In the unhurried solitude of his enforced isolation, he had abundant time to cultivate intimacy with God. Up until his desert experience, Moses had been an activist. Now he had to master a lesson very difficult to an activist – that being is more important than doing.” (1)
This lesson is vital to a spiritually strong constitution that can handle adversity and testing circumstances. Let’s not short-circuit the lessons only learned in the desert with God that will prepare you for effective leadership.
(1) J. Oswald Sanders, Enjoying Intimacy with God, Discovery House, 2000, page 108-109.