After the leadership of Moses, the Lord chose Joshua to lead his people into the land he had promised. The book of Joshua tells how God helped his people conquer the Promised Land. Not only did the walls of Jericho fall down before God’s people, but the Lord granted many additional victories to them. Through his long life of service, Joshua followed the Lord faithfully and wholeheartedly.
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- Historical background
- Maps, illustrations, and archaeological information
- Practical and contemporary applications
- Title: The People’s Bible: Joshua
- Author: Adolph L. Harstad
- Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
- Publication Date: 1999
- Pages: 258
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