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Tuesday, 22 February 2011 09:15
Thanks the mentioning my name in this article about Moses and the US Presidents. Remember the first chapter of Deuteronomy that recalls the story of the spies sent out by Moses to investigate and report on the Promised Land? When they reach the Valley of Eshcol and saw a good land, they refused to further up and consequently rebelled against the command of God. Verse 1:38 records the report of the spies saying, “The people are stronger and taller than we are, the cities are large with walls up to the sky. We even saw the Anakites there!” Such was a sweeping report from those who have not even experience the subject matter of their investigation. When a man sees a giant (stronger and taller than we are) when there is none, they are actually afraid of nothing. When another sees all cities and walls up the sky, they are actually blocking all the opportunities and possibilities that awaits them. In short, men are mostly afraid to make things happen - afraid of the impending engagement or the challenges that lies between now and then. They are afraid of fear itself, FEAR being False Expectation Acting as Real. The antidote of fear is FAITH, which both Moses and Joshua have lot and in common. Cheers amigo! Bobby Sydney, Australia

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