// Read: Ex. 16:28-35 //
28-29 “How long will these people refuse to obey?” the Lord asked Moses. “Don’t they realize that I am giving them twice as much on the sixth day, so that there will be enough for two days? For the Lord has given you the seventh day as a day of Sabbath rest; stay in your tents and don’t go out to pick up food from the ground that day.” 30 So the people rested on the seventh day.

31 And the food became known as “manna” (meaning “What is it?”); it was white, like coriander seed, and flat, and tasted like honey bread.

32 Then Moses gave them this further instruction from the Lord: they were to take two quarts of it to be kept as a museum specimen forever, so that later generations could see the bread the Lord had fed them in the wilderness, when he brought them from Egypt. 33 Moses told Aaron to get a container and put two quarts of manna in it and to keep it in a sacred place from generation to generation. 34 Aaron did this, just as the Lord had instructed Moses, and eventually it was kept in the Ark in the Tabernacle.

35 So the people of Israel ate the manna forty years until they arrived in the land of Canaan, where there were crops to eat.

Moses said, “This is the thing which the Lord commanded, fill an over of it to be kept for your generations that they may see the bread where with I have fed you in the wilderness, when I brought you forth from the land of Egypt. And Moses said unto Aaron, take a pot and put an omer full of manna there in and lay it up before the Lord, to be kept for your generations.” This means that the same bread can stay without getting spoilt for GENERATIONS!!! Let us look at it again, it gets spoilt it if let for a day, it can stay till the next day if picked on the sixth day and the one put in the pot is for generations! The same MANNA, given by God! Beloved, just think about these things and God.

PRAYER: God, let me never underestimate your greatness.

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