The Promised Land

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Joshua 5:6
" For the children of Israel walked forty years in the wilderness, till all the people that were men of war, which came out of Egypt, were consumed, because they obeyed not the voice of the LORD: unto whom the LORD sware that he would not shew them the land, which the LORD sware unto their fathers that he would give us, a land that floweth with milk and honey. "

Life can not be separated from the problem. When we
face the problem then we really are trained
by God to be a perfect human being. Problems will
make us grow up. Problems will make us
become more familiar with God and the problem has
period of time. But there are some people who have
problem but the problem is always the same and it is difficult to
finished. This is a question that must be
we said, why did it happen?

The people of Israel experienced severe problems when they
were in the wilderness. A hot wilderness and
dry. But God preserve Them with food
called manna. During the 40 years the people of Israel should
across the barren desert and dry to
to the land of Canaan (promised land)

But what do the people of Israel when they
were in the wilderness? Many of them who
grumble, part protest and wanted to return to
Egypt (the land of slavery). They often complain to
God. The result?
They go through the wilderness 40 years (
should be just less than 1 year) by way of
spin. Many of them who die in the desert.
And only the choosen person that it could enter the Land

If they do not protest and complain to the
God. If they continue to praise and glorify the name of
God, then they will be able to enter the promised land (
the land of Canaan)

So it is with us, if we're in trouble
(desert) we should not grumble -
grouse. Let us not protest to God.

But let us continue to praise and glorify the name of
God. keep hold the promise of God. Say with our mouth and tongue .because God are taking us to the promised land
(abundance). Our lives are enhanced by the Lord.
Because if we complain to God. So
the problem will never be finished and we will continue to
walking in a barren desert. Therefore
grateful to the problem encountered in our life.
And God will lead us to the promise of HIS