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Exploring the Bible: Joshua
Joshua – what a book!
It is a necessary bridge between the Law of Moses and the rest of Israel’s history. It magnifies the faithfulness and power of God.
It runs from the epic crossing of the Jordan to the final conquest of the land, this being seen as a vivid and graphic picture of claiming our rich inheritance in Christ. It shows that they could only get into the land of victory and fullness through crossing Jordan, the ‘river of death’, this being a picture of our dying with Christ and rising with him to a new and abundant resurrection life. It reveals the reasons for their failures and shows obedience and faith to be the basis for their victories.
Joshua is a very important book in the canon of Scripture and this devotional commentary merits your attention. It will challenge you with penetrating insights into Scripture and into your own heart. That in essence is its objective to confront men and women with the necessity of integrity, purity and victory through obedience and faith.
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About the Author:
Rev. Dr. Colin Neil Peckham L.Th (Hons), B.A.(Theol.), B.Th.Hons., M. Th,, D.Th. was born in South Africa where he had ten years of evangelistic ministry and youth work before entering Bible College work in Cape Town for thirteen years. He emigrated to Great Britain and for seventeen years was principal of the Faith Mission Bible College, Edinburgh, Scotland. He had an extensive preaching ministry in Britain and abroad and authored several books.