Bible Study Joshua

Facing Your Jericho

Joshua 5:13-6:5
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About forty thousand armed for battle crossed over before the Lord to the plains of Jericho for war. That day the Lord exalted Joshua in the sight of all Israel; and they revered him all the days of his life, just as they had revered Moses (Joshua 4:13-14).

In the fourth chapter of Joshua, God parted the waters of the Jordan River and the entire nation of Israel walked across on dry ground.

Israel took possession of the Promised Land by trusting in God's strength. Spiritual power does not come from ourselves – it comes from God. Through God's power, Israel conquered the city.

Learn about the power of the Holy Spirit in this sermon.

To face your Jericho and win the battle you must:

1. Admit you don’t have what it takes.

2. Believe God will fight for you.

Author and speaker: Paul Schlieker

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Read a short devotion about the Battle of Jericho.

And what happened shortly after the battle.
And the implications for us today.

Joshua was a great leader. Learn more about being God's leader.

Sunday School lesson - Characteristics of a leader from Proverbs.

The people you work with, live by, and interact with everyday have their own "Jerichos". Would you like to know how to reach them with the good news of Jesus? Kingdom-Driven Discipleship is written for this very purpose.

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