And how would they see the Kavod of Hashem in the morning?
Rashi and Rashbam: It means that Hashem would provide them with bread in the morning, with a shining countenance. 1
Ramban (citing also Targum Onkelos): Refer to 16:6:1:2.
Seforno: This was merely a continuation of the Tefilah in the previous Pasuk (Refer to 16:6:2:2) that they should see the completion of the fixing of meal-times 2 , by means of which they would discover that it was Hashem who took them out of Egypt and not Moshe and Aharon.
What did Moshe mean when he said (About himself and Aharon) "ve'Nachnu Mah"?
Rashi, Ramban and Targum Yonasan: "Of what significance are we". 1
How could Yisrael complain about them when everything that happens is orchestrated by Hashem and that they were totally incapable. This is the meaning of the word "Mah" - as in Tehilim, 8:5 and in Yeshayah, 2:22 (Ramban). This is the mark of Tzadikim, who negate themselves before Hashem, like Avraham, who declared "I am dust and ashes" (Vayera, Bereishis 18:27), and Moshe and Aharon, who declared "and what are we!" (Rashi, commenting on the Pasuk in Va'eschanan (Devarim 7:7) "for you are the smallest of all the nations".)