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We’re beginning a series where we’ll focus on stories from the book of Exodus to help us think about what it means to trust God, and to follow God into an unknown future. Between now and the end of June, we’ll find parallels between who we are and who the ancient Hebrew people were, who God was then and who God is now, and how we create faithful communities that follow God together.

This week we learn that it can be difficult to see the depth and care of God’s provision when we’re stuck, afraid, and unsure of what’s going to happen next. This shows up in this week's story from Exodus 16:2-15, when we hear about the peoples’ grumbling (and it will not be the last time we hear them grumbling). Even then, God provides not only the physical substance and the pattern for rest, but the leadership to explain what’s happening and call the people to follow

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