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There’s a video that’s been making the rounds on social media lately of Shia Labeouf yelling various iterations of “just do it”, followed by the customary parody videos the internet is making. This episode of the podcast is not meant to join in on the meme, but in a similar way, what’s holding you back? JUST DO IT!
We talk about how the biggest reason a whole generation of Israel that left Egypt failed to enter the Promised Land because they basically talked themselves out of it.
Ten people were able to ruin it for over 2 million people. A whole generation of Israel that missed their purpose, and made God wait for the next one to be raised up.
Many believers already know there are various levels on which Israel rebelled against the Lord, and various specifics could be pointed to in the wilderness narratives as the cause of their spending 40 years there instead of inheriting their promised land immediately after leaving Egypt. However, it is interesting to note how seriously this incident affected their destiny.
It is worth taking serious consideration for our own lives since 1 Corinthians 10:6 says these things took place as examples for us, that we might not desire or crave evil as they did.
Give this a listen and ask yourself: who are you listening to? Whose opinion matters so much to you that, even though they mean well, you are listening to them instead of God and pursuing whatever He has put on your heart to pursue?
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