"Our historian gives us three different views of the same event so that we can rest securely in the faithfulness and greatness of our God." . . . Joshua 10:1-27.
Our historian wants us to know that God is gracious to those who approach Him in humble faith. . . . Joshua 9:1-27
We miss something when passages are translated less than literally. . . . 1 Samuel 25:22, et al
In his book "The Bruised Reed," Richard Sibbes seeks that we experientially grasp the gentleness of Christ.
Our historian wants us to know that "the right of possessing the promised land is tied to the proclamation of, and subjection to, God’s covenant claims upon his people.” . . . Joshua 8:30-35.
As believers, it is the Scriptures--and the Scriptures alone--that help us think like Jesus, know Jesus, and live like Jesus in this world. . . . Sola Scriptura
our historian wants us to seek God alone for victory in our own lives. . . Joshua 8:1-29
Do you struggle with sin? . . . Our historian wants us to know that when we trust God completely, His victory will be total. . . . Joshua 6:1-27
What our historian wants us to see today is that God calls those who would lead His people to be humble and obedient followers of Him so that they can be assured of His presence with them. . . Joshua 5:13-15
Our historian wants us to know that God is faithful to fulfill His promises and He shows it by connecting it to the Israelites flight from Egypt. . . Joshua 5:10-12