The house of Israel named the bread “manna.” It was white like coriander seed, and its taste was like that of flat cakes with honey.
Then Moses said: “This is what Jehovah has commanded, ‘Fill an omer measure of it as something to be kept throughout your generations, so that they may see the bread that I gave you to eat in the wilderness when I was bringing you out of the land of Egypt.’”
So Moses said to Aaron: “Take a jar and put in it an omer measure of manna and deposit it before Jehovah as something to be kept throughout your generations.” -Exodus 16:31-33
Today’s printable is a great ongoing family worship activity for adults and children based off the scripture above at Exodus 16:31-33. The idea is to create your own personal Manna jar just the way the Israelites were told to do as a reminder of all the good things Jehovah has done for you and your family.
Every time you feel thankful to Jehovah for something, write down the date and a quick note describing what that particular thing was and add it to your “manna jar.” This is a great activity in thankfulness for children and a wonderful opportunity for adults to have a physical jar of good things to look back on when things feel hard.
This little kit comes with some manna bread, a basket, an instruction sheet you can slip inside of a photo frame and a label for the jar you’ll use to place your manna bread inside. This kit has two versions: one for families and one for single individuals so all can enjoy this fun activity.
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Please use this free kit for personal use only!