God's Answers To Seven Discouraging Observations (Exodus 23:27-33)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, February 17, 2013
Part of the Individual Sermon series, preached at a Sermon service

If you need encouragement for the troubled times we are facing in the 21rst century, listen to this sermon. It looks at the seven discouraging observations made by the ten spies about the land of Canaan, but it looks at those accurate observations through the eyes of Joshua and Caleb. We live in similar times that are perilous, but it is critical that we not destroy the church's faith like the ten spies did. This sermon avoids the Pollyanna Christianity with its false optimism but it also avoids being so preoccupied with the dark side that we forget God's promises of victory. The focus of this sermon is on the faith building responses that God gave to the ten spies' seven observations.

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