Matthew 4:12-23 or 4:12-17
It was winter of 1934. Admiral Richard E. Byrd had come to a bleak, icy shelf near the South Pole to obtain scientific data. But he also welcomed the opportunity to be by himself — to be on his own, physically and spiritually. He wanted to reflect on life, to think things out in perfect solitude. In his own words, he wanted “to sink roots into some replenishing philosophy.” He felt a deep need, a deep desire to believe. In other words, he was searching for God! One afternoon, he stood looking across the vast white expanse, feeling its immense power and admiring its awesome beauty. He listened to the stillness. He thought of the orderly movement of the planets in orbit. He thought of the everlasting movement of the constellations across the heavens. He thought of the rhythmic change of the seasons. He thought of all these things, and how they revealed a Master’s Design. And suddenly, as his whole being was engulfed with…
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