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Month: June 2014

Joshua 17 KJV Bible Study Devotional Explained

Joshua 17 KJV Bible Study Devotional Explained

Verses 1 through 13 tell us about Manasseh’s possession of land. Let’s read about something a little unusual that the author feels he needs to explain in verses 1 through 6. Joshua 17:1-6 [Joshua 17:1 ¶ There was also a lot for the tribe of Manasseh; for he was the firstborn of Joseph; to wit, for […]

Joshua 16 KJV Explained Commentary Devotional Highlights

Joshua 16 KJV Explained Commentary Devotional Highlights

But the narrator moves right along to talk about the two (or I suppose 1 ½ tribes) of Joseph next. Verses 5 to 10 describe the territory allotted to Ephraim. We won’t read it, but it talks about the borders of Ephraim. Basically, if Judah was southernmost in Israel, Ephraim and Manasseh were to the […]

Joshua 15 KJV Bible Study Devotional Explanation Judges 1

Joshua 15 KJV Bible Study Devotional Explanation Judges 1

Alright, so we’ve seen the allotment to Caleb, a man in the tribe of Judah. Now for the entirety of chapter 15 we deal with the allotment of land to that whole tribe. And they get a lot of land, really. In fact they get so much land that another tribe, Simeon, later just needs […]

Joshua 14 KJV Commentary Caleb Summary Bible Study

Joshua 14 KJV Commentary Caleb Summary Bible Study

Now, from chapter 14 on through the end of chapter 19 we have the land of Canaan being distributed. Joshua 14:1-5 The first 5 verses serve as an introduction to the section. Now, you may wonder how we get 12 tribes when Levi didn’t get an inheritance of land. It’s in these verses that we’re […]

Joshua 13 KJV Explanation Commentary Summary Bible Study

Joshua 13 KJV Explanation Commentary Summary Bible Study

Let’s open our Bibles to the 13th chapter of the book of Joshua. Joshua chapter 13. This is our tenth lesson in the book of Joshua. I suspect we’ll have maybe 3 more at most. We’ll see. And then the plan is to move on to the book of Judges. Now by opening your Bible […]

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