Monday – Joshua 10

Read through Josh.10. What are the lessons and applications you see there for us as Christians?

Tuesday – Joshua 10:8–11; Exodus 14,15; 1 John 4:4; Revelation 19:11–17

Our God is a “warrior God,” a “man of war” – what does that mean for us? For the world?

Wednesday – Joshua 10:8–11; Deuteronomy 7; John 6:22–70; Philippians 2:12,13

See, in these passages, the interaction of God’s sovereignty and man’s activity. How does that mysterious and paradoxical truth affect your daily life?

Thursday – Joshua 10:12–14; Exodus 32:1–14; 2 Chronicles 7:11–15; Psalm 40:1–3; 91:15; Matthew 7:7–11

What do these passages teach us about prayer? about God? Application to your prayer life?

Friday – Joshua 10:24–25; Genesis 9:11–17; 15:1–6; 1 Corinthians 11:23–26

Ralph Davis refers to Joshua 10:24,25 as “loosely speaking, sacrament” [i.e. – a visible expression of God’s invisible grace, a visible encouragement] for the people of God. How do God’s visible signs encourage you?

Saturday – Joshua 10:29–43; Genesis 39; Matthew 28:16–20; Acts 18:5–10

Joshua and Israel are now experiencing a lot of success in their southern campaign. What’s the key to their success? Does it also apply to our success as Christ’s church?