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-manna: Christ refers to the manna when he calls himself the."true bread from heaven":.John 6:31-35, 48-51. He is also the "hidden manna":.Revelation 2:17 with John 6:49,51.

The Old testament Hebrew was "man-hu" meaning."what is that?", referrring to the name given by the Israelites to the food miraculously supplied daily to them during their wanderings in the wilderness:.Exodus 16:13-35; Psalms 105:40. It was supplied daily. Every morning it fell on top of the dew. It tasted like coriander and when dried, could be used as flour for bread. It would rot if kept overnight. It was found on the ground for six days in the week but double quantity fell on the sixth day. Worms would breed in it after one day, except on the Sabbath day. The lesson here then is of the present, trusting God for your present needs, living in the present and not worrying about the next day or agonizing over the past.

The ancient Israelites were constantly complaining about everything they could:.Numbers 11:1-3. They wanted to go back into Egyptian bondage as they hated the trek in the wilderness to get to the land God had promised them after their 430 years of Egyptian bondage.

They complained about the man Moses God had chosen to lead them from captivity in Egypt and into a new land:.Exodus 14:11,12. Even Moses' sister Miriam and brother Aaron complained about him:.Numbers 12:1-12. This was really taking its toll upon Moses:.Numbers 11:10-15. The people blamed him and God for all they didn't like. 

They complained that God brought them out into the wilderness to kill them. They complained about the free food God provided for forty years.(Exodus 16:35), which was called manna:.Numbers 11:5,6

They just weren't happy about anything at this time of change for them and couldn't see far off to believe that they would ever reach this so-called promised land:.Numbers 14:22,23; 32:11,12.

The universe is set up to look after those who trust it and this means those of high consciousness, for that's what God is, love and love is high consciousness. Elijah's life showed this. But these complaining Israelites had no heart for anything high consciousness.

The name manna means."What is it?".This gift from God is described as."a small round thing", like the."hoar-frost on the ground".and."like coriander seed" "of the colour of bdellium.(similar to myrrh, an aromatic gum resin obtained from trees and shrubs of India, Arabia, and eastern Africa, used in perfume and incense)".and in taste."like wafers made with honey". It was capable of being baked and boiled, ground in mills, or beaten in a mortar:.Exodus 16:23.

If any was kept over till the following morning, it became corrupt with worms; but as on the Sabbath none fell, on the preceding day a double portion was given and that could be kept over to supply the wants of the Sabbath without becoming corrupt.

Directions concerning the gathering of it are fully given. It fell for the first time after the eighth encampment in the desert of Sin, and was daily furnished, except on the Sabbath, for all the years of the wanderings, till they encamped at Gilgal, after crossing the Jordan, when it suddenly ceased and where they "did eat of the old corn of the land; neither had the children of Israel manna any more":.Joshua 5:12. They now no longer needed the."bread of the wilderness."

This manna was evidently altogether a miraculous gift, wholly different from any natural product with which we are acquainted and which bears this name. The manna of European commerce comes chiefly from Calabria and Sicily. It drops from the twigs of a species of ash during the months of June and July. At night it is fluid and resembles dew, but in the morning it begins to harden. The manna of the Sinaitic peninsula is an exudation from the manna-tamarisk tree.(Tamarix mannifera), the el-tarfah of the Arabs.

This tree is found at the present day in certain well watered valleys in the peninsula of Sinai. The manna with which the people of Israel were fed for forty years differs in many particulars from all these natural products.

-meat: The word means 'food', to sit down and eat:.Genesis 1:29,30; Matthew 3:4; 9:10.

-Messiah: Means 'anointed one', the One sent by He whom we know as the good Creator-Father, to bring mankind into a relationship of a higher consciousness than the ego level. Also means 'anticipated deliverer and king':.Romans 11:26.
   On all the thirty nine instances of its occurring in the Old Testament, is rendered by the LXX 'Christos', meaning 'anointed'. The Greek form 'Messias' is only twice used in the New Testament, in John 1:41 and 4:25.(Revised Version translation "Messiah").and in the Old Testament the word Messiah, as the rendering of the Hebrew, occurs only twice:.Daniel 9:25,26 (R.V., "the anointed one"). Two books on the Messiah are available free. 

Micaiah: Son of Imla. Also called Micah. He was one of the prophets the.Bible.contains a book about.

When Ahab joined with Jehoshaphat and all Ahab's prophets foretold his success against Ramoth-gilead, Jehoshaphat asked if there was not yet another prophet of whom they could inquire:.2Chronicles 18:5,6. He wanted to be sure he would not lose this battle. Then Micaiah was sent for, though Ahab said that he hated him as he always prophesied evil unto him.

-minor prophets: The last twelve books from Hosea to Malachi are called the Minor Prophets. These books are called 'Minor', not because they are less significant than the books of the major prophets, but because they are so much shorter. Some of these books are only a couple of pages long.

What is a prophet?

The minor prophets declare Creator's message of warning and instruction, as well as provide insight into the Messiah, millennial kingdom and the end of time. It was Micah who uttered the famous prophecy that the Messiah would be born in the city of Bethlehem.

-major prophets:.The five books Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel and Daniel are called the Major Prophets. These books are devoted to prophecies concerning Israel.(who is Israel today? where did ancient Israel come from?.Genesis 32:24-30).and the surrounding nations, addressing both their own time and the future. In the book of Daniel, the Creator foretold the rise and fall of the Medes and Persian Empire, the Greek Empire and the Roman Empire. In addition, they contain many detailed prophesies concerning the Messiah which were fulfilled in Emmanuel the Christ, as well as many prophesies describing the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the church age which followed the resurrection of Emmanuel, the future kingdom and the end of time.


(courtesy of The Free Bible)

-mitre: a diadem. A diadem is a crown.

-Molech/Moloch/Milcolm: is another name for the star-god Saturn; some scholars say Molech was the fire-god, initiated when the incredibly.stupid.Israelites of old, left off the ways of the true God.(Jeremiah 44:16,17).and followed the pagan practices of the idiot nations around them:.Jeremiah 7:31

Solomon in his old age allowed his pagan.wives to change his heart toward such ridiculous.pursuits:.1Kings 11:4-11; Jeremiah 32:34,35. Solomon had 'fallen from grace', what happens when one leaves off God as they did in Jeremiah 44:16,17?

When it came to the things of God, Solomon lacked the strong character of his father David.

Ancient Israel became so corrupt both in practice and in thinking, that they passed their children into fire and then felt it was ok to carry on regular worship, they were so seared in mind:.Ezekiel 23:37,39; Leviticus 18:21; 20:2-5; 1Kings 11:7; 2Kings 17:29-31; 23:10; Jeremiah 32:35

These ancient Israelites were so doltish that they copied the horrible practices of those other tribes they were exposed to:.Deuteronomy 12:31. They adopted many gods.

"The Israelites had not worshiped their Creator for forty years in the wilderness, but they had carried symbols of Molech and Chiun.(a Hebrew name; in Greek it's Remphan), aka Remphan.(Chiun/Remphan was an idol the ancient Israelites worshiped in the desert after they came out of bondage in Egypt, an idol representative of the star god Saturn or Molech).and worshiped them. The root of their idolatrous course was that they had never in heart made a clean break from Egypt."....comprised with Concise Bible Dictionary.

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