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Out in the Desert
by Paul Leaman

Out in the desert,
Our throats were very dry;
Searching days for water,
But no water did we spy.

For miles and miles we walked,
Upon the burning sand;
There were many thousands of us,
But no one had a plan.

We began to chide our leader,
For bringing us to this place;
We were the least of all people,
The scourge of the human race.

We were better off in Egypt,
Then to die here on this sand;
Where is the God of Moses,
Where is His mighty hand?

Then Moses took his staff,
And struck a hugh hard rock;
Out poured tons of water,
Enough for us and our stock.

Why God puts up with us,
I sure don't understand;
It seems we fight against our God,
But God's still in command.

© by Paul H. Leaman

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