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Mega Css. Write Your Review. Gift wrap available. One of the largest homiletical commentary sets of its kind, this work gives a verse-by-verse exposition, a translation, and historical and geographical information, followed by the homiletics section, homilies by numerous authors, a homiletical index to the Bible, and a complete general index volume.

Overview Veteran preachers already know the value of this best-selling commentary set, but it's also perfect for lay leaders. Exposition Commentary on the passage, with exegetical, interpretive, theological, historical, and geographical observations. Written by the author of that volume. Homilies Actual sermons from various contributors, covering a couple of verses or a pericope. Praise for the Print Edition I have used the paper version of the Pulpit Commentary for over 20 years.

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It is and continues to be my primary commentary for all my messages. I appreciate its scholarly work and the simplicity and power of its commentaries. I have also been an avid user of Logos since its inception and often wished that this commentary would find its way into the [digital] library.

Spence, Joseph S. Only Rahab and the people with her in her house will live. This is because she hid our two men.

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If you take any of them, you will die. The gold, iron and silver belong to him. You must store them with his valuable things. When they did this, the walls fell down. Every man went up into the city. And they took the city. So they killed every living thing in it. They killed men and women, young people and old people, cows, sheep and other animals. They had to learn to trust God. They probably wondered why they had to walk round the city for seven days. God was not in a hurry. God is never in a hurry.

Joshua 1 – God’s Commission to Joshua

There are times when we must be patient with God. He does not always answer our prayers quickly. Sometimes we have to wait a long time. God sometimes tells us to do strange things. We might not know why. God always knows best! God always asks us to do things that will be good for us or for other people.

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We should not doubt the instructions that God has given to us. They could keep the valuable things from towns and cities that they defeated. But at Jericho God said that all the valuable things belonged to him. God likes to receive the first of everything. They had to give the first fruit of each harvest to God.

This may be the reason why God wanted all the valuable things from Jericho. God wants the best from each one of us. He wants us to give to him the first of everything. This includes our money, our time and our work. They were guilty of very bad things that made God unhappy.

God had given them time to change. But they refused to do the right things.

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So God had to punish them. Jesus died so that God would forgive us. But, if we do not invite God into our lives, God will be our judge. He believed that God would do something great. They walked round the city. They did not know why. They believed that something would happen. Something did happen! The walls fell down! Do we do what God asks us?

Do we see what God has done for us? God had told them to do this Joshua They brought out her father, mother and brothers and all who belonged to her. Joshua had sent two men to find out about the city.

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And Rahab had hidden those men. His youngest son will die when he puts up its gates. Verses 22, 23 God had rescued Rahab and her family. Verse 26 The serious promise that Joshua made came true years later.

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We read about it in 1 Kings A man called Hiel started to build Jericho. When he started, his oldest son died. When he completed it, his youngest son died. People who study history thought a lot about Jericho. They have found many ancient things near Jericho city.

But we are not sure whether they have found anything from the time of Joshua. About , Mr John Garstang found a city like the one that Joshua destroyed. Its walls had fallen down. And a fire had destroyed everything. About , Miss Kathlene Kenyon went to Jericho. She did not agree that Mr Garstang had found the city in the Book of Joshua. But she thought that she had found some things from that city. Perhaps nobody will be able to find anything from the city of Jericho that Joshua defeated. We must remember that nobody built anything in the area for years after Joshua.

So, perhaps there was nothing left. Joshua needed God to help him. God kept his promise.