Blogging Thru The Bible · Joshua

BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: Good Morning Girls Resources {Joshua 16-20}

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Welcome back to Week 4 in the Book of Joshua! We are over halfway finished with this book of the Bible – great job sticking with us, I am praying that everyone is blessed with this study.

Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

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Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

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The Verses of the Day:

I encourage you to choose which verse you’d like to memorize or meditate on.  The printable below includes all 5 verses of the day — for the entire week!  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

Monday

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Tuesday

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Wednesday 

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Thursday 

Joshua 19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 

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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Joshua 11-15.

If you are new, welcome to Good Morning Girls!

We are so glad you are here!

There are no sign-ups, enrollments or subscriptions required to join us. 

Join us at GMG UK Bible Study FB Group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/724894230988215/

Here are all of the FREE Resources for the book of Joshua:

Printable Bible Bookmark for Joshua

Printable Joshua eJournal (this eJournal has been created for low-cost printing on a home printer and does not include the Joshua Intro, daily Verse of the Day and Reflection Questions.)

Printable Bible Coloring Chart

For Kids:

Printable Joshua Word Searches for Kids

Printable Verse of the Day Copywork Pages for Kids

Here at Good Morning Girls – You belong.  God’s word says in Romans 12:5:

In Christ, we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.

YOU BELONG!

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See you soon!

Peace be with you all,

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Bible Study · How To

HOW TO: How to Meditate on God’s Word

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I love God’s Word and delight in its truth. Yet too often I find that after reading my Bible or hearing a sermon, the truth, so necessary to the well being of my soul, can too easily slip away. The truth that had for a moment captured my attention and my affections can quietly fade amid the clutter and noise of the day.

One of the best ways to remedy this is to practice the spiritual discipline of meditating on God’s Word. It is a discipline that takes time and intention, but one that brings great benefit to the soul. We need to carve out time to lay hold of the truth of God’s Word.

It is a bewildering paradox of our day that the Bible can be so accessible and yet so marginalized. On the one hand our technology has brought God’s Word close at hand. It’s on our phones and tablets and computers and iPods. We have almost immediate access to several versions of the Bible as well as a wealth of sermons and commentaries. But this same technology also threatens to distract us and drown out God’s Word. We have become a culture obsessed with noise and comfortable with clutter. So many sources are bringing input into our lives: TV, radio, online news feeds, Facebook, Twitter…. More than ever we need to make time to meditate, to dwell in God’s Word.

Meditation is pondering the Word in our hearts, preaching it to our own souls, and personally applying it to our own lives and circumstances. It is how we sanctify our thinking and bring it into submission to Christ—taking every thought captive. Paul tells us in Romans 12:

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect (Romans 12:2).

[All Scripture references are ESV unless otherwise indicated.]

In Psalms 77 Asaph uses three verbs that capture the essence of meditation. When he finds himself perplexed and troubled and cries out to God, he determines to steady his soul by looking to God and laying hold of truth. He says in verses 11 and 12:

I will remember the deeds of the LORD;
Yes, I will remember your wonders of old.
I will ponder all your work,
And meditate on your mighty deeds (Psalms 77:11-12).

Asaph uses 3 verbs in the Hebrew to describe what it means to lay hold of truth: He says: I will remember, I will ponder, and I will meditate.

He begins with remembering (zakar)—calling to mind “the deeds of the Lord” and His “wonders of old.” He intentionally takes note of truth and draws it back into his thinking. Asaph reflects on what God has accomplished for His people in the past—events and epics like the Exodus and Passover, the giving of the law on Mount Sinai, the conquest of the Promised Land. He makes an effort not to forget all the Lord has done.

David also speaks of remembering God:

When I remember you upon my bed,
And meditate on you in the watches of the night (Psalms 63:6).

In Psalms 143, when David is overwhelmed with trouble, he uses the same three verbs as Asaph, beginning with “remember.”

I remember the days of old;
I meditate on all that you have done;
I ponder the work of your hands (Psalms 143:5).

We are a forgetful people and God would have us to remember. Meditation begins with remembering, bringing back into our minds the truths and praises and promises of God.

But, second, Asaph also uses a word that is translated in Psalms 77:12 “I ponder.”

I will ponder all your work,
And meditate on your mighty deeds (Psalms 77:12).

This is the verb hagah in the Hebrew. It is found in numerous places in the Old Testament and is translated as “ponder” or “meditate”:

 

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success (Joshua 1:8).

But his delight is in the law of the LORD,
And on his law he meditates day and night (Psalms 1:2).

When I remember you upon my bed,
and meditate on you in the watches of the night (Psalms 63:6).

In Psalms 2 it is used of the nations “plotting” against God.

Why do the nations rage
and the peoples plot in vain? (Psalms 2:1)

The word literally means “to let resound.” It is used in Psalms 92:3 of the sound or tones of a musical instrument as it resonates.

On an instrument of ten strings,
On the lute, And on the harp,
With harmonious [or resounding] sound (Psalms 92:3).

It is used also in Psalms 9:16.

The LORD is known by the judgment He executes;
The wicked is snared in the work of his own hands.
Meditation. Selah  (Psalms 9:16).

It is not entirely clear if the use of the word here is a musical instruction for the musicians to play an interlude—letting the instruments resound—or if it is an instruction to the congregation—let this truth resound within yourselves.

We find the term also at the end of Psalms 19:

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart
be acceptable in your sight,
O LORD, my rock and my redeemer (Psalms 19:14).

In other words: Let the inward tones of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord…

This is how we want the truth of Scripture to fill us and impact us—as we hear it and sing it and pray it—as Paul tells us in Colossians 3:16, let the Word of Christ dwell in us richly! Let it dwell in us in a way that resounds and reverberates in and through our lives.

We see another use of the word in Isaiah 31:4 that helps us understand its intent. Isaiah uses the word in reference to a lion:

For thus the LORD said to me,
“As a lion or a young lion growls over his prey” (Isaiah 31:4)

The word for growl or roar is this word for meditation. Have you ever heard a lion when he roars? He does not just use his voice. His entire being reverberates. This is meditation. Letting God’s Word resound from within the very center of our being.

Meditation involves remembering, and resounding, but finally Asaph speaks of meditating.

 

I will ponder all your work,
and meditate on your mighty deeds (Psalms 77:12).

This word siyach means to muse and wonder and dwell on—to think deeply about something. Used literally it means to murmur, mumble or talk to yourself.

In a negative sense it can mean “to complain.” It is the idea that something has so taken hold of your thinking that you can’t stop thinking about it. So on the negative side—it troubles you and disturbs you and draws out complaint; but on the positive side—it captivates you and enraptures your thinking so that you “dwell on” it. This is the way we want God’s truth to lay hold of us—so that we can’t but dwell on it, so that it captures our thinking and finds it way into our choices and decisions.

The Puritans thought of meditation this way as they described it as “preaching to yourself.” We take the Word of God that we hear and read, and we mull it over in our minds and then bring it to bear upon our lives in personal exhortations.

It is a word that is found often in the Old Testament, especially in the psalms.

May my meditation be pleasing to him,
for I rejoice in the LORD (Psalms 104:34).

I will meditate on your precepts
and fix my eyes on your ways (Psalms 119:15).

Oh how I love your law!
It is my meditation all the day (Psalms 119:97).

When we meditate we think about God’s Word. We dwell on it and then as opportunities arise, we preach it to ourselves. We inject it into our thoughts as we make decisions, as we admonish and instruct our souls to choose right things and walk down right paths.

This is the essence of meditation. It is evoking the truth, embracing it and embedding it in our lives. It is intentionally focusing on recalling God’s truth that it might resound in our hearts and become that grid through which we sift and measure our thoughts and actions.

Meditation is a crucial Christian discipline and a vital means of grace that we must treasure and practice. But it is a discipline that takes time and effort. Accessibility can never beat intentionality. Don’t assume that having God’s Word close at hand means you have it close at heart. Carve out time in your day to remember, time to ponder, time to preach to yourself. The world around us can too easily choke out what is needful and good for our souls. Don’t allow God’s truth to slip away from you. Be intentional and diligent and your meditation.

Be blessed,

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Grace · Motivation · Power Thoughts · Rick Warren

POWER THOUGHTS: Why You Need a Church Family

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“[Christ’s] love has the first and last word in everything we do. Our firm decision is to work from this focused center” (2 Corinthians 5:14 MSG).

You cannot fulfill the five purposes (worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, evangelism) on your own. Life is not a solo act. You were created for community. The only way you can fulfill God’s five purposes in your life is with people in your life who are giving you spiritual input. You need a church family!

Why? Because the church helps you center your life around God.

God didn’t put you on Earth to live a self-centered life. His purpose for you is to build your life with him at the core. You were planned for God’s pleasure. He made you to love you, and he wants you to love him back. God says, “I want to be the hub of your heart. I want to be the focus of your attention. I want to be the center of your life. I want to be the axis of your existence.”

The Bible says, “[Christ’s] love has the first and last word in everything we do. Our firm decision is to work from this focused center” (2 Corinthians 5:14 MSG).

How can you tell when Christ is at the center of your life? You stop worrying. Philippians 4:6-7 says, “It’s wonderful what happens when Christ displaces worry at the center of your life.” There’s a word for this: worship. Whenever you focus your life on God, that’s called worship. And worship is the antidote for worry. If you want to worry less, worship more.

When are we supposed to worship? The Bible says, “You have six days when you can do your work, but the seventh day of each week is holy because it belongs to me. No matter where you live, you must reston the Sabbath and come together for worship” (Leviticus 23:3a CEV). God says once a week I want you to come together to re-focus, re-calibrate, and re-center your life on me.

Where are you supposed to do it? Acts 2:46 tells us that “they worshipped together regularly at the Temple” (TLB).

Can you see that God meant for you to be a part of a church family? When you are, it helps you focus and center your life around God so that you can fulfill his purpose for you.

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Love and joy to you all,

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(Source: Rick Warren)

Blogging Thru The Bible · Joshua

BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE:Good Morning Girls Resources {Joshua 11-15}

GMG Resources Joshua 11-15

Welcome back to Week 3 in the Book of Joshua!

Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan

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 Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

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The Verses of the Day

I encourage you to choose which verse you’d like to memorize or meditate on.  The printable below includes all 5 verses of the day — for the entire week!  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

Monday

Joshua 11

Tuesday

Joshua 12

Wednesday 

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Thursday 

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Friday 

Joshua 15

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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Joshua 11-15.

If you are new, welcome to Good Morning Girls!

We are so glad you are here!

There are no sign-ups, enrollments or subscriptions required to join us. 

Join us at GMG UK Bible Study FB Group:

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Here are all of the FREE Resources for the book of Joshua:

Printable Bible Bookmark for Joshua

Printable Joshua eJournal (this eJournal has been created for low-cost printing on a home printer and does not include the Joshua Intro, daily Verse of the Day and Reflection Questions.)

Printable Bible Coloring Chart

For Kids:

Printable Joshua Word Searches for Kids

Printable Verse of the Day Copywork Pages for Kids

Here at Good Morning Girls – You belong.  God’s word says in Romans 12:5:

In Christ, we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.

YOU BELONG!

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See you soon!

Peace be with you all,

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Blogging Thru The Bible · Joshua

BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE:Good Morning Girls Resources {Joshua 6-10}

GMG Resources Joshua 6-10

Welcome back to Week 2 in the Book of Joshua!

Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

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 Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

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The Verses of the Day:

I encourage you to choose which verse you’d like to memorize or meditate on.  The printable below includes all 5 verses of the day — for the entire week!  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

Monday

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Tuesday

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Wednesday 

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Thursday 

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Friday 

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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Joshua 6-10

If you are new, welcome to Good Morning Girls!

We are so glad you are here!

There are no sign-ups, enrollments or subscriptions required to join us. 

Join us at GMG UK Bible Study FB Group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/724894230988215/

Here are all of the FREE Resources for the book of Joshua:

Printable Bible Bookmark for Joshua

Printable Joshua eJournal (this eJournal has been created for low-cost printing on a home printer and does not include the Joshua Intro, daily Verse of the Day and Reflection Questions.)

Printable Bible Coloring Chart

For Kids:

Printable Joshua Word Searches for Kids

Printable Verse of the Day Copywork Pages for Kids

Here at Good Morning Girls – You belong.  God’s word says in Romans 12:5:

In Christ, we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.

YOU BELONG!

Here at Good Morning Girls - You Belong

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See you soon!

Peace be with you all,

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Joyce Meyer · Motivate Me · Motivation

MOTIVATE ME: This Is How God Feels About You

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“Long before he laid down the earth’s foundations, [God] had us in mind, had settled on us as the focus of his love” (Ephesians 1:4 MSG).

God looks at you, and he loves you simply because he made you.

The Bible says, “Long before he laid down the earth’s foundations, [God] had us in mind, had settled on us as the focus of his love” (Ephesians 1:4 MSG). Before God even created the universe, he thought of you. The Bible says that the entire universe was created simply so God could create the human race so he could love us. We are the focus of his love, unlike anything else in creation — unlike animals or angels or stars or anything else. We were created to be loved by God.

If you ever grasp the profound truth I just shared with you and let it sink into your soul, you will never again have a problem with insecurity or low self-esteem. Because when you realize that God created the entire universe just so he could create the conditions so that human beings could exist so he could create you and love you, it will take away all those feelings of insecurity. God created you in order to love you.

In Hosea 6:6 God says, “I don’t want your sacrifices — I want your love; I don’t want your offerings — I want you to know me” (Hosea 6:6 TLB). That’s the first purpose of life. The most important thing you can know is that God created you to love you. And the most important thing you can do in life is to know and love him back. That’s the number one purpose in life.

The tragedy is most people go through their entire life missing the purpose of it. They know all kinds of things — stock quotes, sports scores, who’s on the cover of People magazine — but they don’t know God.

You may know about God, but do you know him personally? Do you have a friendship, a love relationship with God? That’s the first step you need to take today.

Talk It Over

  • How can you give God more of your love?
  • What do you need to do so that you can know God better?

Bless you,

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(Source: Joyce Meyer Ministries)

 

Motivate Me · Motivation · Rick Warren

MOTIVATE ME: Don’t Just Learn from the Bible. Remember It!

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“Listen carefully to my words. Don’t lose sight of them. Let them penetrate deep into your heart, for they bring life to those who find them, and healing to their whole body”(Proverbs 4:20b-22 NLT, second edition).

The Bible says this about wisdom in Proverbs 22:17-18: “Listen, and I will teach you what the wise have said. Study their teachings, and you will be glad if you remember them and can quote them” (TEV). Notice the four verbs in that sentence: listen, study, remember, quote. Those are marks of wisdom.

You can’t just learn something and become wiser; you’ve got to remember it. And you can’t just remember it; you’ve got to reinforce it. Because if you don’t remember and reinforce it, you end up having to learn the same lesson over and over.

You have to retain it to remember it so you can review it so you can apply it.

People say, “I can’t remember anything!” Oh, yes you can. You remember what’s important to you. You remember what you love. You remember what matters to you.

For instance a lot of you say, “I can’t memorize the Bible.” But you remember every baseball or football statistic for the last season. Or you say, “I can’t remember the Bible,” but you can quote all kinds of lyrics to popular songs or every step to a favorite recipe or something else you care about. You remember what’s important to you.

If the truth becomes important to you, you will remember it. You will remember and you will rehearse it and you will reinforce it and you will review it in your life. Then, it can change your life.

“Listen carefully to my words. Don’t lose sight of them. Let them penetrate deep into your heart, for they bring life to those who find them, and healing to their whole body” (Proverbs 4:20b-22 NLT, second edition).

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Talk It Over

  • Why is it important to memorize Scripture?
  • What is one thing you could do to help you memorize Scripture?

Bless you,

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(Source: Rick Warren)

 

Grace · Motivation · Power Thoughts · Rick Warren

POWER THOUGHTS: Fill Your Mind with Truth, Not Poison

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“A wise person is hungry for knowledge, while the fool feeds on trash” (Proverbs 15:14 NLT, second edition).

If you want to become wise, the first thing you have to do is listen to God’s Word every day.

Proverbs 2:6 says, “It is the Lord who gives wisdom; from him come knowledge and understanding” (TEV).

You don’t get it from television. You don’t get it from the internet. You don’t get it from magazines. Wisdom comes from God.

The Bible says in Proverbs 15:14, “A wise person is hungry for knowledge, while the fool feeds on trash” (NLT, second edition). You can either feed on truth, or you can feed on trash. Whatever you fill your mind with is what’s going to come out — garbage in, garbage out. If you want to be wise, you’ve got to feed every day on truth, not trash.

There are three kinds of things you can fill your mind with: You can fill your mind with poison, you can fill your mind with junk food, or you can fill your mind with health food.

Poison is stuff that poisons your system. It’s bad for you. It takes you down. Pornography is poison. You should not be reading “Fifty Shades” of any color! Some people are so open-minded their brains fall out. They say, “I can watch that stuff. It doesn’t bother me anymore.” That’s the problem! When you can watch and read stuff that is profane, blasphemous, evil, vile, and abusive and it doesn’t bother you, you have a problem. You have become a fool.

Wise people protect their mind. They put on the helmet of salvation. They don’t just allow anything into their mind. They keep the poison out.

Junk food is neither good nor bad. It just has no nutritional value to it. Most of the stuff you see on tv is not evil. It’s just junk food. It’s what I call stuffing. But the problem with stuffing is that when you stuff yourself with stuffing, you have no hunger for truth. If you watch TV for four hours, your mind is full of empty calories that don’t help your body or your mind.

Health food is nutritional food. It helps you grow and maintain your health. It is truth, and the wise person feeds on truth. It makes you wiser — in your relationships, your time, your money, your business, your parenting, your marriage, and every other area of your life.

The first place you need to go to fill your mind with truth is God’s Word. The more you develop the habit of spending time each day reading and studying the Bible, the wiser you will become.

Talk It Over

  • What kinds of junk food do you allow to fill your mind?
  • What difference do you see in your day when you spend more time watching TV and on the internet than you do in God’s Word?
  • What practical step can you take today that will help you make your quiet time a priority?

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Love and joy to you all,

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(Source: Rick Warren)

Blogging Thru The Bible · Joshua

BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: It’s Time to Begin the Book of Joshua {Intro and Resources for Joshua 1-5}

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We begin Book of Joshua today…. Are we all ready to dive in?

The Book of Joshua Overview

This book is broken into two main parts. The first is a narrative of events surrounding the conquest of Canaan. The second part is the assignment and settlement of the land. It concludes with Joshua’s farewell speech.

Joshua was committed to obeying God and obedience is a central theme of the book. It is the central theme of Joshua’s life and his final charge (Joshua 24:15).

As we read the book of Joshua, lets make a commitment – a commitment to obey the Words of the Lord. Let’s commit to follow where He leads, and be the kind of leader that brings others into His Kingdom.

Purpose: To give the history of Israel’s conquest of the Promised Land.

Author: It is assumed Joshua wrote this entire book, except for the end. Commentaries say, that the high priest, who was an eyewitness of these events might have written the ending.

Time Period: The precise time is not clear. An estimate is 1050 BC

Key Verse: Joshua 1:9

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

Outline:

  1. Entering the Promise Land (1:1-5:12) – Joshua demonstrated his faith in God as he took up the challenge to lead the nation. Israel re-confirms their commitment to God and their obedience as they cross over the Jordan. For us, we need to cross from our old life, to our new life in Jesus Christ. We need to put off our old selfish desires and possess all God has planned for us. This will require us to conquer some strongholds in our life, just as Israel conquered the nations that were in the Promised Land. We need courage to live this life of faith.

2.Conquering the Promised Land (5:13-12:24) – Joshua and his army moved from city to city conquering the land and destroying evil. We too need to conquer the evil and strongholds in our lives.

  1. Dividing the Promised Land (13:1-24:33) – Joshua pleads with Israel to worship God alone and to follow the example that Joshua has left. They have seen the mighty hand of God at work but they were prone to wandering. We have seen God work in our lives, yet our hearts still wander. We must renew our commitment to love and obey Him above all else.

Themes:

Faith: The children of Israel demonstrated their faith in God daily to save and guide them. They looked at how God had been faithful in the past to help them stay focused in the present. We can have strength to follow God as we remember His promises. Faith starts with believing He can be trusted.

Leadership: Joshua is a clear picture of Jesus Christ. He is also an example of an excellent leader. He was confident in the Lord and obeyed His voice. To be a strong leader, we must be ready to listen and obey. Strong leaders are good followers of God.

Conquest: God commanded his people to conquer Canaan. This was to be a fulfillment of the promise that God made to Abraham. They were to do it completely but they never finished the task. We too need to be willing to conquer sin and evil in our lives, and continue to work at it until the job is finished.

Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

 Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

Joshua 1Joshua 2Joshua 3Joshua 4Joshua 5

The Verses of the Day:

I encourage you to choose which verse you’d like to memorize or meditate on.  The printable below includes all 5 verses of the day — for the entire week!  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Joshua 1-5

If you are new, welcome to Good Morning Girls!

We are so glad you are here!

There are no sign-ups, enrollments or subscriptions required to join us. 

Join us at GMG UK Bible Study FB Group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/724894230988215/

Here are all of the FREE Resources for the book of Joshua:

Printable Bible Bookmark for Joshua

Printable Joshua eJournal (this eJournal has been created for low-cost printing on a home printer and does not include the Joshua Intro, daily Verse of the Day and Reflection Questions.)

Printable Bible Coloring Chart

For Kids:

Printable Joshua Word Searches for Kids

Printable Verse of the Day Copywork Pages for Kids

Here at Good Morning Girls – You belong.  God’s word says in Romans 12:5:

In Christ, we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.

YOU BELONG!

Here at Good Morning Girls - You Belong

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