“I have heard the Israelites’ complaints. Now tell them, ‘In the evening you will have meat to eat, and in the morning you will have all the bread you want. Then you will know that I am the Lord your God.” That evening vast numbers of quail flew in and covered the camp. And the next morning the area around the camp was wet with dew.” Exodus 16:12-13 NLT
Wet with dew. God told Moses, I heard their complaints. Yet, I will give them meat in the evening and bread in the morning. Then they will know, I Am the Lord Your God. In the morning, they woke to vast numbers of quail covered the camp. The quail was wet with the dew. In the night, they rested and God provided meat. Amazing our greatest attacks from the enemy occurs at night, while God’s provision is released at night. He gives us rest from our work and toil. Then God gently prepares the bread of life, the meat of His the Spirit and wraps it in the refreshing dew. The bread always precedes meat. We must first partake of the word of salvation, feasting on His word. He says to us, there is all the word we could ever want or ever need. In My word is the answer to every question, every desire and every need. Then He gently brings a refreshing to our soul based on the word received. Once we are mature enough to handle, the meat of the spirit, it appears surrounded with a sweet refreshing. Once we stop complaining and are grateful. God says, now we will feast spiritually and know that He is The Lord, Our GOD!! He says while, we complain, He still provides . . . While we are immature, He still provides . . . While we are in the night season, He still provides . . . We cannot appreciate God our provider until we stop complaining. We cannot feast on spiritual food until we appreciate the bread of life. We must be refreshed by what God has already provided, to mature to the next level in Him. Now we are ready for the manifestation and presence of The Lord Our God. Let us gather as much bread, as we can handle, eat and be strengthened for the spiritual feast of quail – manifestation of the presence of God.