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Faith to Fight: Caleb
The Twelve Spies
Number 13-14, Deut. 1:19-46
One of the Israelites' big problems was fear. They feared they would be left alone against the wilderness, against the Canaanites, against their own physical needs of hunger and thirst. God had provided all they needed. He had taken them through these difficulties to show them He would always care for them. But when it came time for God to give them what they wanted -- a place of their own, a land full of food, freedom as a nation -- they were too scared of the Canaanites to believe God would provide.Activity: Have students act out the lesson.
Activity: Have students compare the giants to God, listing each's strengths. Note that the Israelites were comparing the giants to themselves (grasshoppers) instead of to God.
Sing: I may never march in the infantry
Numbers 14:8 If the Lord delights in us, then He will bring us into this land and give it to us, a land which flows with milk and honey.True or False
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