Caleb was one of the 12 spies. He was no superman; rather, he was a man like you and me. He saw the challenge that the fortified city and its inhabitants presented, but he did something differently from the other spies.
If you were asked: The Triumphal Entry (the first Palm Sunday) was it a day of sorrow or joy? Usually, people raise their hands and quickly respond “a day of joy” and may be that would be your response too, however, with deeper thoughts on the Word of God, perhaps your perception may change.
We have to be radical against the attacks of evil. The quicker we cut them off, the easier it will be to overcome them. When the devil tried to contaminate the Lord Jesus through Peter, He did not worry about His friendship with Peter, but immediately and strongly rejected that sneak-attack. “Get behind Me, Satan! For you are not mindful of the things of God, but the things of men” (Mark 8:33).