Humans ate the bread of the mighty ones, and God sent them plenty of food.
He made the east wind blow in the heavens and guided the south wind with his might.
He rained meat down on them like dust, birds like the sand on the seashore.
He made the birds fall in the middle of his camp, all around his dwelling place.
They ate more than enough. He gave them what they wanted,
but they still wanted more. While the food was still in their mouths,
the anger of God flared up against them. He killed their strongest men and slaughtered the best young men in Israel.
In spite of all this, they continued to sin, and they no longer believed in his miracles.
He brought their days to an end like a whisper in the wind. He brought their years to an end in terror.
When he killed [some of] them, [the rest] searched for him. They turned from their sins and eagerly looked for God.
They remembered that God was their rock, that the Most High was their defender.