Caleb stood there frustrated as he listened to the report.
Moses had selected him, along with 11 other men, to be a spy. Their mission? 1) To scout out the land they were to invade for 40 days, and 2) Bring back a report of what they observed.
But the report was not going so well.
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I think it is safe to say that Moses was one of the greatest leaders. Ever. This guy led one and a half million people through the wilderness for over 40 years. Yes, Moses made a lot of mistakes, but what he did took serious leadership skills.
That is why Numbers 12:3 is so shocking.
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Last year, I tried to read Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton.
I got 1/3 of the way through it and the book disappeared off my phone somehow. That’s how far I went with the book.
Although I do not remember much about the book itself, I do remember a specific section:
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