September 14, 2014 – Morning Worship

MondayJoshua 16–17

Read Joshua 16–17. What are the lessons you see there for us as Christians? And for the church?

TuesdayJoshua 16:1–5; Genesis 48; Isaiah 55:8–9

Read these passages carefully. What do we learn about God in the order the names of Ephraim and Manasseh are placed? What is the application to you?

WednesdayJoshua 15:1,20; Genesis 29:31–35; 38:1–30; 43:8–10; 44:16–34; I Chronicles 5:1–2

Speaking of name order and what it symbolizes, Joshua 15:1, 20 clearly shows the tribe of Judah receiving their allotments first in the land of Canaan (i.e. west of Jordan). Why do you think Judah was placed first?

ThursdayJoshua 17:3–6; Numbers 27:1–11; 36:1–12; Joshua 14:6–12

Read the account of Zelophehad’s daughters and their request. Note the similarity with Caleb’s request in Joshua 14:6–12. How are they both alike? What can we learn from them?

FridayJoshua 15:63; 16:10; 17:12–13; Exodus 23–33; 34:11–16; Isaiah 53:6; Jeremiah 50:6; I Peter 2:25

Compare the Joshua passages with the Exodus passages. What is beginning to happen? What is the application to you?

SaturdayJoshua 17:14–18; Deuteronomy 7:1–5, 17–26; 20:1; Romans 8:31

What is going on in Joshua 17:14–18? What’s the concern of Joseph’s people? What’s Joshua’s response? Who is right and who is wrong? What’s the application?