Exodus 16:2-15 Common English Bible
Relationships are the most valuable connection God offers us to stay in a place of trust. When trust is broken, complaining becomes a constant narrative in the relationship. God’s people, the Israelites, begin to complain about no bread in the wilderness.
Order is established in the midst of chaos by means of this rhythm of divine provision. God’s mercy keeps us in remembrance and alignment.
How do we develop a rhythm and discipline that helps us constantly rely on God? When the wilderness confronts us we should…
Choose not to complain, but celebrate!
The whole Israelite community complained against Moses and Aaron in the desert. Exodus 16:2
Expect God to deliver!
Then the Lord said to Moses, “I’m going to make bread rain down from the sky for you. The people will go out each day and gather just enough for that day. In this way, I’ll test them to see whether or not they follow my instruction.” Exodus 16:4
Hear the W.O.W., the Words of Wisdom,
“When we know God, we follow!”