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Both Joshua & Eleazar died and left huge gaps in Israel - The military prowess of Joshua and the Spiritual strength of Eleazar were gone. Who would take their places?
A primary philosophy of our day is relativism, which states that there is no absolute truth and that every ethical or moral stands depends on the culture, time and situation. This message will seek to demonstrate the danger of this stance and also to offer a Christian response to it. The response is not to argue or debate, which generally leads to more heat than light. It is rather to stand firm on one's belief and live out that belief faithfully. It is to say with Joshua, "As for me and my household, we will serve the Lord."
We continue our series on Purposes as we discover that we are called to be servants of God. God wants all of our heart to serve Him and make a difference in our world for His glory. Check it out!
UNstuck: Getting UNstuck in my Family Joshua 24:15 Andrew Bonaventura, Lead Pastor
Joshua points to the gospel of Jesus because humanity has sinned against God like the Canaanite nations, but since God poured out His wrath on His Son, those who believe in Him are saved. After the Israelites enter the land promised to Abraham, God commands her to destroy all the inhabitants. Only those (e.g., Rahab) who have faith in the True God of Israel are spared.