Posted By on Apr 12, 2017

Geometry clearly demonstrates that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. The most direct path connecting two points on a line at a right angle form a hypotenuse. However, the meandering path of wandering in that desert wilderness for forty years experienced by the Hebrews in the Exodus is a far cry from the direct pathway of a hypotenuse.

What that tells me is that the wandering in the wilderness was more than just to get from point A to point B. It was not about plotting the most direct course…or finding the fastest route. For the all-knowing omnipotent God to plot such a convoluted meandering pathway through that desert, he must have had a different purpose in mind.

Listen to this video to discover what that purpose might be…