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


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


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


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?”


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


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.