Deuteronomy 34.1-Joshua 2.24; Luke 13.22-14.6; Psalm 79.1-13; Proverbs 12.26
The story we read from Joshua shows the contrast of what it looks like to be strong and courageous (Joshua) and what is looks like to be afraid and have no courage (the people of Jericho). Why are the people of Jericho afraid? How does God’s power allow us to have no fear, in contrast to the people of Jericho?
Do you think you would like to know God face-to-face? Why or why not?
How have you seen the seemingly least important end up being the most important?
Have you ever wanted God to pay back your neighbors for what they have done? When is this an appropriate response? When is it not appropriate?
What kind of advice are you getting: Godly or wicked?