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GOD'S POWER AND GLORY WOULD HAVE BEEN SHOWN IN THE SIMPLE ACT OF SPEAKING TO THE ROCK but only man's power in striking it. It was because he struck it instead of speaking to it.
interesting; yes typology is apparent, but Ive never been that deep..
I doubt it would have mattered how many times he struck it, just that he did and did not speak to it. I don't see any correlation between this and Jesus
wow Deborah, you are on fire!.. I would say yes, even before reading, it was due to unbelief or lack of faith. but maybe now I would add, that the man or human rose up, and did it "his way" as we all fail sometimes and some of us more than others!.
God wanted the glory. He would have gotten it if Moses had spoke, but sice he struck the rock instead, it was Moses who got the glory