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WELCOME TO SOPHOMORE BIBLE HIS STORY JUST IN TIME UNIT 1 LESSON 6 DUNBAR HENRI
VERSE FOR THE DAY Galatians 3:28 There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.
ASSESSMENT #3 NAME: 1. Quote from memory Exodus 20:2,3 – 26 pts I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. You shall have no other gods before me. 2. What 2 things must a land animal have to be considered ‘clean’? 2 pts Split hoof and chew the cud 3. What 2 things must a fish have to be considered ‘clean’? 2 pts Scales and fins 4. List the 10 commandments in order: 10 pts 1. No other gods2. No idols3. Don’t take the name of the Lord in vain 4. Remember the Sabbath5. Honor parents6. Don’t kill 7.Don’t commit adultery8.Don’t steal9.Don’t lie 10. Don’t covet
ANNOUNCEMENTS Complete Handout Lessons 5 and 6 in class – turn in before the end of class. Keep into the Bibles in your notes to be checked and graded tomorrow: Complete Into the Bible p. 48, 49 #1, 2, 4 Complete Into the Bible p. 54 #2, 3 Test Friday over Lessons 6-8 Memorize Joshua 1:9 p. 54 for tomorrow – 29 pts
WORK ON ASSIGNMENTS IN CLASS Tomorrow we will lecture. Remember all assignments must be completed in class today. When you complete the Bible Searches – bring them to me so that I can check them to see that you completed them. Keep them in your notes. Handouts must be turned in.
STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO: See that God’s assurance to Joshua of His abiding presence applies to Christians today Analyze the physical and spiritual significance of Israel’s crossing the Jordan River Contrast God’s original plan for the conquest of Canaan with what actually happened Compare the conquest of Canaan with the battle and victories experienced in the Christian life Compare the plan for support of the priesthood in ancient Israel with the plan for support of denominational employees today Examine the ways the cities of refuge symbolize how a sinner experiences salvation and Compare Joshua’s role as Israel’s deliverer with the saving work of Christ.
REVIEW WILDERNESS WANDERING Got to the borders of Canaan and lost faith Joshua and Caleb the only ones that weren’t afraid and believed God would take care of them Wandered in the wilderness for 40 years Until everyone over 20, except for Joshua and Caleb died Joshua is now the leader of the Israelites Moses and Aaron could NOT enter the promised land
JOSHUA MEANS – THE LORD SAVES JESUS IS CALLED THE 2 ND JOSHUA – JESUS IS THE GREEK TRANSLATION OF JOSHUA Come to the flooded Jordan River How to cross? Priests carried the Ark of the Covenant into the middle of the Jordan and stand there until all the Israelites crossed over – Joshua 3:17 Once across – they honored God by getting 12 stones from the river bed and making an altar/memorial on the other side First thing they did in the Promised Land – honor God
1 ST MAJOR OBSTACLE - JERICHO 2 spies sent before they crossed the Jordan to spy out the land – Joshua 2 Rahab (Jesus’ relative – Matthew 1) – a prostitute saved the spies God’s battle plan Walk around the city for 7 days On the 7 th day blow the trumpet and shout to the Lord For 6 days they walked around the city once with 7 trumpets blaring On the 7 th day – they walked around the city 7 times and then the people shouted to the Lord on the 7 th time and the walls came down
JESUS VERSUS JOSHUA Joshua saved God’s people from their enemies and led them into the Promised Land Jesus saves people from their sins and leads them into the heavenly Promised Land Joshua is dead – but Jesus is ALIVE and continues to save people from their sins
CITIES OF REFUGE Joshua 20 tells what they are God told Joshua to set up the cities In case of accidental death – someone accidently killed someone they could run to the city of refuge and be saved. Jesus is OUR city of refuge – a place of safety in times of trouble