my picture of a perfect marriage.
The manna stopped the day after they ate the food from the land; there was no longer any manna for the Israelites, but that year they ate of the produce of Canaan.
Sometimes God’s provision will come down from heaven like manna. You’re going to recognize that you’re only alive because of Him. You would be dead (or worse) otherwise. Manna won’t always last forever though. It will stop. And that’s a good thing.
When the manna stops, we will have to look around and recognize that manna isn’t the only way the God provides. By opening doors, drying the river to cross over, whatever metaphor you wish to use, God often places us in a perfect place to reap His provisions. Just as the nation ate from the land, we will have to use the skills and resources we have to feed ourselves. Just because we don’t see miracles everyday doesn’t mean God isn’t there. It doesn’t mean He’s not providing. It doesn’t mean He stopped caring.
Either way, manna or not, God is our ultimate provider. That’s always a good thing to recognize.
i hope that there is a time in my life to do this. travel with friends, have fun, yet still be mature, and write down our adventures and stories and not feel that it is tiresome or annoying. be with people who you really love, go to amazing places you have dreamed about, and shop for exotic antiques or the newest styles. and to just be able to love life in the moment and live.