March 14, 2017 Numbers 14-16; Acts 11
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A Different, Wholehearted Spirit | Kim Chipman
S~ But because my servant Caleb has a different spirit and follows me wholeheartedly, I will bring him into the land he went to, and his descendants will inherit it. Numbers 14:24 (NIV)
O~ The Israelites were upset and complaining (again) to Moses and Aaron. Joshua and Caleb encouraged the people to continue on into the land – they had seen it and it was good. Instead of being encouraged, the people wanted to stone them. The Lord wanted to destroy them, but Moses was begging Him not to. The Lord agreed, but said they wouldn’t see the Promised Land…except for Caleb.
A~ What strikes me is Your response regarding Caleb…”he has a different spirit and follows me wholeheartedly”. Would You be able to say that about me? I’m not certain You would. Not thinking in a comparing myself to others sort of way…but is my heart pure and different, in wholehearted pursuit of You?
We both know I have some tweaking to do.
P~ Lord, help me to see the places in my heart that need to be adjusted to follow You wholeheartedly. Help me to choose You even if/when no one around me does. Just like Caleb. Thank You for Your Word and people that I can see as examples. I love You!
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