8561. And they encamped in Rephidim. That this signifies the setting in order of the interiors for undergoing temptation as to truth, the nature of which is signified by "Rephidim," is evident from the signification of "encamping," as being the setting in order of truth and good for undergoing temptations (see n. 8130, 8131, 8155), here for undergoing temptation as to truth, which is represented by their "having no water"' (of which in what follows). It is said "the setting in order of the interiors," because truth and good constitute the interiors of the man of the church. That "Rephidim" signifies the nature of this temptation, is because the names of places signify the quality of the state of the thing, here the quality of the state of the temptation as to truth, because this is what is here treated of.