Month: September 2016

Waiting For God

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Joshua 16-20 might possibly be some of the most boring chapters of the Bible to read. While these chapters are super boring to read and study, the events they cover were probably one of the most exciting times in the history of Israel.

We should never discount any passage of the Bible as being useless and we can still learn something from these chapters.

This week we’re going to learn how God kept His promises to Israel and specifically to Abraham. Let’s start by jumping back a few books to Genesis 12, where we come across Abraham’s first encounter with God.

In Genesis 12, God approaches Abraham, who is called Abram at the time, and tells him to leave his country. He promises to make his descendants into a great nation and in Verse 7, God promises the land of the Canaanites to Abraham’s descendants.

Moving forward a few chapters to Genesis 15, we see God making a covenant with Abraham, promising in Verse 18 to give all the land of the Canaanites to Abraham’s descendants once again. One more chapter ahead in Genesis 17:8, God tells Abraham, “And I will give to you and to your offspring after you the land of your sojournings, all the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession, and I will be their God.”

Obviously God is serious about this promise of giving the Israelites the land of Canaan. He promised it to Abraham 3 times!

You might be wondering how in the world this has anything to do with this week’s reading. The answer is that these 5 chapters we read this week show the final fulfillment of God’s promises about the land of Canaan to Abraham.

God just completed what He had promised to Abraham almost 500 years earlier!

500 years seems like a long time to wait, but ultimately God remained faithful to His promise to Abraham so many years before.

Have you ever waited for what seems like an eternity for an answer to prayer?

Have you ever felt like we’ve been waiting for way too long for the fulfillment of the promise that Jesus will return again someday?

When it seems like you’ve been waiting for way too long for an answer from God, or that He needs to come back sooner, you have to remember that God’s timing is best. It’s always better to wait on God and His timing then to try and rush things in your own timing.

When we get anxious and impatient with God, we are telling God that we know better than Him! That’s a pretty bold thing to say to the face of an all-powerful, all-knowing God who has laid everything out in your life from beginning to end before you even were born!

Charles Swindoll reminds us in his book titled Abraham: One Nomad’s Amazing Journey of Faith,

“We don’t like waiting, but that’s when God does some of the best work on our souls. When I’m forced to wait on God’s timing, I change. Sometimes I discover that my request was selfish-not part of God’s agenda at all. Other times I find that my level of maturity could not yet bear the blessings God wanted me to enjoy; I had to grow up so I could handle it well. Very often, my circumstances needed to change, or the blessings would have become a burden.”

As believers, when it seems like we’ve been waiting way too long and we start to get a little antsy, we need to trust God and lean on Him.

Trust that God always answers prayers, even if His answer isn’t always what you want it to be.

Trust that He always fulfills His promises and that He knows what is best for your life.

Take comfort that all the waiting you’re doing is for your benefit and in the end it will turn out better than you ever imagined, and know that in your waiting, God is growing you spiritually in a very deep way.

Johnathan

Let’s talk in the comments below:

What are you waiting on God for in your own life today?

How has God changed you by making you wait for something?

 

 

Good Morning Guys Resources {Joshua 16-20}

Good Morning Guys Resources Joshua 16-20

 

Welcome to Week 4 of our study through the book of Joshua!   I’m so glad you’re studying along with us.

If you’re new, feel free to jump right in and follow along. Everything you need for this week is below, including this week’s Bible Reading Plan, Reflection Questions, and Verses of the Day.   Don’t forget to check back on Friday for my weekly blog post.

Here’s This Week’s Bible Reading Plan

Monday -Joshua 16

Tuesday – Joshua 17

Wednesday – Joshua 18

Thursday – Joshua 19

Friday – Joshua 20

The Reflection Questions for the Week

{These questions are included inside the journal .  If you do not have the journal, I encourage you to reflect on these questions and answer them in your notebook.}

Chapter 16

Even though the Ephraim tribe received their land, they still did not fulfill God’s command and instead kept the Canaanites as slaves.

Is there something you are holding onto, even though God has delivered you out of a bad situation? Today, let’s deal with it and let go of it.

Chapter 17

Joshua has to remind the people of Manasseh that they have great power. They had forgotten all that God had already delivered them from.

Who is someone that is your Joshua, the person who reminds you that you are strong because you are a child of God?

Chapter 18

The people had become comfortable with their current condition so they were not doing anything to claim what was theirs.

Do you find yourself too comfortable to fulfill the plans that God has for you? How can you work towards fixing that today?

Chapter 19

After all the land was given out, Joshua received his reward.

As a leader, he didn’t seek to get the first cut of the land. He waited and he was rewarded with a city. What does this teach you?

Chapter 20

God appointed a place of refuge for those who killed a man without intent. This was his hiding place, from the avenger.

How does this remind you of Jesus and how He cares for us?

 

The Verses of the Day

Monday:

Joshua 16:10: However, they did not drive out the Canaanites.

Tuesday:

Joshua 17:17: Then Joshua said to the house of Joseph, to Ephraim and Manasseh, “You are a numerous people and have great power.”

Wednesday:

Joshua 18:3: So Joshua said to the people of Israel, “How long will you put off going in to take possession of the land?”

Thursday:

Joshua 19:50: By command of the Lord they gave Joshua the city that he asked for.

Friday:

Joshua 20:9: Anyone who killed a person without intent could flee there, so that he might not die by the hand of the avenger of blood, till he stood before the congregation.

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I’ll see you back here this Friday as we wrap-up our week of Bible Study.

Johnathan

Staying Faithful To God’s Commands

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Have you ever heard of an 85 year old with the same strength as a 40 year old?

That’s basically unheard of today, but in this week’s Bible study, we see a very faithful man who was 85 years old, and was as strong and capable as a 40 year old.

Open your Bibles to Joshua 14:6-15, where we meet a very special man named Caleb.

In Verses 6-9, we learn Caleb’s back story. You have probably heard the story of the 12 spies that Moses sent into the Promised Land in Numbers Chapter 13. The spies checked out the land and the cities, and while they were doing that, they saw the people living in the Promised Land.

The 10 spies were not trusting God, and they came back and told all the people that they would never win against the giants and warriors they saw in the Promised Land. Only 2 of the spies were obedient and trusted God and tried to convince the people they could win.

Guess who they were?
It was Joshua, the new leader of Israel, and Caleb, the man we find here in our study.

Instead of listening to Joshua and Caleb and trusting God like they should have, the people were afraid and angry that God had rescued them from  Egypt. They wanted to go back and be slaves in Egypt again!

God was so upset with the Israelites for not trusting Him that He made them wander around in the desert for 40 years until this disobedient generation had died and a new one had taken their place. But one person remained living from that generation, and that was Caleb.

Because he had been obedient to God, God made Caleb live much longer than anyone else.

Caleb tells us in Verse 10, “..The Lord has kept me alive, just as He said, these 45 years since the time that the Lord spoke this word to Moses……I am this day 85 years old.

He even says in Verse 11, that he is as strong at 85 as he was back when he was 40. Because Caleb was faithful to God and His commands, God blessed Caleb and was faithful to him!

In our study this week, we see that Caleb believed God’s promises, but that’s not all he did.

He took action, and he was obedient.

In Numbers 13:30, we see Caleb trying to convince the people to listen to God.

In Joshua 14:12, we see Caleb trusting God and taking action to drive the Canaanites out of the land God had given him. Caleb didn’t just believe what God said, he told others about it and took action in obedience to God.

Our lives should look exactly the same way.

Sometimes it is very difficult to be faithful to God’s commands. We are tempted to disobey because we are sinners, and on top of that, we have people looking down on us and laughing at us for obeying God all the time.

However, it is impossible to be a Christian and not obey God.

Everyone sins, and being a Christian does not mean you will never sin, but your life should be headed in a general direction of obedience and growth in Christ.

It’s not about perfection, it’s about direction, as my pastor often says.

The direction of our lives should be growing in obedience to God.

We can’t just say we believe in Jesus and think that’s enough.

Look up James 2:14-26, and read it. These verses tell us clear as day, that faith without works doesn’t save us.

We are not saved by our works, and we are not saved by faith and works combined. We are saved only by faith, but if our faith is real and true, we will naturally have works and obedience to back it up.

That is what James is trying to say in James 2:14-26, and that is what we see in the example of Caleb. We are saved by faith alone, but true faith will produce obedience in us.

As young Christian men, it’s time to stand up and obey God no matter what the cost. If we truly have faith, we will obey God and tell others about Him no matter what anyone else thinks of us. As Christians, we need to be working towards better and better obedience to God because of our faith in Him.

It’s your job as a young man to be a leader in your obedience, and to tell others about your faith in God just like Caleb did here in Joshua 14:6-15.

Johnathan

Let’s talk in the comments below:

How is God calling you to be obedient to Him today?

What are some areas of your life where you could be more obedient to God?

What have you learned in this week’s study of Joshua 11-15?

 

Good Morning Guys Resources {Joshua 11-15}

Good Morning Guys Resources Joshua 11-15

Welcome to Week 3 of our study through the book of Joshua! I’m so glad you’re studying along with us. If you’re new, feel free to jump right in and follow along. Everything you need for this week is below, including this week’s Bible Reading Plan, Reflection Questions, and Verses of the Day. Don’t forget to check back on Friday for my weekly blog post.

Here’s This Week’s Bible Reading Plan

Monday -Joshua 11

Tuesday – Joshua 12

Wednesday – Joshua 13

Thursday – Joshua 14

Friday – Joshua 15

The Reflection Questions for the Week

{These questions are included inside the journal .  If you do not have the journal, I encourage you to reflect on these questions and answer them in your notebook.}

Chapter 11

After a long battle, there was peace for a season.

Sometimes our journey may be long but at the end, there is always peace when we put God first. How does this bring you comfort in your current season of life?

Chapter 12

Today we revisited all the kings that God helped Moses and Joshua defeat.

God has helped us defeat many things in our lives. What is one thing God has helped you defeat?

Chapter 13

Though they still did not have the land, Joshua had to show faith that they would by dividing out the unconquered land to the appropriate tribes.

Name a time that God has had you step out in blind faith. How did it turn out?

Chapter 14

Caleb was given Hebron because he believed and trusted God fully even when others doubted.

How does this remind you of your own Christian journey?

Chapter 15

Achsah had a boldness about her just like her father. She wasn’t afraid to ask Caleb for what she and her husband needed.

Is there something that you need and yet you haven’t asked another person or God for it? Do it today.

The Verses of the Day

Monday: Joshua 11:6

And the Lord said to Joshua, “Do not be afraid of them, for tomorrow at this time I will give over all of them.”

Tuesday: Joshua 12:7, 24

And these are the kings of the land whom Joshua and the people of Israel defeated…in all, thirty-one kings.

Wednesday: Joshua 13:1

The Lord said to Joshua, “You are old and advanced in years, and there remains yet very much land to possess.”

Thursday: Joshua 14:8

Caleb said: “My brothers who went up with me made the heart of the people melt; yet I wholly followed the Lord my God.”

Friday: Joshua 15:19

She said to him, “Give me a blessing.”

 

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I’ll see you back here this Friday as we wrap-up our week of Bible Study.

Johnathan

When the Sun Stood Still

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Have you ever wished that a day could last forever, that night would never come and you would never have to go to bed?

Did you know that during the summertime in the Arctic Circle there are some days that the sun never sets?

That’s right, the sun never sets and nighttime never comes for a whole day sometimes! Sadly, most of us don’t live anywhere near the Arctic, and this will never happen for us. But God did this for Israel in their time of need in our amazing story in this week’s devotional.

This week we looked at Joshua 10:8-14.

In Joshua 10:1-7, five kings and their armies are preparing to fight a city called Gibeon.  Gibeon made an alliance with Israel in Chapter 9, so they called Israel for help battling these 5 armies.

Joshua came up to help the people of Gideon out, and also to conquer these armies so that it would be easier to keep conquering the Promised Land as they destroyed more and more cities. In Verse 8 of Chapter 10, God tells Joshua and all Israel, “Do not fear them, for I have given them into your hands.”

God promised to Joshua that they will win the battle because God is fighting for Israel.

What an advantage Israel has, having God on their side!

Once the battle starts, God throws the other armies into a panic, and they run away from Israel. As they are running, God sends huge hailstones down from the sky, killing even more men from that army than Israel did in battle!

You might think that is crazy, but it gets even crazier in Verses 12-13, where Joshua asks God to stop the sun from setting, and God answers his prayer, stopping the sun from setting for a whole day so Israel could conquer their enemies.

Verse 14 sums it up best when it says, “The Lord fought for Israel.”

What a great story of God helping His people defeat their enemy. But how does this relate to us today?

The answer comes in Luke 23.

In Luke 23 we see the story of the crucifixion of Jesus. Just like the sun didn’t set when it was supposed to in Joshua 10:12-13, the sun does set when it is not supposed to in Luke 23:44-45.

The moment Jesus died, the sun stopped shining in the middle of the day, and according to Matthew 27:51-53, there was also a huge earthquake, and many dead people came back to life. Just like the sun staying up and not setting gave the army of Israel victory in Joshua, the sun setting in the middle of the day in Luke 23 happened at a moment when Jesus’s death gave us the greatest victory of all.

Luke 23 tells the most powerful, important story of the whole entire Bible.

The death of Jesus in our place shows us God’s perfect love and gives us victory over our sin and a new life in Christ.

If you’ve accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior, you can be rest assured that God will give you victory over your greatest enemy, sin.

Just confess your sin to him.

The Bible says in 1 John 1:9 that, “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us of all unrighteousness.”

God will give you victory over the sin in your life if you are a believer, all you have to do is confess and ask for His help.

But if you’ve never accepted Jesus’s salvation for you on the cross, you will never have victory over your sin or be able to get into heaven. Instead, you will be a slave to your sin and end up in hell forever after you die.

You must first believe that Jesus died for you and rose again, and that He is the Son of God. Then you must recognize that you have sinned against God, and repent of that sin, asking for God’s forgiveness and giving control of your life to Jesus, determining to live your life for God with His help.

Once you have done this, you will be able to have victory over your sin!

What a comfort it is to know that the Lord loves us and wants to give us victory in our lives!

We can be rest assured that if we just ask Him, God will give us the strength to resist temptation and be victorious over our greatest enemy, sin.

Johnathan

Let’s talk in the comments below:

How has God given you victory over sin recently?

What have you learned this week in your study of Joshua 6-10?

 

Good Morning Guys Resources {Joshua 6-10}

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Welcome back to the Good Morning Guys Study through Joshua! I’m so glad you’re here and have completed a whole week. If you’re new, feel free to jump right in and follow along. Everything you need for this week is below, including this week’s Bible Reading Plan, Reflection Questions, and Verses of the Day. Don’t forget to check back on Friday for my weekly blog post.

Here’s This Week’s Bible Reading Plan

Monday – Chapter 6

Tuesday – Chapter 7

Wednesday – Chapter 8

Thursday – Chapter 9

Friday – Chapter 10

The Reflection Questions for the Week

{These questions are included inside the journal .  If you do not have the journal, I encourage you to reflect on these questions and answer them in your notebook.}

Chapter 6

God gave Israel victory over a highly fortified city in the most unusual way.

Is there something in your life that seems too difficult to overcome on your own? Perhaps it’s time to give the battle to the Lord. Write a prayer today asking God to help you have victory.

Chapter 7

Joshua is confused as to why God allowed them to be defeated until he is shown that Achan had sinned against God.

Are there things in your own life that are holding you back from all of God’s possible blessings?

Chapter 8

Once the transgression of Achan had been dealt with, God was ready to provide them with a victory.

Name a time, when once you confessed your sin and dealt with the issue, you felt God working in your favor.

Chapter 9

Despite the fact, that they were lied to, the Israelites still honored their vow of peace.

How does this provide us with a reminder about our own dealings with others?

Chapter 10

Joshua prayed a bold prayer of faith. He called out to the Lord, in the sight of Israel, and asked God to make the sun stand still and He did.

Is there something you have been praying for that you that you have given up on? Pray a bold prayer of faith today. Watch and see what God does.

The Verses of the Day

Joshua 6:18

Keep yourselves from the things devoted to destruction.

Joshua 7:12

I will be with you no more, unless you destroy the devoted things from among you.

Joshua 8:1

Do not fear and do not be dismayed.

Joshua 9:14

So the men took some of their provisions, but did not ask counsel from the Lord.

Joshua 10:13

And the sun stood still, and the moon stopped, until the nation took vengeance on their enemies.

 

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I’ll see you back here this Friday as we wrap-up our week of Bible Study.

Johnathan

How To Be Strong and Courageous

 

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As young men, we are created by God with a built-in desire to be a leader, and to be both strong and courageous.

God commands every Christian to be strong and courageous.

You might be wondering how someone as young as you could do this. Today we’ll find the answer in Joshua 1:2-9, where God tells Joshua exactly what he needs to do to be both strong and courageous.

Our study starts in Verse 2 of Chapter 1, where we learn Joshua’s mission from God that requires his strength and courage.

Joshua is the new leader of Israel now that Moses has died, and he has to lead the whole country into the Promised Land. To make things even harder, Joshua will have to lead Israel in many battles against the people already living in the Promised Land.

If that doesn’t sound like it requires a lot of strength and courage, I don’t know what does. Obviously God thinks so, because he commands Joshua three times in Verses 6-9 to be “Strong and courageous.”

You might be wondering why you need to have strength and courage. I mean, obviously you aren’t leading whole nations into battle, so how does reading this scripture help or apply to you?

Well, the answer is that living for God every day requires a lot of strength and courage, since we are always going to be tempted to disobey God, and since most people around us will look down on us, laugh at us, or even persecute us as Christians.  Persevering through that, requires a lot of strength and courage.

So how do we, as young men, get this strength and courage?

Where does it come from?

We’ll see the answer, and what you can do every day to continue having the strength and courage to obey God, in Verses 6-9.

God gives Joshua three commands to help him out in Verses 6-9.

Let’s take a look at them:

  • In Verse 7, God tells Joshua to obey His law, and not to turn away from it even a little bit. God promises to bless Joshua if he does this.

    We need to learn to do the same thing, trusting God that obeying Him is best for us, and that He will bless us for it. This does not mean God will give us lots of money or fame, but it does mean that He will bring lots of joy, peace, and spiritual blessings into your life. These blessings are far better than any material blessing we could get.

  • In Verse 8, God tells Joshua to think about His law all the time.

    God once again promises to bless Joshua if he does this. We can learn from this that we need to be reading and thinking about God’s word as much as we can. It’s impossible to obey God if we don’t know what He wants us to do. When we read the Bible, we find out how to obey God best. When we obey God, we will get many spiritual blessings like we talked about earlier.
  • In Verse 9, God tells Joshua to trust Him and not be afraid, because God is always with Him.

    We can learn from this that we can trust God all the time, no matter what. When things are hard and life is tough, you can trust that God will get you through. God always has our best interest in mind, and even when it’s hard to obey God, we can trust that in the end, what God tells us to do is best for us. When you are tempted to do something you know is wrong, trust that obeying God is so much better in the end for you.

So there are 3 things to remember if you want to be a strong, courageous man of God:

1. Read the Bible

2. Obey the Bible

3. Trust God that what He says to do is best, and that He’ll help you through the tough times in life.

If you follow these 3 guidelines, and stay committed, you will be well on your way to being strong and courageous!

Johnathan

Let’s Talk in the Comments Below:

What are you facing today that requires courage?

How is God speaking to you through your study of Joshua 1-5?

 

It’s Time to Begin the Book of Joshua {Intro and Resources for Joshua 1-5}

Joshua 1-5 Resources

Welcome!

Today we begin our study in the book of Joshua.  If you don’t have your optional Journal yet, I want to encourage you to pull out a notebook and use it to write out your thoughts and reflections on this week’s study.

Inside the journal it teaches you how to use the SOAK method to study the Bible.  This is how the method works:

  • S – The S stands for Scripture – Read the chapter for the day.   Then choose 1-2 verses and write them out word for word. (There is no right or wrong choice – just let the Holy Spirit guide you.)
  • O – The O stands for Observation – Look at the verse or verses you wrote out. Write 1 or 2 observations. What stands out to you? What do you learn about the character of God from these verses? Is there a promise, command or teaching?
  • A – The A stands for Application – Personalize the verses. What is God saying to you?   How can you apply them to your life?   Are there any changes you need to make or an action to take?
  • K – The K stands for Kneeling in Prayer – Pause, kneel and pray. Confess any sin God has revealed to you today. Praise God for His word. Pray the passage over your own life or someone you love. Ask God to help you live out your applications.

The goal is to SOAK God’s word into your heart everyday and let it transform your life, renew your mind and create a deeper intimacy with God.

Let’s take a look at the book of the Bible we are about to study.

The Book of Joshua Overview

This book is broken into two main parts. The first is a narrative of events surrounding the conquest of Canaan. The second part is the assignment and settlement of the land. It concludes with Joshua’s farewell speech.

Joshua was committed to obeying God and obedience is a central theme of the book. It is the central theme of Joshua’s life and his final charge (Joshua 24:15).

As we read the book of Joshua, lets make a commitment – a commitment to obey the Words of the Lord. Let’s commit to follow where He leads, and be the kind of leader that brings others into His Kingdom.

Purpose: To give the history of Israel’s conquest of the Promised Land.

Author: It is assumed Joshua wrote this entire book, except for the end. Commentaries say, that the high priest, who was an eyewitness of these events might, have written the ending.

Time Period: The precise time is not clear. An estimate is 1050 BC

Key Verse: Joshua 1:9

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

Outline:

  1. Entering the Promise Land (1:1-5:12) – Joshua demonstrated his faith in God as he took up the challenge to lead the nation. Israel re-confirms their commitment to God and their obedience as they cross over the Jordan. For us, we need to cross from our old life, to our new life in Jesus Christ. We need to put off our old selfish desires and possess all God has planned for us. This will require us to conquer some strongholds in our life, just as Israel conquered the nations that were in the Promised Land. We need courage to live this life of faith.

2. Conquering the Promised Land (5:13-12:24) – Joshua and his army moved from city to city conquering the land and destroying evil. We too need to conquer the evil and strongholds in our lives.

  1. Dividing the Promised Land (13:1-24:33) – Joshua pleads with Israel to worship God alone and to follow the example that Joshua has left. They have seen the mighty hand of God at work but they were prone to wandering. We have seen God work in our lives, yet our hearts still wander. We must renew our commitment to love and obey Him above all else.

Themes:

Faith: The children of Israel demonstrated their faith in God daily to save and guide them. They looked at how God had been faithful in the past to help them stay focused in the present. We can have strength to follow God as we remember His promises. Faith starts with believing He can be trusted.

Leadership: Joshua is a clear picture of Jesus Christ. He is also an example of an excellent leader. He was confident in the Lord and obeyed His voice. To be a strong leader, we must be ready to listen and obey. Strong leaders are good followers of God.

Conquest: God commanded his people to conquer Canaan. This was to be a fulfillment of the promise that God made to Abraham. They were to do it completely but they never finished the task. We too need to be willing to conquer sin and evil in our lives, and continue to work at it until the job is finished.

Here’s This Week’s Bible Reading Plan

Monday – Joshua 1

Tuesday – Joshua 2

Wednesday – Joshua 3

Thursday – Joshua 4

Friday – Joshua 5

The Reflection Questions for the Week

{These questions are included inside the journal .  If you do not have the journal, I encourage you to reflect on these questions and answer them in your notebook.}

Chapter 1

Throughout the reading, the Israelites are reminded to be strong and courageous.

What is something that you are dealing with today that requires you to be strong and courageous?

Chapter 2

Rahab stepped out in faith to help the spies.

Name a time you had to step out in faith for God.

Chapter 3

God used a miracle to show Joshua and all of Israel that He was with them.

How has God shown you that he is with you?

Chapter 4

The Israelites created a memorial, made of stones, to remind them of how God had helped them.

Do you have something you have held onto as a reminder of how God has helped you?

Chapter 5

Joshua asked the commander of the army of the Lord, what was required of him.

Have you humbled yourself under God’s direction? How have you sought out God’s will for your life?

The Verses of the Day

Joshua 1:9

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.

Joshua 2:11

For the Lord your God, he is God in the heavens above and on the earth beneath.

Joshua 3:5

Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do wonders among you.

Joshua 4:24

That all the people of the earth may know that the hand of the Lord is mighty, that you may fear the Lord your God forever.

Joshua 5:14

Joshua fell on his face to the earth and worshiped and said to him, “What does my lord say to his servant?”

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I’ll see you back here this Friday as we wrap-up our week of Bible Study.

Johnathan

 

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