« Manasseh, the Tribe Of Manna Marriage »

Manna

Miraculously given to Israel for food in the wilderness — Ex 16:4,15; Ne 9:15.

Called

God’s manna. — Ne 9:20.

Bread of heaven. — Ps 105:40.

Bread from heaven. — Ex 16:4; Joh 6:31.

Corn of heaven. — Ps 78:24.

Angel’s food. — Ps 78:25.

Spiritual meat. — 1Co 10:3.

Previously unknown — De 8:3,16.

Described as

Like coriander seed. — Ex 16:31; Nu 11:7.

White. — Ex 16:31.

Like in colour to bdellium. — Nu 11:7.

Like in taste to wafers made with honey. — Ex 16:31.

Like in taste to oil. — Nu 11:18.

Like hoar frost. — Ex 16:14.

Fell after the evening dew — Nu 11:9.

None fell on the Sabbath day — Ex 16:26,27.

Gathered every morning — Ex 16:21.

An omer of, gathered for each person — Ex 16:16.

Two portions of, gathered the sixth day on account of the Sabbath — Ex 16:5,22-26.

He that gathered much or little had sufficient and nothing over — Ex 16:18.

Melted away by the sun — Ex 16:21.

Given

When Israel murmured for bread. — Ex 16:2,3.

In answer to prayer. — Ps 105:40.

Through Moses. — Joh 6:31,32.

To exhibit God’s glory. — Ex 16:7.

As a sign of Moses’s divine mission. — Joh 6:30,31.

For forty years. — Ne 9:21.

As a test of obedience. — Ex 16:4.

To teach that man does not live by bread only. — De 8:3; Mt 4:4.

To humble and prove Israel. — De 8:16.

Kept longer than a day (except on the Sabbath) became corrupt — Ex 16:19,20.

The Israelites

At first covetous of. — Ex 16:17.

Ground, made into cakes and baked in pans. — Nu 11:8.

Counted inferior to food of Egypt. — Nu 11:4-6.

Loathed. — Nu 21:5.

Punished for despising. — Nu 11:10-20.

Punished for loathing. — Nu 21:6.

Ceased when Israel entered Canaan — Ex 16:35; Jos 5:12.

Illustrative of

Christ. — Joh 6:32-35.

Blessedness given to saints. — Re 2:17.

A golden pot of, laid up in the holiest for a memorial — Ex 16:32-34; Heb 9:4.

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