Out of the Wilderness

The wilderness can feel like a time of loneliness and doubt, however it can also be a time of quiet reflection and a time when false evidence is being replaced with spiritual evidence.

With the understanding that there is no time, it is simple to see that each day configures to each scene that Moses is associated with.

All in a moment, I can feel the demand to express God more fully, dismiss what I am familiar with, overcome loneliness, and experience a promised healing.

None of us want to be a slave to mortality, idolatry, self-deception, complaint, or dying.

The wilderness experience may be necessary to work our way out of the limited world, but sitting in the wilderness isn’t very spiritual. Infinite God demands, and supplies, progress and interaction and experiences of goodness.

 

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