In Numbers 13–14, Moses’s twelve spies in the Promised Land all saw the same things–the land was flowing with milk and honey, but there were giants in the land and heavily fortified cities. Ten of the spies saw themselves as grasshoppers and spread a negative report among the two million Israelites that they could never conquer the land. Joshua and Caleb, however, brought a good message that they should go in and take the land at once. Both Joshua and Caleb saw victoriously, and they declared, “Do not be afraid of the people of the land because we will devour them. Their protection is gone, for the Lord is with us.” When you see victoriously, the negative report around you will never see the light of the day. For Joshua and Caleb, the victory came. Despite forty years of wilderness wandering, God gave Joshua and Caleb a second chance because they were of “a different spirit.” One version says, “An excellent spirit.” I see it as seeing victoriously! Because they had the proper perspective of who God is, they survived and thrived in the wilderness. Forty years later, Caleb said, “Listen, I’m stronger and more determined than ever to take this land. Bring on the giants.” When Joshua and Caleb were about to lead the younger generation into the land, Joshua declared, “Choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve.” He was saying, “Every day, you choose your attitude. Every day you choose the way you see life. Now choose how you’re going to see your journey into today.” And he added, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua and Caleb chose to see beyond their circumstances, to quiet the discouraging voices that would come against them, and believe that God is a big God who would go before them and help them overcome every challenge. Your attitude has a direct correlation with your success. Someone with a good attitude sees solutions and feels they can tackle anything. How you see your life makes all the difference in the world! Start seeing uniquely and victorious to win spectacularly. That’s it!!!