In this chapter we have an account of Aaron and Miriam speaking against
Moses, and for what reason, whose amiable character is given,
\\#Nu 12:1-3\\; and of the Lord's calling them to him, and rebuking them
for it, giving an excellent testimony to Moses, and then departing in
anger, \\#Nu 12:4-9\\; and of Miriam's being smitten with leprosy, and
Aaron's entreating Moses on his and her account, who prayed to the Lord
to heal her, \\#Nu 12:10-13\\; and of her being ordered to be shut out
of the camp seven days, during which time the Israelites stayed at
Hazeroth, and then removed to the wilderness of Paran, \\#Nu 12:14-16\\.