As I feed the chickens their cracked corn in the mornings, I can't help but think of God providing the Israelites manna from Heaven in the desert.
Exodus 16:13 to 15 talks about the people of Israel after leaving Egypt and wondering in the dessert crying out ot God because of a lack of food. He provided quail in the evening and manna in the morning.
The manna appeared as the dew dried off the ground. It was thin flakes like frost on the ground. It was white like coriander seed and tasted like it was wafers made from honey.
They were to gather what they needed every morning. The day before Sabbath was the only day that they were allowed to keep the food overnight.