September 21, 2014 – Morning Worship

MondayJoshua 18–19

Read these two chapters and see what lessons are there for us as Christians.

TuesdayJoshua 18:1; 21:2; 22:9, 12; Deuteronomy 12:1–14; Luke 1:73–75; John 4:20–24; I Corinthians 15:54–56; Hebrews 10:24–25; Revelation 21:1–4

God has fulfilled His promise to choose a place where His name would dwell, where His people would worship Him and have rest from their enemies. How does that apply to us?

WednesdayJoshua 18:5–7; 13:8–13; John 1:16; 17:11,20–23; I Corinthians 12:12–13; Ephesians 4:1–7

Joshua 18:5–7 reminds us of the lesson we learned in Joshua 13:8–13. What was it? Why is it a constant concern? Is it your concern? Why or why not?

ThursdayJoshua 18:1–3; Isaiah 55:6–7; Matthew 25:1–13; II Peter 1:3–11

Why do you think Joshua is so concerned in 18:3? What is he concerned about? Is that a concern that applies to us as Christians?

FridayJoshua 18:6,8,10; Genesis 37:1–11; Psalm 16:5; 31:15; John 21:20–23

Why was it so important for Joshua to cast lots “before the Lord”? Why was that necessary? What would happen if he didn’t? What’s the application for you?

SaturdayJoshua 9:49–50; Numbers 14:20–38; Lamentations 3:22–23; Luke 4:14–22; Philippians 1:6

Joshua’s inheritance brings us back to the main theme: the faithfulness of our God! In what ways does that encourage you?