Joshua Chapter 2 Discussion Page 2

  • Bunmi on Joshua 2
    Its always good to secure God s presence in our life cos Is the God of heaven the earth meaning when God be with us who can b against us even those that ought to hurt us halleluhai
  • Mike on Joshua 2
    very encouraging book
  • NWACHUKWU on Joshua 2
    The Lord is his own interpreter, he can use an empty vessel to perform wonders, even the sinners can have the mercy of the Lord, because he doesn’t want anyone to perish but repent.
  • Ziarah on Joshua 2
    God can use anyone to spread the word!
  • David faust on Joshua 2:14
    I love this verse. It is one of my treasures and I love God who could and would write it this way. If you look at it in the King James, you'll notice that the word "Our" is capitalized and is a plural pronoun. This plural possessive pronoun is describing the noun "life" which of course is singular. In this verse very clearly our Great Triune God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) is promising the Life of the Son as a propitiation to this lost prostitute some 1800 years before the Lord Jesus would actually enter the world. Praise the Lord. He sought me, and He bought me, with His redeeming blood! Just the way He did for this poor helpless sinner so long ago. Hallelujah! What a Saviour.
  • Howard on Joshua 2
    The grace of God is sufficient to everyone.
  • Tosin on Joshua 2
    It's amazing to know that rahab, non Israeli corporated with Israelites and. Shared the Gospel of God's testimony to them
    Sometimes, Mon Christians appear to remember God's testimonies than some christains who quickly forget God's past miracles in their lives.
  • Edison on Joshua 2
    I to learn more about expository sermon which the best way to reveal the message of the Ultimate God.
  • Juanita on Joshua 2
    In Joshua chapter 2,We find that GOD can use

    whom HE pleases.

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