I know we can do it!

by | Aug 16, 2019

I know we can do it!
“Caleb calmed down the crowd and said, “Let’s go and take the land. I know we can do it!” Numbers 13:30(CEV)
Caleb was solidly confident that what God has said is possible but also doable.
What is it that God has said to you?
Are you seeing the giants and getting afraid?
Do you see yourself as a mere grasshopper?
When you stand and consistently look at God’s Word, you can say:
“I know we can do it.”
“We certainly can do it.”
“But the men who had gone with him said, “We can’t attack those people; they are stronger than we are.”  And those men gave the Israelites a bad report about the land they explored, saying, “The land that we explored is too large to conquer. All the people we saw are very tall. We felt like grasshoppers, and we looked like grasshoppers to them.” Numbers 13:31-33(NCV)
The majorities were afraid, spoke, confessed, and acted negatively.
The Minority (Joshua and Caleb) believed, acted, and obeyed the Word.
Where are you standing today?
Believe what God has said concerning you.
Act in Faith not doubting.
“Then Caleb told the people near Moses to be quiet, and he said, “We should certainly go up and take the land for ourselves. We can certainly do it.” Numbers 13:30 (NCV)
You can certainly do it. 

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