"The eternal God is thy refuge"

A short time before the children of Israel crossed Jordan into the promised land, while they were resting near Mount Nebo, Moses, at the conclusion of his song of God's mercies and guidance, instructed them to obey "all the words of this law." Then in his last blessing of the twelve tribes were included the words, "The eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms."

This assurance of divine protection, made centuries ago, has been a source of comfort to many a world-weary searcher for a better and more spiritual concept of existence. It imparts a sense of peace and permanence, of God's boundless power and love for His children.

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