Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Old Testament People of Commitment

Joshua was another committed person of the Old Testament. Who was he? What did the Lord mean when He said to Joshua, "This day will I begin to magnify thee in the sight of all Israel,...?" What was the significance of "three" in Joshua 3:2? Can we think of other times in the Bible when the number "three" was significant?

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God meant, that He would be He would be his spiritual resources. He renewed their faith, hope and trust in Him. Joshua faced many challenges but he was obedient and carried out God's plan to lead the people.

In 3 days, they would cross Jordan and take possession of the land God promised.

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