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If we're looking for home, we may first need to find it within ourselves.
For those facing the challenge of homelessness, there may seem to be no answer. Yet there is a source of help, and not just a theoretical one.
The Bible record tells us that after their release from bondage in Egypt, the children of Israel led by Moses wandered for forty years before they came to the Promised Land. In the long trek through the desert wilderness, they were guided and sustained by God. Step by step they progressed through dusty, desert land. Food was provided, and their clothing did not wear out. Under Moses' untiring leadership they were brought to a strong faith in God's presence and might, and through the one God their daily needs were met.
Christ Jesus, humanity's Way-shower and incomparable benefactor, gave the world powerful proof of God's care for every need. And yet he once remarked, "The foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests; but the Son of man hath not where to lay his head."
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Our strong foundation
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There is an urgency
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