Do We Grumble?


In Exodus 16:2-4, 12-15, we read about the grumbling of the Israelites. They have escaped their lives as slaves in Egypt and are now wandering in the desert. They are hungry, so now those days in Egypt look pretty good – they had food there, after all.

We can assume they had once yearned to be free – but now their freedom isn’t as they expected. How often this can happen! We yearn for something – we pray it will happen. It does. But then we may find that while they are answered, our prayers aren’t answered exactly as we imagined.

Then what? Do we grumble, or are we able to have a positive attitude and find something good in our new situation?


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