What stood out about the ANZACs was the courage they showed, the conviction to press on in the most difficult of circumstances and the willingness to follow their orders even at the risk of death. In our text, there are two types of spies. Ten were bad and two were good. The overwhelming odds that these spies faced was balanced out by the Promises of God. That is the case for us as believers. That is the case for us today. We choose though what kind of Christian we are: those who wholly follow the Lord and those who don’t.
As we start the week off for YaYA Camp, we will consider Caleb and Joshua and by grace emulate their courage to wholly follow the Lord in the face of overwhelming odds.
Sermon starts at 40:23