Let my teaching fall on you like rain,
and my speech settle like dew.
~ Deut. 32:2
Just sat here receiving His riches from this realm of Scripture when I was glorious reminded of His manna found in the morning. Remember how it would lay on a bed of dew. Did you know that it was also covered by dew as well, like being encased in a jewelry box? Numbers 11:9 tells us that dew covered the ground as a “bed” for the manna. Exodus 16:13-15 then reveals that a layer of dew covered the manna, and the manna only became visible after the sun melted the upper layer of dew.
What’s incredible is that this manna picture is replicated in the Ark of the Covenant! Hebraic history tells us that the Ark was actually three boxes. The middle box (and primary one here on earth) was made of acacia wood (symbolic of Yeshua). The larger box of gold was made, so the wooden box could be placed in it. This is the actual golden box which touches the earth (symbolic of Holy Spirit). Then there was a third smaller golden box made, which was placed inside the wooden one (symbolic of the Father). Thus, the main wooded box of the Ark of the Covenant was covered with gold inside and out, just as the bread that came out of heaven was covered inside and out with dew.
~ Robin Main (Inspired by the Holy Spirit & Brenda K. Williams)