"OPEN THOU MINE EYES"

"Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law." So wrote the Psalmist centuries ago (Ps. 119:18). How many times has this petition been echoed by seekers for Truth! May not this have been the prayer of Moses on that lonely day long ago when, having led his flock across the desert, he came to the mountain of God?

There a burning bush on the mountainside appeared to his uplifted vision as the very presence of immortal substance, untouched and undestroyed by conflagration. And with Moses' recognition of the power and presence of God came the directive calling upon him to lead his fellow countrymen out of bondage.

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