THE SECOND HALF of the Book of Joshua begins with a list of kings defeated by Moses and Joshua.
WE BEGIN our study of the second of the Historical Books, Judges. It chronicles Israel’s slide into apostasy and chaos, showing the need for a godly king to lead them.
JOSHUA NEARS the end of his life. He sends a surveying team to divide Canaan which is then assigned to tribes by casting lots. We also look at his final instructions for Israel which include the declaration, “As for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.”
THE ISRAELITES have crossed the Jordan and defeated the giant clans in two separate campaigns through the hill countries of Judah and Israel. Today we look at the division of Canaan among the 9-1/2 tribes still waiting to occupy their inheritance.
THE ISRAELITES have traveled to the border of the Promised Land. We discuss the post-Flood incursion of giants in Canaan, yet more rebellion by the Israelites, and God’s decision to make His people wait a full generation to cross the Jordan River.