And had rained down manna upon them to eat, and had given them of the corn of heaven.
This entire psalm deals with how God guided, protect and fed His people during their days in the wilderness. God fed them manna from heaven and water from a rock. He even went before them as a pillar of fire at night, which made nighttime travel easy and as a pillar of cloud by day as shield from the torrent heat. Their shoes lasted their entire journey-nobody but God.
God is still raining down manna from heaven in His provisional care as He provides for all our needs regardless of the need. He is still opening up the corn fields of heaven and pouring out blessings for all those who trust and believe in Him until there isn't room enough to receive the blessings.
God's Word is our heavenly manna and when eaten the reader wants more and more as the taste is pleasant to the pallet. When heavenly manna is eaten it removes the taste for evil and the sweet lust of this world that is pleasing to the eye, but destructive to the body and soul. Whereas heavenly manna nourishes both body and soul; therefore, eat and be filled.
A daily feeding of God's heavenly manna brings a closer walk with God, which is what He desires. Heavenly manna buries Satan's weeds that he plants to disrupt our walk with God.
Heavenly is nourishment for the soul.
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