Word Manna

Rewriting my manuscript has not been easy (Rewriting). But it has been transforming as each day I come empty handed before God and ask Him to pour His words through me. I keep thinking of the Israelites as they wandered in the desert collecting just enough manna for the day. No more, no less. Just enough.

That’s what I am asking God for. Just enough words for each day. His words. Divine words.

I run to open my computer each day and eagerly await the word manna He rains down from heaven. And He is so faithful to provide!

Are you in need of manna today?

How often do we seek and strive for things, for people, for ideas, for peace, for (fill in the blank).

When in reality God is simply waiting for us to look up so that He can rain down something far better. So that He can give us heaven’s bread.

What if for today, just for a moment, we sit and wait. We wait for the Lord to rain down His manna on us. And what if, even if just for today, we trust that His manna is enough. That it is better. That it is good. How might our day look and feel different?

Praying that you will look up today and find His manna is more than enough.

Much love,
Jen

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