Wilderness

Wilderness

 
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  • Early the next morning Jesus went out into the wilderness. The crowds searched everywhere for him, and when they finally found him, they begged him not to leave them. - Luke 4:42


  • But Jesus often withdrew to the wilderness for prayer. - Luke 5:16


  • After they left, Jesus talked to the crowd about John. "Who is this man in the wilderness that you went out to see? Did you find him weak as a reed, moved by every breath of wind? - Luke 7:24


  • Or were you expecting to see a man dressed in expensive clothes? No, people who wear beautiful clothes and live in luxury are found in palaces, not in the wilderness. - Luke 7:25


  • For Jesus had already commanded the evil spirit to come out of him. This spirit had often taken control of the man. Even when he was shackled with chains, he simply broke them and rushed out into the wilderness, completely under the demon's power. - Luke 8:29


  • "If you had one hundred sheep, and one of them strayed away and was lost in the wilderness, wouldn't you leave the ninety-nine others to go and search for the lost one until you found it? - Luke 15:4


  • John replied in the words of Isaiah: "I am a voice shouting in the wilderness, `Prepare a straight pathway for the Lord's coming!' "*6 - John 1:23


  • And as Moses lifted up the bronze snake on a pole in the wilderness, so I, the Son of Man, must be lifted up on a pole,*5 - John 3:14


  • After all, our ancestors ate manna while they journeyed through the wilderness! As the Scriptures say, `Moses gave them bread from heaven to eat.'* "4 - John 6:31


  • Your ancestors ate manna in the wilderness, but they all died. - John 6:49


  • As a result, Jesus stopped his public ministry among the people and left Jerusalem. He went to a place near the wilderness, to the village of Ephraim, and stayed there with his disciples. - John 11:54


  • And by means of many miraculous signs and wonders, he led them out of Egypt, through the Red Sea, and back and forth through the wilderness for forty years. - Acts 7:36


  • Moses was with the assembly of God's people in the wilderness. He was the mediator between the people of Israel and the angel who gave him life-giving words on Mount Sinai to pass on to us. - Acts 7:38


  • Then God turned away from them and gave them up to serve the sun, moon, and stars as their gods! In the book of the prophets it is written, `Was it to me you were bringing sacrifices during those forty years in the wilderness, Israel?5 - Acts 7:42


  • "Our ancestors carried the Tabernacle* with them through the wilderness. It was constructed in exact accordance with the plan shown to Moses by God.7 - Acts 7:44


  • He put up with them* through forty years of wandering around in the wilderness.4 - Acts 13:18


  • I don't want you to forget, dear brothers and sisters,* what happened to our ancestors in the wilderness long ago. God guided all of them by sending a cloud that moved along ahead of them, and he brought them all safely through the waters of the sea on dry ground.1 - 1 Corinthians 10:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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