Whereas Exodus 7:16 is:
And thou shalt say unto him, The Lord God of the Hebrews hath sent me unto thee, saying, Let my people go, that they may serve me in the wilderness: and, behold, hitherto thou wouldest not hear.
Both of which are vaguely symbolic in the context of this story arc, as far as I have it figured out, which isn't very far, in terms of the fact that the water-from-the-rock thing is sort of your basic miracle story, and the baby is all miraculous and shit, and the Exodus passage makes sense in that Scully and Moronica have taken a bit of an Exodus themselves, and so, perhaps, have the aliens, and maybe the human replicant aliens are enslaved and the baby has been sent to release them from their de facto slavery under the hands of the overlord aliens? Hey, that actually makes some kind of crazy sense. Like, the baby is Moses, not Jesus, even though Chris Carter is obviously ripping off the Jesus story with this whole virgin birth/born in a barn analogy. But those two specific passages don't have much to do with one another, as far as I know. On the other hand, I'm not a Biblical scholar, so I could be wrong. On the other other hand, I don't think Chris Carter is much of a Biblical scholar, either, and nothing shows that more clearly than this current plot line. I beg you, writers, if you're going to steal from the Bible -- and there's nothing wrong with that, because writers do it all the time -- at least read the Bible first so you rip it off correctly. Anyway, underneath this Biblical message is a quaint little painting of Jesus holding up his hand in a blessing. Anvils, anvils, everywhere, and not a drop to drink, except for this cold, frosty brew in my hand.
Moronica and Scully enter the store, finding it dank and dusty and generally abandoned-looking. The Magical Mystery Jesus Tour Music cranks up on the soundtrack. The women wander around investigating the joint, which apparently, among its other attractions, has no running water. Scully looks around and lists off all the things they need, but don't have, including running water and sterile supplies. Doesn't Moronica's car (which I think is a Bureau Car, since she got it from Doggett) have a first-aid kit in it, and some bottled water? People, always have supplies in your car. You never know when you're going to have to run from crazy unstoppable aliens who are trying to steal your NotAlienMiracleBaby. "I'm a little stiff from the drive," Moronica shares, and wanders outside, leaving Scully to wonder how the hell she's supposed to have a baby in that filthy joint.