Short, relevant and inspirational Bible studies for each chapter of the book of Joshua. Bite-sized and ideal for personal meditation, family Bible time, group Bible studies and in preparing Bible talks.
Jesus based his teaching on the Old Testament scripture. Surprisingly, rather than suggest we study it, he told us to eat a portion of it daily! Taking a small portion of the Bible as our daily diet will help us transform day-by-day into a character like Jesus.
About the Food for Thought series:
- Bite-sized Bible studies covering each chapter of Joshua.
- Food for thought, leading you to personally discover Bible truth.
- Perfect for family Bible time or informal study groups.
- Ideal source-book for sermons, Bible classes, talks and lectures.
- The antidote to dry commentaries and books by dusty academics!
Writing in an engaging and conversational style, Rob de Jongh provides Food for Thought for each chapter of the book of Joshua, a book containing some of the most exciting and memorable narratives of the Old Testament.
Go with Joshua as Moses hands over responsibility to bring the people of Israel into the promised land. Discover how God exalted Joshua in the eyes of all the people, so that they served him faithfully. Meditate on the goodness and severity of God, who allowed the idolatrous nations to be uprooted, but provided a way of escape to those who looked for it earnestly.
The book of Joshua gives us hope, instructs us in the ways of the Almighty, and gives us abundant food for thought in our daily walk.
About the author:
Rob de Jongh is a lifelong Bible student and has been sharing his perspective on the Bible through talks, discussion groups and written studies for the last 20 years. He formerly worked in non-fiction publishing, learning how to engage readers from some of the world’s most effective teachers.
Size: 8.5 x 5.5″
Edition: 1st edition
Publisher: Woodland Press Ltd
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Food for Thought in Joshua full contents:
- Joshua 1
- The humble servant
- Joshua 2
- Would you have chosen Rahab?
- Joshua 3
- The miraculous Jordan River and Red Sea crossings
- Joshua 4
- The twelve stones
- Joshua 5
- How God protected Israel’s incapacitated fighting men
- Joshua 6
- A woman worth more than gold
- Joshua 7
- The brother who drew near and the brother who drew back
- Joshua 8
- Hidden leader, hidden city
- Joshua’s knowledge of the Law
- Joshua 9
- The Gibeonites and Jesus’s parables
- The Gibeonite model of salvation by faith
- Joshua 10
- How the Gibeonites inadvertently helped Joshua conquer the land
- Joshua 11
- Would you live as a dog or die as a lion?
- Joshua 12
- Little kings and BIG kings
- Joshua 13
- It’s fine for us, but can it become a snare to our children?
- Joshua 14
- The LORD is with us: fear them not
- Faith in God is bigger than giants
- Joshua 15
- Once upon a time there were three giants…
- Joshua 16
- Ignoring one small verse of scripture brings generations of repercussions
- Joshua 17
- Can jealousy take generations to surface?
- Joshua 18
- Big brothers protecting their little brother
- Joshua 19
- Zorah and Eshtaol
- Joshua 20
- Caleb’s dwindling inheritance
- Joshua 21
- Caleb’s heir
- Joshua 22
- Assuming the worst intentions
- Sharing the spoil
- Joshua 23
- Do only the good bits of the Bible apply to you?
- One man shall chase a thousand
- Joshua 24
- Crossing over the flood: Starting a new life