THE VICTORY OF JOSHUA. There seem to be some contradictory statements concerning the taking of the land. In Ch 11:23, we read that “JOSHUA TOOK THE WHOLE LAND ACCORDING TO ALL THE LORD SAID TO MOSES.” Yet in CH 13:1 God says. “There remains very much land to be posessed.” Actually it is in two aspects of one situation and both are true. The Key Cities were conquered by lsrael as a whole .. but
ENTERING THE LAND. Remember that the key thought of the book of Joshua is .. THE VICTORY OF FAITH! GOD had called Joshua as the next leader of lsrael, as Moses had died. In Joshua’s name means “Jehovah our Savio ur.” The thing to remember is that .. his commission was grounded upon the Word of God. He was obedient to that call by faith. It was not a call based upon human reasoning. Once
THE PROMISED LAND. The first five books of Genesis lead lsrael ‘up to’ Canaan and Joshua compliments these by leading lsrael ‘into’ Canaan. He describes, ISRAEL’S SETTLEMENT IN CANAAN. This book covers a period of twenty-five years and describes one of the most memorable conquests in History. The occupation of this small strip of land is scarcely larger than Wales. The author is .. according to Jewish tradition, Joshua himself. He is the focal figure


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THE CENTRAL MESSAGE OF DEUTERONOMY. HOW FAITHFUL IS OUR GOD? Here are some scriptures that answer our question. Psalm 33:4. “For the Lord is Upright, and all His work is done in .. Faithfulness.” 1 Corinthians 1:9 “God is Faithful, by our Lord.” Hebrews 10:23. “Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He that who promised is Faithful.” God is Gracious ..Wise and Righteous in His dealings with Israel in
THE COVENANTS . There are many covenants in the Bible. Today we look at two offered to lsrael.The first Covenant. This was given to Israel at Mt Sinai to Moses.The second Covenant was given to the new generation of Israel at Moab. Obedience brought privileges and disobedience brought penalties.And we know that Israel kept not the Laws, the Statutes and the direct Commandments, which brought about both the Dispersion of the people, and Desolation of

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  1. Thank you for this post Heather! I love the picture of the raging sea, the solid lighthouse & God’s words. Such a wonderful picture of how we are to be in God’s strength no matter what is going on around us. As the scripture below the photo reminds us.
    Blessings sweet friend, ❤️

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