Q> An estimated three million Israelites (600,000 footmen,
see Num.11:21) came out of Egypt. It is written that God fed
them with quail for a whole month. How is it that quail came
from the sea?

Ye shall not eat one day, nor two days, nor five
days, neither ten days, nor twenty days;

But even a WHOLE MONTH, until it come out at
your nostrils, and it be loathsome unto you:
because that ye have despised the LORD

which is among you, and
have wept before him, saying, Why came we
forth out of Egypt?

The account regarding the Israelites asking for flesh in the
wilderness is written in Numbers chapter eleven. To understand
the type of flesh which God fed the Israelites with, will take a
thorough review of Numbers chapter eleven. It does state in
Numbers chapter eleven, that God fed the Israelites quail from
the sea. However, the meaning of the word "quail" (mentioned
twice in chapter eleven) must be reflected in Numbers chapter
eleven to determine the type of flesh which God fed the Israelites
with in the wilderness. In other words, if we were to remove the
word "quail" and replace it with the word "flesh" and then re-read
Numbers chapter eleven; what type of flesh would the written
record (in Numbers chapter eleven) reflect?

And there went forth a wind from the LORD
, and brought flesh (replaced
‘quail’ with ‘flesh’)
FROM THE SEA, and let them
fall by the camp, as it were a day's journey

(20 miles)
on this side, and as it were a day's
(20 miles) on the other side, round
about the camp, and as it were two cubits

(3 feet)
high upon the face of the earth.

The flesh came from the SEA, and covered an area (around the
camp) of 20 miles in all directions, being three feet deep. The
word "quail" we have replaced with the word "flesh" to facilitate
in determining which type of flesh was fed to the Israelites in the
wilderness, as reflected in the written record only. The Israelites
were in the wilderness eating only manna (non flesh food), and
began complaining.

But now our soul is dried away: there is nothing at all,
beside this MANNA, before our eyes.

And the manna was as coriander seed, and the colour
thereof as the colour of bdellium.

The Israelites who wanted to eat flesh mentioned the type of flesh
which they lusted after. Many Israelites remembered the flesh of fish
which they ate when they were in Egypt.

nd the mixed multitude that was among them
fell a lusting: and the children of Israel also wept
again, and said, Who shall give us FLESH TO EAT?

We remember the FISH, which we did eat in Egypt
freely; the cucumbers, and the melons, and the
leeks, and the onions, and the garlic:

The Israelites crying for fish displeased the Lord (HAYAH HAVAH).
The reason for God’s displeasure is that the physical manna was
‘new food’ which symbolized the ‘New Truth’ (spiritual food)
contained in the two sided Seven Seals Scroll (Hidden Manna).

In these last days (our day) the Revelation of the two sided scroll
(spiritual Manna which John ate, see Rev.10:8-10; and with which
the woman: Remaining Faithful Bride is fed/nourished with, see
Rev.12:6,14) is now offered first to all Christian Bible believers.

Many among the Israelites had rejected the physical manna (new life
sustaining food) and instead wanted the old food (old foods symbolize
old beliefs) of Egypt. Today many of the Christians (paralleling the
Israelites) have rejected the Hidden Manna (two sided scroll, see
Rev.2:17), and instead lust after their old beliefs of Jesus.

Those Israelites who rejected the physical manna in the wilderness,
are paralleled by the many Christians who reject the Hidden Manna
(two sided scroll revealed by the latter day Lamb and Chosen Vessel).
To reject the Revelation of the Seven Seals Scroll (as revealed by
the Chosen Vessel) is likened to those Israelites who did not want to
eat the physical manna. To desire a former belief (instead of the
Seven Seals Scroll) is likened to those Israelites who wanted fish,
cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, garlic, all of which they had
once (formerly) eaten in Egypt. Therefore it greatly displeased God
concerning those among the Israelites who lusted after the old food
of Egypt, just as it greatly displeases God (HAYAH HAVAH) today,
regarding the Christians who desire their former Bible beliefs.

He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit
saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh
will I give to eat of the HIDDEN
(sealed: closed)
MANNA (scroll: spiritual food), and will give him
a white stone, and in the stone a new name written,
which no man knoweth saving he that receiveth it.

And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the
throne a BOOK
(scroll: Manna) written within and
on the backside, SEALED
(hidden) with seven seals.

And I took the little BOOK (scroll: Manna) out of the
angel's hand, and ATE IT
(spiritual food: Manna) up;
and it was in my mouth sweet as honey: and as soon
as I had eaten it, my belly was bitter.

And to the woman were given two wings of a great
eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into
her place, where she is NOURISHED
(with the scroll:
for a time, and times, and half a time, from
the face of the serpent.

Many Israelites in the wilderness were lusting after the flesh of fish
which they remembered eating in Egypt. They were crying unto
Moses concerning fish, as Moses himself said, "shall all the FISH
OF THE SEA be gathered for them, to suffice them?"

Shall the flocks and the herds be slain for them, to
suffice them? or shall all the FISH OF THE SEA
be gathered together for them, to suffice them?

There are no references in Numbers chapter eleven concerning flesh
of a feathered kind. Only two verses in numbers chapter eleven
mention the word quail. In Num.11:31 it states that quail came from
the sea. Quail do not come out of the sea. The Israelites were fed flesh
which came from the sea. The Word of the Lord (HAYAH HAVAH)
descended and transpired: thundering with awesome lightning bolts,
smiting and breaking asunder the seas (heads of Leviathan).

Thou didst divide the sea by thy strength: thou BRAKEST
(with thunder and lightning)
the HEADS (seas) of the
(oceans) in the waters.

Thou BRAKEST (with thunderings and lightning bolts)
the heads (seven heads: seven seas) of LEVIATHAN
(great sea: Dragon)
in pieces, and gavest him (Leviathan:
great sea wherein is much food)
to be meat (food)
to the people (Israelites) inhabiting the wilderness
(see Rev.19:17,18)

An awesome tempest (like a cyclone) was created upon the great sea,
which gathered up both fish and water. A very powerful eastward wind
gathered and carried upward the fish and much water from the great
sea (Leviathan). A southern wind pushed the ‘flying’ fish and water,
to the region of the wilderness where the Israelites were located.

He caused an EAST (eastward direction) wind to blow
in the heaven: and by his power he brought in the
(southward direction) wind.

Enormous amounts of fish and water rained down round about the
camp of the Israelites. This created a three foot high pile of soaking
wet fish for 20 miles in all directions around the Israelite camp. The
soaking wet fish were gathered by the Israelites and spread upon
the ground to dry out.

And the people stood up all that day, and
all that night, and all the next day, and
they gathered the quails
(fish): he that
gathered least gathered ten homers: and
(to dry out) for themselves round about
the camp.

Many of the Israelites who had gathered the fish were so lustful for flesh,
that they ate the fish raw. The Lord smote those who ate their fish without
cooking them first.

And while the (raw) flesh (of fish) was yet between
their teeth, ere it was chewed, the wrath of the LORD
was kindled against the people, and the LORD smote
the people with a very great plague.

The mind tends to reason that when flesh comes down from the sky,
it must be of a feathered kind. However, God caused fish ‘to fly upon
the east and south wind’ and fed the Israelites with fish in the wilderness.
A psalmist also casually assumed that the flesh the Israelites had been
fed with was quail of a feathered kind (see Ps.105:40). If the word
quail was removed from Num.11:31,32, the available record (written
in Numbers chapter eleven) reflects that the flesh came from the sea.
Quail of a feathered kind does not come from the sea. Furthermore,
quail of a feathered kind were not in sufficient numbers to have fed an
estimated three million people for a month. Fish found in the sea, could
easily feed the entire camp of Israelite people for a month or longer.

A psalmist in two verses casually assumed that the flesh fed to the
Israelites was quail of a feathered kind. No wonder, since all of
Judaism and Christianity still erroneously believe to this day that
the Israelites in the wilderness were fed with quail of a feathered
kind, when in fact they were actually fed with fish from the sea.

The people asked, and he brought quails (fish, see
, and satisfied them with the bread of heaven.

He rained FLESH (fish) also upon them as dust, and
feathered fowls
(fish) like as the sand of the sea:

The available record detailed in Numbers chapter eleven conclusively
reveals that the Israelites were fed fish from the sea. To think otherwise
requires and individual to go against the greater weight of the written
record contained in Numbers chapter eleven. In Numbers chapter
eleven it fails to mention the Israelite people wanting quail of a feathered
kind. The written record fails to show the Israelites eating quail of a
feathered kind in Egypt. The fact is the Israelite people wanted fish,
and that is what God (HAYAH HAVAH) fed them with. Fish come
from the sea, quail of a feathered kind do not.

And there went forth a wind from the LORD,
and brought QUAILS
(great sea: Leviathan), and let them fall by the
camp, as it were a day's journey on this side,
and as it were a day's journey on the other side,
round about the camp, and as it were two cubits
high upon the face of the earth.

Who are the two Saints that are speaking to each other in Dan.8:13?

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