"Wherefore criest thou unto me?"

Many inspiring lessons are to be learned from the story of Moses leading the children of Israel into the promised land, as given in the book of Exodus. The story, so helpful to the Christian Scientist in his journey heaven-ward, furnishes concrete proofs of the power of God to deliver one from the many obstacles to progress which material sense would place in the way.

In one of these related instances, the Israelites are found hemmed in between the Red Sea and the pursuing Egyptians. Human deliverance seemed impossible, but Moses cried out to God for help, and His answer to this cry rings down the centuries as one of the mightiest calls to action in history: "Wherefore criest thou unto me? speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward."

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