Joshua 23.4 "Stay alert: I have assigned to you by lot these nations that remain as an inheritance to your tribes - these in addition to the nations I have already cut down - from the Jordan to the Great Sea in the west
Joshua 19.9 The inheritance of Simeon came out of the share of Judah, because Judah's portion turned out to be more than they needed. That's how the people of Simeon came to get their lot from within Judah's portion.
Joshua 14.10 Now look at me: God has kept me alive, as he promised. It is now forty-five years since God spoke this word to Moses, years in which Israel wandered in the wilderness. And here I am today, eighty-five years old!
Joshua 8.32 He also wrote out a copy of The Revelation of Moses on the stones. He wrote it with the People of Israel looking on.
by your word that we understand through what you reveal to us, we get to be set free into fully obeying you, fully becoming your own. as we let your word permeate every detail of our lives, we get to write your word out in our very existence. thank you that what you write in our lives is out in the open for everyone to see. the love that you have for us becomes the love that we have for each other so that everyone else around us gets to know you, gets to know that you are the one we follow, gets to know that we are only able to do such great things and great acts of love because of the one who loves us first. all of this is possible only because of your word. thank you lord for writing it in our hearts and in our lives.
Joshua 8.31 He built it following the instructions of Moses the servant of God to the People of Israel and written in the Book of The Revelation of Moses, an altar of whole stones that hadn't been chiseled or shaped by an iron tool. On it they offered to God Whole-Burnt-Offerings and sacrificed Peace-Offerings.
Joshua 8.1 God said to Joshua, "Don't be timid and don't so much as hesitate. Take all your soldiers with you and go back to Ai. I have turned the king of Ai over to you - his people, his city, and his land.
Joshua 6.18 As for you, watch yourselves in the city under holy curse. Be careful that you don't covet anything in it and take something that's cursed, endangering the camp of Israel with the curse and making trouble for everyone.
Joshua 4.17-18 Joshua commanded the priests, "Come up out of the Jordan." They did it. The priests carrying God's Chest of the Covenant came up from the middle of the Jordan. As soon as the soles of the priests' feet touched dry land, the Jordan's waters resumed their flow within the banks, just as before.
Joshua 4.6-7 so you'll have something later to mark the occasion. When your children ask you, 'What are these stones to you?' you'll say, 'The flow of the Jordan was stopped in front of the Chest of the Covenant of God as it crossed the Jordan - stopped in its tracks. These stones are a permanent memorial for the People of Israel.'"
Joshua 3.17 And there they stood; those priests carrying the Chest of the Covenant stood firmly planted on dry ground in the middle of the Jordan while all Israel crossed on dry ground. Finally the whole nation was across the Jordan, and not one wet foot.
Joshua 3.16 the flow of water stopped. It piled up in a heap - a long way off - at Adam, which is near Zarethan. The river went dry all the way down to the Arabah Sea (the Salt Sea). And the people crossed, facing Jericho.
Deuteronomy 34.9 Joshua son of Nun was filled with the spirit of wisdom because Moses had laid his hands on him. The People of Israel listened obediently to him and did the same as when God had commanded Moses.
Deuteronomy 34.4 Then and there God said to him, "This is the land I promised to your ancestors, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob with the words 'I will give it to your descendants.' I've let you see it with your own eyes. There it is.
Deuteronomy 33.17 In splendor he's like a firstborn bull, his horns the horns of a wild ox; He'll gore the nations with those horns, push them all to the ends of the Earth. Ephraim by the ten thousands will do this, Manasseh by the thousands will do this.
Deuteronomy 33.2 He said, God came down from Sinai, he dawned from Seir upon them; He radiated light from Mount Paran, coming with ten thousand holy angels And tongues of fire streaming from his right hand.
Deuteronomy 31.12 Gather the people together - men, women, children, and the foreigners living among you - so they can listen well, so they may learn to live in holy awe before God, your God, and diligently keep everything in this Revelation.
Deuteronomy 30.10 Listen obediently to God, your God, and keep the commandments and regulations written in this Book of Revelation. Nothing halfhearted here; you must return to God, your God, totally, heart and soul, holding nothing back.
Deuteronomy 29.18 Don't let down your guard lest even now, today, someone - man or woman, clan or tribe - gets sidetracked from God, our God, and gets involved with the no-gods of the nations; lest some poisonous weed sprout and spread among you,
Deuteronomy 29.5-6 I took you through the wilderness for forty years and through all that time the clothes on your backs didn't wear out, the sandals on your feet didn't wear out, and you lived well without bread and wine and beer, proving to you that I am in fact God, your God.
Deuteronomy 29.2-3 You've seen with your own eyes everything that God did in Egypt to Pharaoh and his servants, and to the land itself - the massive trials to which you were eyewitnesses, the great signs and miracle-wonders.
Deuteronomy 28.11 God will lavish you with good things: children from your womb, offspring from your animals, and crops from your land, the land that God promised your ancestors that he would give you.
Deuteronomy 28.1 If you listen obediently to the Voice of God, your God, and heartily obey all his commandments that I command you today, God, your God, will place you on high, high above all the nations of the world.
Deuteronomy 23.21 When you make a vow to God, your God, don't put off keeping it; God, your God, expects you to keep it
thank you God for giving us the ability to be in a relationship with you, for opening yourself up to us and giving us the privilege to open ourselves up to you, as well. thank you for your heart of love, your heart of generosity that we can count on, that we can look to, that we can build on as our foundation, as our source, that we can draw grace from, grace to make a vow, grace to keep our vow, provision to back our devotion with the heart for it, grace to never be condemned in your sight because you have gone ahead and made us right by what you have done. praise you lord!
Deuteronomy 20.1 When you go to war against your enemy and see horses and chariots and soldiers far outnumbering you, do not recoil in fear of them; God, your God, who brought you up out of Egypt is with you.
Deuteronomy 17.8 When matters of justice come up that are too much for you - hard cases regarding homicides, legal disputes, fights - take them up to the central place of worship that God, your God, has designated.
Deuteronomy 16.11 Rejoice in the Presence of God, your God: you, your son, your daughter, your servant, your maid, the Levite who lives in your neighborhood, the foreigner, the orphan and widow among you; rejoice at the place God, your God, will set aside to be worshiped.