THIS WEEK, WE'LL TALK ABOUT . . .
. . .Expectations of Christians and wilderness experiences.
Once again we find ourselves with John the Baptist and his disciples in the wilderness, near the Jordan River, north of the Dead Sea. It is a bleak part of the world, yet Israel remembered Moses and the Hebrews wandering in the wilderness for forty years, so they believed that God did some of his best work in the wilderness. I would add that continues to be true today. If you will pursue God in the wilderness experiences of your life, you will be amazed at the profound meaning that you discover, but now I'm getting ahead of myself.