A Job Well Done

(Joshua 1:1-6; 11:16-19, 21-23)

Lesson 1 -- third quarter 2011
June 5, 2011

by Mark Roth
© Copyright 2011

Personalize the Scripture

Do I believe the promise of God's presence and power for doing God's bidding?

Do I believe God will do as He says when He gives me a job to do?

"Every place that the sole of your foot shall tread upon" -- how much faith and effort am I willing to expend in order to achieve the conquest God promises?

Am I prone to stop the conquest before the job is done, so long as I've gained enough to satisfy myself?

"I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee" -- if I believed God were saying that to me, what part of my divine job would I assume I couldn't do?

"Do according to all...which my servant commanded thee" -- will I exercise the strength and courage to follow through with such a divine charge?

With which of God's adversaries am I content to make peace?

Which portions of God's promised inheritance am I willing to leave unclaimed?

From My Archives

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Service and Rewards

This concludes my comments based on the passage for the International Bible Study. To read my comments on the alternate lesson developed by Christian Light Publications, click here: The Consequences of Abandoning Truth.

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