Last Sunday, May 28 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, we continued in our Deuteronomy sermon series in chapter 33 covering two blessings for the tribes of Gad and Dan. These two blessings are the final two battle blessings, so we examined why it was unusual that Gad would fight. The tribe of Gad showed remarkable commitment for those who already have everything they need. Gad had already chosen the best land, and they were already settled in it. Yet the tribe of Gad chose to fight with their brothers and sisters in the other tribes. Our senior pastor encouraged us to see the United States as Gad: We should say to our brothers and sisters around the world, “Your battle is our battle.” We fight alongside our brothers and sisters around the world for the world. Listen to the whole sermon here.