- They must mediate on it day
and night and do all that is written in it.
- Everyone was in terror and
fainthearted because of Israel.
- To spare her, her mother,
father, sisters, and brothers from death.
- Everyone was to be in the
home and the window marked with a scarlet cord.
- When the priests
feet touched the waters, the Jordan quit flowing, and they
walked over on dry ground.
- Twelve stones were taken
from the river.
- In the place they were to
lodge, Gilgal, they set up the stones as a
- They had not circumcised
- The manna ceased to form on
- An angel of the Lord, the
commander of the Lord's army.
- They were to march around the
city once each day for 6 days sounding trumpets. On the seventh day, they
were to circle the city 7 times, blowing trumpets and shout out loud on
the last time.
- Silver, gold, bronze, and
iron were saved and given to the house of the Lord.
- She and her family were
spared and dwelled with Israel.
- God was not with them
because of Achan's sin.
had kept some spoil for himself, and he did not give the silver and gold
to the house of the Lord.
- He and his family were
stoned to death and they with all their livestock and houshold
goods were burned up.
- Joshua was to set an ambush
behind the city while others drew the men of Ai out front into the field.
- He read out of the book of
the law of the blessings and cursings that Moses
had instructed them to do once they came into the new land.
- They said they were people
from far away who wanted to become servants of Israel.
- They neglected to inquire of
God what to do.
- Five kings came against Gibeon.
- Joshua and his men.
- They were killed by Joshua
and hung on five trees.
- He rounded up other kings to
fight with him against Israel.
- Their number was more than
the sand on the seashore.
- They were killed, and their
cities were utterly destroyed.
- There were thirty one kings
defeated by Israel
at this time.
- Nine and one half tribes
were still to receive land.
- Caleb was eighty five years
- The land of the Hebron became
Caleb's daughter asked for a field with springs of
1. The Ephraimites felled to
drive out the Canaanites from the land.
- a. They were a large group,
and the land was not big enough. They were also afraid of the Canaanites
who still dwelt in the land. b. Joshua told them to cut down all the trees
and expand their territory and to drive out the Canaanites.
- Seven tribes remained to
- Benjamin, Simeon, Zebulun, Issachar, Naphtali, and Dan.
- Simeon received his land
within the tribe of Judah's
- The land in the mountains
- The tribe of Naphtali,
Ephraim, and Judah to the east.
- The tribe of Reuben, Gad,
and the half tribe of Manasseh had the other three cities of refuge.
- The Levites received land
and cities within all of the twelve tribes.
- They received forty eight
- He reminded them to heed the
commandments of the Lord, to walk in His ways, and to love Him with all
- a. They built an altar to
God. b. They feared the descendants west of the Jordan would say that they had
no part in God since the river separated them.
- God would bring horrible
things on them and their enemies would attack them until they all perished
from the land.
- They needed to fear God and
serve Him in sincerity and truth.
- They had to choose to serve
Him or to serve other gods.
- God was holy and jealous.
He would not forgive their transgressions or sins.
- The people chose to serve
- He placed a stone under an
oak tree by the sanctuary.