“Then he brought Israel out with silver and gold.
There was no one among their tribes who stumbled.
Egypt was glad when they departed.
The dread of them had fallen upon Egypt.
He spread a cloud for a covering.
He spread a fire to give light by night.
Then he brought quails.
He gave them food from heaven in abundance.
He opened the rock.
Then water gushed out.
It flowed through the desert like a river.”
This is quick summary of Exodus, chapters 12-17. The Israelites left Egypt with silver and gold. No one of their tribes stumbled or fell. Thus Egypt was glad that they were gone since they were afraid of what would happen next. In the desert, they had a cloud for covering during the day and a fire as light at night. They wanted food and water, so God provided quails that flew in and manna from heaven in abundance as food. Moses struck a rock so that there was water in abundance like a river in the desert.