Contributed on Nov 27, 2012
The Jewish people take pride in being "Desert People." One of the main reasons is the dependence on God and identity they formed while in the desert. We all have desert experiences that create that dependence and a new identity in us. This lesson begins t
Contributed on Dec 4, 2012
The desert becomes a place of listening for those preparing to serve God. In the desert John would prepare the way for the Messiah (God). In our own deserts we must hear the voice of God in our preparation to serve him.
Contributed on Dec 31, 2012
The encounter that Moses had with God at the bush displays some key lessons to us. It shows the character of God; the place of his people; and the times inw hich we live.
Contributed on Jan 10, 2013
In our desert journey we need shade from time to time. The Broom Tree is an interesting symbol for the shade of God in the difficult journey.
Contributed on Jan 29, 2013
Life is more than just what we get (even more than just getting heaven). There is a place in our lives to do for others -- even others whom we will never meet in future generations.
Contributed on Feb 5, 2013
Trees in the desert display what they are. Some are deceptive, some are genuine. Likewise we can be bear good or bad fruit depending on our relationship with God.
Contributed on Feb 13, 2013
We become aware that our real strength (God) becomes apparent in our weakest times. The desert proves to be a friend to bring this about.