A Table in the Wilderness

In every corner of the world lips are earnestly repeating the words Christ Jesus used when he taught us to pray, "Give us this day our daily bread."

Today this prayer has a new and urgent significance. Daily bread, which normally appeared on the tables of most men, poor and rich alike, is now a commodity in very short supply. This problem of food shortage concerns us all, for we are, as Paul said (Eph. 4:25), "members one of another." The world has been slow to learn that "whether one member suffer, all the members suffer with it" (I Cor. 12:26).

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