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  • The people said to Joshua, "We will serve the LORD our God. We will obey him alone." - Joshua 24:24

  • So Joshua made a covenant with the people that day at Shechem, committing them to a permanent and binding contract between themselves and the LORD. - Joshua 24:25

  • Joshua recorded these things in the Book of the Law of God. As a reminder of their agreement, he took a huge stone and rolled it beneath the oak tree beside the Tabernacle of the LORD. - Joshua 24:26

  • Joshua said to all the people, "This stone has heard everything the LORD said to us. It will be a witness to testify against you if you go back on your word to God." - Joshua 24:27

  • Then Joshua sent the people away, each to his own inheritance. - Joshua 24:28

  • Soon after this, Joshua son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died at the age of 110. - Joshua 24:29

  • Israel served the LORD throughout the lifetime of Joshua and of the leaders who outlived him--those who had personally experienced all that the LORD had done for Israel. - Joshua 24:31

  • After Joshua died, the Israelites asked the LORD, "Which tribe should attack the Canaanites first?" - Judges 1:1

  • After Joshua sent the people away, each of the tribes left to take possession of the land allotted to them. - Judges 2:6

  • And the Israelites served the LORD throughout the lifetime of Joshua and the leaders who outlived him--those who had seen all the great things the LORD had done for Israel. - Judges 2:7

  • Then Joshua son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died at the age of 110. - Judges 2:8

  • I will no longer drive out the nations that Joshua left unconquered when he died. - Judges 2:21

  • That is why the LORD did not quickly drive the nations out or allow Joshua to conquer them all. - Judges 2:23

  • The cart came into the field of a man named Joshua and stopped beside a large rock. So the people broke up the wood of the cart for a fire and killed the cows and sacrificed them to the LORD as a burnt offering. - 1 Samuel 6:14

  • The five gold rats represented the five Philistine cities and their surrounding villages, which were controlled by the five rulers. The large rock at Beth-shemesh, where they set the Ark of the LORD, still stands in the field of Joshua as a reminder of what happened there. - 1 Samuel 6:18

  • It was during his reign that Hiel, a man from Bethel, rebuilt Jericho. When he laid the foundations, his oldest son, Abiram, died. And when he finally completed it by setting up the gates, his youngest son, Segub, died. This all happened according to the message from the LORD concerning Jericho spoken by Joshua son of Nun. - 1 Kings 16:34

  • Josiah brought back to Jerusalem all the priests of the LORD, who were living in other towns of Judah. He also defiled all the pagan shrines, where they had burned incense, from Geba to Beersheba. He destroyed the shrines at the entrance to the gate of Joshua, the governor of Jerusalem. This gate was located to the left of the city gate as one enters the city. - 2 Kings 23:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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