SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:12 Y el maná cesó el día siguiente, desde que comenzaron a comer del fruto de la tierra; y los hijos de Israel nunca más tuvieron maná, sino que comieron de los frutos de la tierra de Canaán aquel año.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 5:12 Verse 12. And the manna ceased-after they had eaten of the old corn] This miraculous supply continued with them as long as they needed it.
While they were in the wilderness they required such a provision; nor could such a multitude, in such a place, be supported without a miracle.
Now they are got into the promised land, the anathematized inhabitants of which either fall or flee before them, they find an old stock, and they are brought in just at the commencement of the harvest; hence, as there is an ample provision made in the ordinary way of Providence, there is no longer any need of a miraculous supply; therefore the manna ceased which they had enjoyed for forty years. The circumstances in which it was first given, its continuance with them through all their peregrinations in the wilderness, its accompanying them over Jordan, and ceasing as soon as they got a supply in the ordinary way of Providence, all prove that it was a preternatural gift. "On the fourteenth of Nisan they sacrificed the paschal lamb: on the fifteenth, i.e., according to our calculation, the same day after sunset, they disposed themselves for eating it, and actually did eat it. On the morrow, the sixteenth, after having offered to God the homer, they began eating the corn of the country; and the seventeenth, the manna ceased to fall from heaven. What supports this calculation is, that the homer or sheaf was offered the sixteenth of Nisan, in broad daylight, though pretty late. Now the manna did not fall till night, or very early in the morning; so that it cannot be said to have ceased falling the same day that the Israelites began to eat of the produce of the country." -Dodd.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 12. And the manna ceased on the morrow after they had eaten of the old corn of the land , etc.] There being now no further need of it; miracles are not wrought or continued when unnecessary; for the ceasing of the manna shows, that it was not a common but an extraordinary provision.
The ceasing of the manna, which was a type of Christ, may signify the cessation of Gospel ordinances, in which Christ is held forth as food for his people. These are to continue till all the spiritual Israel of God have passed over the river Jordan, or death, even until the end of the world, and then to cease, ( Matthew 28:19,20) ( 1 Corinthians 11:26 Revelation 21:22,23); the eating of the old corn may signify the glories of the future state, the joys and happiness of the heavenly Canaan, prepared for those that love the Lord from the foundation of the world; it may denote those ancient things the saints will feed and live upon to all eternity; the eternal love of the three divine Persons, electing grace, the ancient settlements of grace, the everlasting covenant of grace, and the blessings of it; the glorious Mediator of it, that was set up from everlasting, and the grace given to them in him before the world began: neither had the children of Israel manna any more ; having no more need of it, as the saints in heaven will stand in no more need of Gospel ordinances: but they did eat of the fruit of the land of Canaan that year ; the increase of the land, not only of the fields, but of the vineyards and oliveyards, which they had neither sown nor planted, (see Deuteronomy 6:10,11); which may denote the plenty and variety of the joys of heaven, and glories of the future state; the various fruits which grow on Christ, the tree of life, brought forth every month, or continually; all which will be enjoyed through the free grace of God, without the works or merits of men.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-12 - A solemn passover was kept, at the time appointed by the law, in the plains of Jericho, in defiance of the Canaanites round about them. It was a performance of the promise, that when they went up to keep the feasts, their land should be under the special protection of the Divin providence, Ex 34:24. Notice is taken of the ceasing of the manna a soon as they had eaten the old corn of the land. For as it came jus when they needed, so it continued as long as they needed it. Thi teaches us not to expect supplies by miracles, when they may be had in a common way. The word and ordinances of God are spiritual manna, with which God nourishes his people in this wilderness. Though ofte forfeited, yet they are continued while we are here; but when we com to the heavenly Canaan, this manna will cease, for we shall no longe need it.
Original Hebrew וישׁבת 7673 המן 4478 ממחרת 4283 באכלם 398 מעבור 5669 הארץ 776 ולא 3808 היה 1961 עוד 5750 לבני 1121 ישׂראל 3478 מן 4478 ויאכלו 398 מתבואת 8393 ארץ 776 כנען 3667 בשׁנה 8141 ההיא׃ 1931