Few there must be in the Christian world who have not studied at some time or other the Scriptural account of the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness, and it is cause for gratitude that we are able, through the discovery of the Science of Christ by Mary Baker Eddy, to realize the great importance of this experience and the lesson which it holds for mankind. The word "wilderness" generally indicates a waste and dreary place, devoid of cultivation.
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