"A WAY IN THE WILDERNESS"

Could there be anything more comforting and reassuring to one who has lost his way in a desolate wilderness than suddenly to find the way out by coming upon a familiar landmark or seeing a ray of light on a trail leading him to his destination? God's assurance (Isa. 43:19), "I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert," was clearly proven by Moses, Elijah, and Christ Jesus.

Moses spent forty years in the wilderness, guarding the sheep of his father-in-law, before he was fitted for his lifework. It was in the wilderness that Elijah received the angel's direction to arise and eat in order to have strength to proceed to Horeb, where God appeared to him. And in the wilderness Jesus' experience of rising above material suggestion strengthened him for his mission.

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