THE BOOK OF
CHAPTER 11 & 12
JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN
JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN STUDY ON
JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN EVENT WITH
JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN MESSAGE
Greetings once again from Daily Bread. We've
been learning about how Joshua led the children of Israel, under God's
command, through the Promised Land, driving out the heathen to possess
the inheritance that God had spoken of so long ago to their ancestors,
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
As you may have guessed, more
kings, this time in the region of Galilee, banded together, intending to
stop the God of Israel and His chosen people from possessing their land.
All their armies together was like the sand of the sea in number, not
to mention many horses and chariots.
JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN LESSON WITH JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN EXPLANATION
AND JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN SUMMARY
With such obvious visible
advantages, you can imagine that they were probably very confident in
anticipating victory over Israel ... However ... They would soon find
out that the hand of God, which is invisible, should not be
underestimated. The Lord reassured Joshua not to be afraid because He
would deliver them up, slain, before Israel, and commanded him to hock
the horses (cut the leg muscles) and burn the chariots. And that's
exactly what happened, until none remained.
Not one city made peace with
Israel except Gibeon. You can read the details of Israel's victories,
the names of the cities and their kings, in your Bible in
Chapter 11 of
the book of Joshua.
And once Joshua had taken the
land according to all that the Lord commanded Moses, the land had rest
Chapter 12 is a rather short
chapter, listing the kings that were killed, whose land the children of
Israel possessed. There were two on the east side of the Jordan River
and thirty one on the west side of the Jordan.
JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN INFORMATION WITH JOSHUA CONQUEST
OF CANAAN MEANING AND JOSHUA CONQUEST OF CANAAN DISCUSSION
Just think of that for a
moment ... The geographical area that we know of as Israel was once
ruled by more than thirty kings ... At the same time!
Join us again for more Daily
Bread when we find out what's next for the children of Israel and