A promise never dies. God keeps His promises. Whether it lives or dies in us is determined by us. If we view the promise based on what God can do, the promise lives. However, if we view it from what we can do, the promise most certainly will die. Joshua and Caleb understood the value of relying on God’s promises and knowing it wasn’t about what they could do. It was about what God could do.
Bishop Hargrove examines why following the crowd (instead of God) can be detrimental to receiving blessings God has in store for us.
By Bishop D. G. Hargrove
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