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Devotional Bible StudyDB4 The Book of
Joshua(Chapter 24)
  • Bible Study for Pr-Servants

Feb 19, 2011
2
Pre-servant Bible Study
  • Devotional Bible Study
  • (Chapter Devotional and Analysis Method)
  • Complimentary to the Book Summary Bible Study
    method. It examines each paragraph, sentence, and
    word in a detailed and systematic manner.
  • Chapter Study Steps
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.
  • Ask detailed questions of the chapter placing
    the unanswered questions for research.
  • Make a list of some possible applications and
    choose one application to work into your life.

3
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.

4
  • Chapter 24
  • 1.1. Chapter Title
  • Joshuas Death
  • History of Israel
  • Gods Covenants Renewal
  • Serving the Lord (vs. 15)

5
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters

6
Overview
  1. Conquest of the Land (ch 1-12)
  2. Distribution of the Land (ch 13-21)
  3. Joshuas Farewell and Death (ch 22-24)

7
I. Conquest of the Land (Ch. 1-12)
  • Commissioning of Joshua (1)
  • Spying out the land (2)
  • Crossing the Jordan (3-4)
  • Circumcision at Gilgal (5)
  • Fall of Jericho (6)
  • Achans Sin, recovery before taking Ai (7-8)
  • List of 31 defeated kings (12)
  • . Moses My servant is dead. Now therefore,
    arise, go over this Jordan, you and all this
    people, to the land which I am giving to them
    the children of Israel.. Josh. 11-9

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II. Distribution of the Land (Ch. 13-21)
  • Land for Caleb
  • Allotment for 9 ½ tribes
  • Judah, Ephraim, ½ Manasseh, Benjamin, Simeon,
    Zebulun, Issachar, Asher, Naphtali, Dan
  • Land for Joshua
  • Cities of Refuge
  • Towns for the Levites (48 towns)

So the LORD gave to Israel all the land of which
He had sworn to give to their fathers, and they
took possession of it and dwelt in it. The LORD
gave them rest all around, according to all that
He had sworn to their fathers. And not a man of
all their enemies stood against them the LORD
delivered all their enemies into their hand. Not
a word failed of any good thing which the LORD
had spoken to the house of Israel. All came to
pass. (Joshua 2143-45)
9
III. Joshuas Farewell Death (22-24)
  • Reminds the people of Gods faithfulness
  • not one of all the good promises the LORD
    your God gave you has failed. Every promise has
    been fulfilled not one has failed. (2314)
  • Encourages the people to serve God choose for
    yourselves this day whom you will serve, But as
    for me and my household, we will serve the LORD
    ." (2415)
  • Be very strong be careful to obey all that is
    written in the Book of the Law (236)
  • The people agree to follow God (2416-22) and
    Joshua sets up a stone to be a witness of the
    covenant between God and the people (2423-28).
    Joshua dies at the age of 110.

10
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.

11
Chapter 24 Paragraph Titles
  • The Two Parties to the Covenant God and Israel
    (1)
  • The History between the Two Parties Gods
    Faithfulness to Israel, even before (2-13)
  • Israel is Called to Covenantal Loyalty to God
    (14-15)
  • Israel Swears to Covenantal Loyalty to God
    (16-18)
  • The Consequences for Breaking the Covenant
    (19-20)
  • Israel Repeats Oath to Covenantal Loyalty to God
    (21)
  • Israel Agrees to a Covenant that is then Set in
    Stone (22-28)
  • Joshua Dies and Israel Remains Faithful all his
    Days (29-31)
  • Josephs Bones are Buried and Eleazar, the High
    Priest Dies (32-33)

12
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.
  • Ask detailed questions of the chapter placing
    unanswered questions for research.

13
  • Questions on Joshua Chapter 24
  1. ?

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Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.
  • Ask detailed questions of the chapter placing
    unanswered questions for research.
  • Make a list of some possible applications and
    choose one application to work into your life.

15
  • Applications on Joshua Chapter 24
  • General applications (v 14-15)
  • Fear the LORD and serve him with all
    faithfulness.
  • Throw away the gods your forefathers worshiped
    beyond the River and in Egypt, and serve the LORD
    gt sacrifices in service (time, family, social
    activities, etc.)
  • If serving the LORD seems undesirable to you,
    then choose for yourselves this day whom you will
    serve, whether the gods your forefathers served
    beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in
    whose land you are living. But as for me and my
    household, we will serve the LORD.
  • Executable application
  • Start to show commitment to service by taking the
    pre-servants course seriously in regular
    attendance, completing assignments, researching
    topics, etc.
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Title: Devotional Bible Study DB4: The Book of Joshua (Chapter 24)


1
Devotional Bible StudyDB4 The Book of
Joshua(Chapter 24)
  • Bible Study for Pr-Servants

Feb 19, 2011
2
Pre-servant Bible Study
  • Devotional Bible Study
  • (Chapter Devotional and Analysis Method)
  • Complimentary to the Book Summary Bible Study
    method. It examines each paragraph, sentence, and
    word in a detailed and systematic manner.
  • Chapter Study Steps
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.
  • Ask detailed questions of the chapter placing
    the unanswered questions for research.
  • Make a list of some possible applications and
    choose one application to work into your life.

3
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.

4
  • Chapter 24
  • 1.1. Chapter Title
  • Joshuas Death
  • History of Israel
  • Gods Covenants Renewal
  • Serving the Lord (vs. 15)

5
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters

6
Overview
  1. Conquest of the Land (ch 1-12)
  2. Distribution of the Land (ch 13-21)
  3. Joshuas Farewell and Death (ch 22-24)

7
I. Conquest of the Land (Ch. 1-12)
  • Commissioning of Joshua (1)
  • Spying out the land (2)
  • Crossing the Jordan (3-4)
  • Circumcision at Gilgal (5)
  • Fall of Jericho (6)
  • Achans Sin, recovery before taking Ai (7-8)
  • List of 31 defeated kings (12)
  • . Moses My servant is dead. Now therefore,
    arise, go over this Jordan, you and all this
    people, to the land which I am giving to them
    the children of Israel.. Josh. 11-9

8
II. Distribution of the Land (Ch. 13-21)
  • Land for Caleb
  • Allotment for 9 ½ tribes
  • Judah, Ephraim, ½ Manasseh, Benjamin, Simeon,
    Zebulun, Issachar, Asher, Naphtali, Dan
  • Land for Joshua
  • Cities of Refuge
  • Towns for the Levites (48 towns)

So the LORD gave to Israel all the land of which
He had sworn to give to their fathers, and they
took possession of it and dwelt in it. The LORD
gave them rest all around, according to all that
He had sworn to their fathers. And not a man of
all their enemies stood against them the LORD
delivered all their enemies into their hand. Not
a word failed of any good thing which the LORD
had spoken to the house of Israel. All came to
pass. (Joshua 2143-45)
9
III. Joshuas Farewell Death (22-24)
  • Reminds the people of Gods faithfulness
  • not one of all the good promises the LORD
    your God gave you has failed. Every promise has
    been fulfilled not one has failed. (2314)
  • Encourages the people to serve God choose for
    yourselves this day whom you will serve, But as
    for me and my household, we will serve the LORD
    ." (2415)
  • Be very strong be careful to obey all that is
    written in the Book of the Law (236)
  • The people agree to follow God (2416-22) and
    Joshua sets up a stone to be a witness of the
    covenant between God and the people (2423-28).
    Joshua dies at the age of 110.

10
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.

11
Chapter 24 Paragraph Titles
  • The Two Parties to the Covenant God and Israel
    (1)
  • The History between the Two Parties Gods
    Faithfulness to Israel, even before (2-13)
  • Israel is Called to Covenantal Loyalty to God
    (14-15)
  • Israel Swears to Covenantal Loyalty to God
    (16-18)
  • The Consequences for Breaking the Covenant
    (19-20)
  • Israel Repeats Oath to Covenantal Loyalty to God
    (21)
  • Israel Agrees to a Covenant that is then Set in
    Stone (22-28)
  • Joshua Dies and Israel Remains Faithful all his
    Days (29-31)
  • Josephs Bones are Buried and Eleazar, the High
    Priest Dies (32-33)

12
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.
  • Ask detailed questions of the chapter placing
    unanswered questions for research.

13
  • Questions on Joshua Chapter 24
  1. ?

14
Application to the Chapter Analysis and
Devotional Bible Study
JOSHUA CHAPTER 24
  • Create a chapter summary
  • 1.1. Read the chapter without stopping and
    create a title.
  • 1.2. Link it to the previous book chapters
  • 1.3. Give each paragraph a heading and place the
    sub points of the paragraph below it.
  • Ask detailed questions of the chapter placing
    unanswered questions for research.
  • Make a list of some possible applications and
    choose one application to work into your life.

15
  • Applications on Joshua Chapter 24
  • General applications (v 14-15)
  • Fear the LORD and serve him with all
    faithfulness.
  • Throw away the gods your forefathers worshiped
    beyond the River and in Egypt, and serve the LORD
    gt sacrifices in service (time, family, social
    activities, etc.)
  • If serving the LORD seems undesirable to you,
    then choose for yourselves this day whom you will
    serve, whether the gods your forefathers served
    beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in
    whose land you are living. But as for me and my
    household, we will serve the LORD.
  • Executable application
  • Start to show commitment to service by taking the
    pre-servants course seriously in regular
    attendance, completing assignments, researching
    topics, etc.
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