March 2011 | Insight For Living Canada

By: Insight For Living  09-12-2011

by Chuck Swindoll

Mrs. Moses' cookbook surely had a special section on “A Thousand-and-One Ways to Fix Manna.” Unless I miss my guess, she had tried them all…many times. What potatoes are to Idaho, manna was to the wandering Hebrews for 40 long years (Exodus 16:35). They boiled it, baked it, broiled it, ground it, and ate it cold, hot, raw, cooked, sliced for sandwiches, sprinkled on their cereal—you name it, they tried it!

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