3 Ever after, the area was known as “The Place of Burning,”[a] because the fire from the Lord burned among them there.
4-5 Then the Egyptians who had come with them began to long for the good things of Egypt. This added to the discontent of the people of Israel and they wept, “Oh, for a few bites of meat! Oh, that we had some of the delicious fish we enjoyed so much in Egypt, and the wonderful cucumbers and melons, leeks, onions, and garlic!Read full chapter
- Numbers 11:3 The Place of Burning, literally, “Taberah.”