HONEY OR GIANTS?

That was the topic of debate after the Israelites had looked out into the land of Canaan, at the request of their leader Moses. They'd gone to survey the country and report back. Some saw a country that flowed "with milk and honey." Others could only see a threatening population of giants that made them feel the size of grasshoppers. Caleb was of the former opinion—he wasn't worried about the imposing natives that made his comrades shake in their shoes. Speaking of the experience later on, after the Israelites had successfully occupied Canaan, he summed it up: "My brethren that went up with me made the heart of the people melt: but I wholly followed the Lord my God" (Josh. 14:8 ).

With 2010 about to roll into 2011, this Sentinel issue borrows a page from Caleb's approach—and examines the power of relying on God and making a spiritual assessment of what lies ahead.

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