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1 And it came to passe when all the Kings of the Amorites which were on the side of Iordan Westward, and all the Kings of the Canaanites, which were by the Sea, heard that the Lord had dried vp the waters of Iordan from before the children of Israel, vntill we were passed ouer, that their heart melted; neither was there spirit in them any more, because of the children of Israel.
6 For the children of Israel walked fourtie yeeres in the wildernesse, till all the people that were men of warre which came out of Egypt were consumed, because they obeyed not the voyce of the Lord, vnto whome the Lord sware that hee would not shew them the land which the Lord sware vnto their fathers, that he would giue vs, a land that floweth with milke & honie.
12 ¶ And the Manna ceased on the morrow after they had eaten of the old corne of the land, neither had the children of Israel Manna any more, but they did eate of the fruit of the land of Canaan that yeere.
13 ¶ And it came to passe when Ioshua was by Iericho, that he lift vp his eyes, and looked, and beholde, there stood a man ouer against him, with his sword dawen in his hand: and Ioshua went vnto him, and said vnto him, Art thou for vs, or for our aduersaries?
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EKUNIE LAURETTA's Joshua Chapter 5 comment about verse 12 on 3/14/2013, 5:56am...
Manna as food was only to sustain the Israelites. Because they could neither plant nor reap, due to the fact that they were on the move. But I want to believe that when they ate the produce of the Land of Canaan, God Almighty reintroduced his original principle Genesis 8:22, “As long as the earth remaineth seed time and harvest shall never cease.” They can now plant and reap; so God withheld Manna. Our God is the God of Principle.
Cornelius's Joshua Chapter 5 comment on 1/27/2013, 1:08pm...
Joshua showed a lot of confidence in his of duty and service. He was not dismayed by what was surrounding him but he hoped and longed for the Lord of host. And so should we do when people rise against us.
Mas's Joshua Chapter 5 comment on 1/03/2013, 10:52am...
No, Joshua did not have just 1 foot. He had both his feet in perfect state. But the Bible say “the sole of your foot shall tread upon”, to simply mean everywhere you go. Because both feet do not tread on same ground, otherwise we would be jumping. But one foot treads a certain ground and the other another. So every ground each foot treads, that God gave Joshua, like He does with us also. And that is not to be taken literally only, it entails all life undertakings.
God bless you.
Cheryl's Joshua Chapter 5 comment about verse 15 on 1/02/2013, 10:37pm...
Thank you for your response, I am studying the book of Joshua, and I heard a Pastor said on Sunday that Joshua had 1 foot according to chapter 1:3. But the holy spirit had said to me to search out the chapter. Please share some insight. Thanks you so much.
CindyH's Joshua Chapter 5 comment on 2/12/2012, 6:46pm...
This verse shows us how important it is to know the people we are surrounded by. Are they for us or against us? Joshua was sure who he was serving, are we? Don't be afraid to stand for The Lord. Verse 13
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