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Monthly Archives: March 2011
The book of Judges is broken into several sections, each dealing with a particular judge over the nation of Israel. One such Judge is Ehud, a left-handed man. I don’t want to get into the whole story, but you can … Continue reading
In his book, Family Driven Faith, Voddie Baucham talks about the importance of pursuing multi-generational faithfulness in your family. Multi-generational faithfulness is a way of looking at your life and family as a succession of future generations that need to … Continue reading
Joshua 24:15 is a verse that many people claim as their life verse. It is a verse that brings warm feelings and encouragement to many people. It say, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” I’m … Continue reading
After several chapters that carefully lay out the inheritance that the people of Israel received, we read these words at the end of Joshua 21: Thus the LORD gave to Israel all the land that he swore to give to … Continue reading
There is a really odd passage at the beginning of chapter 18 of Joshua that I have been thinking about today. Here it is: Then the whole congregation of the people of Israel assembled at Shiloh and set up the … Continue reading
Joshua 12 through 15 is an interesting section of Scripture. In it, we read of the inheritance that the Israelites receive, the people conquered by Moses, and the people conquered by Joshua. Things seem to be going according to all … Continue reading
I love the story of Joshua. I always have. One of the things that has always resonated with me about Joshua is the constant reminder he receives to “be strong and courageous.” Moses tells him this, God tells him this, … Continue reading
For 40 years, the people of Israel have been wandering in the wilderness eating nothing but manna and quail. I have a hard time eating leftovers from yesterday, let alone eating the same thing for several meals in a row … Continue reading
There has been a lot of talk about Universalism over the past few weeks following the release of Rob Bell’s newest book, Love Wins. I am in the middle of it right now and am not ready to share my … Continue reading