Each reflexive reading of Scripture produces enrichment of the spirit. Find one of the many possible this truth evidence observed for a few minutes the great Odyssey of the Hebrew people in their journey through the desert. Countless are the details that emerge in the books which condense the description of the exodus from Egypt to the land of Canaan. The inexhaustible source of imagination offers the reader the opportunity to contemplate a more complete picture of how much meant that journey. & n bsp; Possible expectations of travellers. What the thoughts and emotions of that crowd a day departed from Rameses (Exodus 12: 37-39)? Have plans emerged in their minds about what they would do in that new home? Do long believed they would take that trip? Did they have any idea of the way that transitarian and the challenges that this route would present them? He suspected some of them that most would not reach its destination? The above are only a few few concerns that can be drawn from possible human realities lived by the participants in this unique journey.
However the following few paragraphs wish to devote them to a bound and vital aspect of that process, the power. Supplying food becomes more relevant matter by the circumstances of the exodus, these include: the number of people who travel the variety of tastes all that class of people who form the Group of walkers the availability of food in an atmosphere of the desert the divine provisions on the feeding regime allowed the media to transport groceriesprepare and preserve food Provision of food according to the duration of the trip the passages of the old testament show the care of Jehovah that people slave who left their chains after four centuries of servitude. Mana is an icon of God’s concern for them; and human at the same time of attitudes toward a gift.