Category Archives: Joshua

His Promises Never Fail

The verses gave pause as I read them this morning. A reminder of the goodness and faithfulness of God, yet a reminder of my inclination to not fully enter into that goodness and faithfulness. A reminder that while there is … Continue reading

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Sandals

Evidently, sandals can tell you a lot about someone. Whether it’s what you do with yours or what you aren’t worthy to do with another’s. In two of my readings this morning sandals are mentioned. Both, I believe, relating to … Continue reading

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What Else Could They Want?

I know I’ve read it a number of times before in my morning readings. The fact has been repeatedly stated in Numbers, Deuteronomy, and Joshua. So, it’s not like it came as a surprise to them when Joshua brings it … Continue reading

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Investing in a CRA (Caleb Retirement Account)

So what if they were giants? They were on his land! Time for them to go. And who’s gonna make them go? He would. Caleb, the eighty-five year old son of Jephunneh, was ready to take it to them. Unlike … Continue reading

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Next Gen Believers

Finishing up in Joshua this morning while on a bit of vacation visiting my favorite granddaughter . . . and her parents . . . in B.C. And came across a verse that has a ominous ring to it. Pretty … Continue reading

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Facedown on Holy Ground

This was it. No turning back now. They were going in. They were about to enter the land that God said He would give to them. They were about to go head to head with the peoples of the land. … Continue reading

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The Promise Keeper

The last few mornings in reading in Joshua has been a bit of tough sleddin’. Just like reading Biblical genealogies . . . or the detailed instructions for the construction of the tabernacle in the wilderness . . . reading … Continue reading

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