could not oust the current inhabitants of the land, even though God told them they could. Their lack of belief in God’s word and promises brought forth the wrath of God. He cursed them with forty years of wilderness wandering until the unbelieving generation died off, never stepping foot in the Promised Land.

A seven-year famine was responsible for God’s chosen people ending up in Egypt. Initially, they flourished under the leadership of Joseph, number two in charge of the country after Pharaoh. “Then a new king, who did not know about Joseph, came to power in Egypt” (Exodus 1:8), and soon, “the Egyptians came to dread the Israelites” (Exodus 1:12). For the next several centuries the Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians who “worked them ruthlessly” (Exodus 1:13). Eventually, God heard their cries (Exodus 2:23-25) and sent Moses and Aaron to rescue them. After enduring the last of the ten plagues—the death of the firstborn males—Pharaoh finally agreed to release the Israelites.

Upon their arrival at Kadesh Barnea, which bordered the Promised Land of Canaan, they sent out twelve spies to survey the land and its people (Numbers 13:18-25). They returned after forty days of exploration. Ten of the spies had a bad report: “We can’t attack those people they are stronger than we are…All the people we saw were of great size…We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes” (Numbers 13:31-33). Only Joshua and Caleb dissented (Numbers 14:6-7). Believing the report of the ten doubters, the people lost heart and rebelled. They “raised their voices and wept aloud,” grumbling against Moses and Aaron, saying, “If only we had died in Egypt! Or in this desert! Why is the LORD bringing us to this land only to let us fall by the sword” (Numbers 14:1-2, emphasis added).

Then the Lord said to Moses, “How long will they refuse to believe in me, in spite of all the miraculous signs I have performed among them? I will strike them down with a plague and destroy them” (Numbers 14:11). However, Moses once again interceded for his people and turned away the wrath of God (Numbers 14:13-20). Although God did forgive them, He decided that “not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their forefathers. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it” (Numbers 14:23). Rather, they would suffer by wandering in the wilderness for forty years, one year for each of the forty days they explored the land (Numbers 14:34). Furthermore, God would give them what they asked for: “I will do the very things I heard you say: In this desert your bodies will fall, every one of you twenty years old or more” (Numbers 14:28-29). Additionally, the ten men who had given the bad report were struck down and died of a plague before the Lord (Numbers 14:37). Only Joshua and Caleb survived, the two faithful spies who believed God’s promise to give the land over to them.

God had promised them victory. The land He commanded them to go in and take was already theirs they simply had to trust and obey, but this they did not do. God will never lead us where His grace cannot provide for us or His power cannot protect us. Indeed, the Israelites had seen the powerful hand of God at work during the plagues and miracles of the Exodus. Yet, like many people, they walked by sight and not by faith, and their unbelief displeased God. “Without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6). Their failure to believe in God’s word kept them from entering the Promised Land. This truth has never changed.


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  3. Vokus

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  4. Moki

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