Hanging on to manna


Rethinking the familiar when God calls you out

Joshua 5:12 Beginning after that Passover, the Israelites were no longer fed with manna, as they were in the desert. From the day they ate from the new land, the manna ceased. From then on they ate only the crops of the land of Canaan.
It occurred to me how many people stay stuck on neutral in their life with God. It’s like they continue to do the things on auto pilot like the crowd who ate manna (which was life-sustaining) instead of venturing into exciting pastures of Canaan-like territory that might cause potential discomfort, but provide growth and new insights.
How are you going to know if you like new crops if you continue to eat the familiar life-giving manna? 
Is God just at church for you? 
Is the Bible the book read by your priest, pastor or minister?
Do you know God’s heart on an intimate level? 
Have you tapped into delicious new crops available from the Holy Spirit? 
Remember that God cut off manna when it was time for the next phase.

Are your taste buds ready for God’s new and exciting flavors?
He’s waiting to share His feast with you. 

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