April 27, 2014 – Morning Worship
Monday – Joshua 1:1–18; 24:29–33
Read these passages from Joshua: what do you learn about God? About Joshua? How does it apply to you?
Tuesday – Joshua 1:5–6,10–15; Deuteronomy 8:1–9:5; Philippians 1:6; 2:12–13; II Peter 1:5–10
The Land is God’s gift to Israel, yet that have to be courageous “and” go to take possession of it. How do these two ideas fit together? Apply to you? To the church?
Wednesday – Joshua 1:5–7,9; II Samuel 11; Luke 4:1–11
Joshua is told (four times!) to be strong and courageous. Does that have a particular application for church officers, leaders, teachers, etc.? Why? How should that affect you?
Thursday – Joshua 1:6; Numbers 23:19; Genesis 12:7; 13:14–18; Isaiah 53; Matthew 2:6,15; Acts 2:16–21
God’s promises have been, are being, and will be fulfilled! That is certain. How should that affect your daily life?
Friday – Joshua 1:5,9,17; Exodus 4:10–17; 14:1–31; Matthew 28:16–20; I John 4:4
What is the reason Joshua and the people of Israel can be courageous and go to take possession of the land? How are we to be courageous today? Where? When? How?
Saturday – Joshua 1:7–8; Psalm 119:97–112; Matthew 7:24–27; II Timothy 3:14–17
Notice how Joshua’s success is tied to the knowledge of