Joshua Tree Bible?

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The Joshua Tree is referenced in the Bible. It is found in the book of Exodus where Children of Israel are leaving Egypt to head into the desert. After crossing the Red Sea, the children of Israel wandered three days without any water. They finally found water but it was too bitter to drink. The people murmured against Moses and he asked God for help and was shown a Joshua tree that he threw into the water to make the water sweet.
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