Most Relevant Verses
Then Abram traveled on, continuing into the Negev.
"The elders of Israel will listen to you, and then you and they are to go to the king of Egypt and say to him, "The LORD God of the Hebrews has met with us. Now, let us take a three-day journey into the desert to sacrifice to the LORD our God.'
They rested outside of Migdol. They traveled from Hahiroth and passed through the midst of the sea to the wilderness. They were on the road three days in the wilderness of Etham, then rested in Marah.
The LORD went in front of them by day in a pillar of cloud to lead them along the way, and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so they could travel both day and night.
so the Israelis set out from the Sinai Wilderness until the cloud settled in the Paran Wilderness,
After this, the Israelis traveled and encamped at Oboth. Then they traveled from Oboth and encamped at Iye-abarim, in the wilderness that is in the vicinity of Moab's eastern border. From there, they traveled and encamped in the valley of Zered. read more.
Then they traveled to the other side of Arnon and camped in the wilderness that borders the territory of the Amorites. (Arnon borders Moab between Moab and the Amorites, which is why the Book of the Wars of the LORD reads, "Waheb and Suphah and the wadis of the Arnon, and the slope of the valleys, that extends to the dwelling places of Ar and the borders of Moab.") From there they traveled to the Well of Beer, where the LORD had instructed Moses, "Gather the people together and I'll give you water." That's also where Israel sang this song: Rise up, well! Sing to it! It's the well that the leaders dug, the one carved out by the nobles of the people with their scepters and staffs. Then they moved on in the wilderness from there to Mattanah, then from Mattanah to Nahaliel, from Nahaliel to Bamoth, and from Bamoth to the valley of Moab where their fields are, and from there to the top of Mount Pisgah, that looks down toward the open desert.
Here's the travel itinerary for the Israelis after they left the land of Egypt in groups under the authority of Moses and Aaron. Moses recorded their departures in their travels after being commanded to do so by the LORD. Here's a list of their travels based on their departures: They departed from Rameses in the first month, on the fifteenth day of that first month. The day after the Passover, the Israelis came out confidently, and all the Egyptians watched them leave, read more.
while they were burying their firstborn, whom the LORD had killed among them. The LORD also executed justice against their gods. Then the Israelis traveled from Rameses and rested in Succoth. They traveled from Succoth, then rested in Etham, which is at the outskirts of the wilderness. They traveled from Etham but turned back to Pi-hahiroth, which is outside of Baal-zephon. They rested outside of Migdol. They traveled from Hahiroth and passed through the midst of the sea to the wilderness. They were on the road three days in the wilderness of Etham, then rested in Marah. They traveled from Marah and arrived at Elim. In Elim there were twelve wells of water and 70 palm trees, so they rested there. They traveled from Elim, then rested by the Reed Sea. They traveled from the Reed Sea, then rested in the Wilderness of Zin. They traveled from the Wilderness of Zin, then rested in Dophkah. They traveled from Dophkah, then rested in Alush. They traveled from Alush, then rested in Rephidim, but there was no water there for the people to drink. They traveled from Rephidim, then rested in the Wilderness of Sinai. They traveled from the Wilderness of Sinai, then rested in Kibroth-hattaavah. They traveled from Kibroth-hattaavah, then rested in Hazeroth. They traveled from Hazeroth, then rested in Rithmah. They traveled from Rithmah, then rested in Rimmon-perez. They traveled from Rimmon-perez, then rested in Libnah. They traveled from Libnah, then rested in Rissah. They traveled from Rissah, then rested in Kehelathah. They traveled from Kehelathah, then rested at Mount Shepher. They traveled from Mount Shepher, then rested in Haradah. They traveled from Haradah, then rested in Makheloth. They traveled from Makheloth, then rested in Tahath. They traveled from Tahath, then rested in Terah. They traveled from Terah, then rested in Mithkah. They traveled from Mithkah, then rested in Hashmonah. They traveled from Hashmonah, then rested in Moseroth. They traveled from Moseroth, then rested in Bene-jaakan. They traveled from Bene-jaakan, then rested in Hor-haggidgad. They traveled from Hor-haggidgad, then rested in Jotbathah. They traveled from Jotbathah, then rested in Abronah. They traveled from Abronah, then rested in Ezion-geber. They traveled from Ezion-geber, then rested in the Wilderness of Zin, which is also known as Kadesh. They traveled from Kadesh, then rested in Mount Hor at the outskirts of the land of Edom. Then Aaron the priest ascended Mount Hor in obedience to the LORD's command and died there, in the fortieth year after the Israelis had come out of the land of Egypt, on the first day of the fifth month. Aaron was 123 years old when he died on Mount Hor. Meanwhile, the Canaanite king of Arad, who lived in the Negev in the land of Canaan, heard of the approach of the Israelis, who had traveled from Mount Hor and then rested in Zalmonah. They traveled from Zalmonah, then rested in Punon. They traveled from Punon, then rested in Oboth. They traveled from Oboth, then rested in Iye-abarim at the outskirts of Moab. They traveled from Iyim, then rested in Dibon-gad. They traveled from Dibon-gad, then rested in Almon-diblathaim. They traveled from Almon-diblathaim, then rested in the mountains of Abarim, facing Nebo. They traveled from the mountains of Abarim, then rested in the plains of Moab by the Jordan River, across from Jericho. They rested by the Jordan River in the area from Beth-jeshimoth to Abel-shittim in the plains of Moab.
As Jesus was setting out again, a man ran up to him, knelt down in front of him, and asked him, "Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?"
Then Jesus began traveling throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom, and healing every disease and every illness.
or a traveling bag for the trip, or an extra shirt, or sandals, or a walking stick, because a worker deserves his food.