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#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 066 | The Promised Land | Joshua 5 – 8, Psalm 66

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Day 066 | The Promised Land

Joshua 5 – 8, Psalm 66

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  1. The Lord said to Joshua, “Today I have removed the disgrace of Egypt from you.” So Joshua named the place Gilgal, the name it still has today.
    Joshua 5:9 GW

  2. The day after that, the manna stopped. The people of Israel never had manna again. That year they began to eat the crops that grew in Canaan.
    Joshua 5:12 GW

  3. When Joshua was near Jericho, he looked up and saw a man standing in front of him with a sword in his hand. Joshua went up to him and asked, “Are you one of us or one of our enemies?” He answered, “Neither one! I am here as the commander of the Lord’s army.” Immediately, Joshua bowed with his face touching the ground and worshiped. He asked, “Sir, what do you want to tell me?”
    Joshua 5:13‭-‬14 GW

  4. On the seventh day they got up at dawn. They marched around the city seven times the same way they had done it before. That was the only day they marched around it seven times. When they went around the seventh time, the priests blew their rams’ horns. Joshua said to the troops, “Shout, because the Lord has given you the city!
    Joshua 6:15‭-‬16 GW

  5. But stay away from what has been claimed by the Lord for destruction, or you, too, will be destroyed by the Lord. If you take anything that is claimed by the Lord, you will bring destruction and disaster on the camp of Israel. All the silver and gold and everything made of bronze and iron are holy and belong to the Lord. They must go into the Lord’s treasury.”
    Joshua 6:18‭-‬19 GW

  6. So the troops shouted very loudly when they heard the blast of the rams’ horns, and the wall collapsed. The troops charged straight ahead and captured the city.
    Joshua 6:20 GW

  7. At that time Joshua pronounced this curse: “The Lord will curse whoever comes to rebuild the city of Jericho. It will cost him his firstborn son to lay the foundation. It will cost him his youngest son to set up the city doors.”
    Joshua 6:26 GW

  8. So the Lord was with Joshua, and his fame spread throughout the land.
    Joshua 6:27 GW

  9. The people of Israel proved to be disloyal about the things claimed by the Lord. Achan, son of Carmi, grandson of Zabdi, great-grandson of Zerah, and a member of the tribe of Judah, took something that had been claimed by the Lord. So the Lord became angry with the people of Israel.
    Joshua 7:1 GW

  10. “The people of Israel will not be able to defend themselves against their enemies. They will run away from their enemies because the people of Israel are now claimed for destruction. I will not be with you anymore unless you destroy what I have claimed for myself.
    Joshua 7:12 GW

  11. “Get up! Tell the people, ‘Get ready for tomorrow by performing the ceremonies to make yourselves holy. This is what the Lord God of Israel says: You have what I claimed for myself, Israel. You will not be able to defend yourselves against your enemies until you get rid of what I have claimed.
    Joshua 7:13 GW

  12. Joshua got up early in the morning and assembled the troops. Then he and the leaders of Israel led the army to Ai.
    Joshua 8:10 GW

  13. Joshua did not lower his hand holding the spear until he had completely destroyed all the inhabitants of Ai.
    Joshua 8:26 GW

  14. Joshua read ⌞Moses’ Teachings⌟ in front of the whole assembly of Israel, including women, children, and foreigners living among them. He did not leave out one word from everything Moses had commanded.
    Joshua 8:35 GW

  15. Say to God, “How awe-inspiring are your deeds! Your power is so great that your enemies will cringe in front of you. The whole earth will worship you. It will make music to praise you. It will make music to praise your name.” Selah
    Psalms 66:3‭-‬4 GW

  16. Come and listen, all who fear God, and I will tell you what he has done for me. With my mouth I cried out to him. High praise was on my tongue. If I had thought about doing anything sinful, the Lord would not have listened ⌞to me⌟. But God has heard me. He has paid attention to my prayer. Thanks be to God, who has not rejected my prayer or taken away his mercy from me.
    Psalms 66:16‭-‬20 GW