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Joshua 1-24

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1. Rameses: Israel was thrust out of Egypt (Ex. 12; Num. 33:5).

2. Succoth: After the Hebrews left this first campsite, the Lord attended them in a cloud by day and in a pillar of fire by night (Ex. 13:20–22).

3. Pi-hahiroth: Israel passed through the Red Sea (Ex. 14; Num. 33:8).

4. Marah: The Lord healed the waters of Marah (Ex. 15:23–26).

5. Elim: Israel camped by 12 springs (Ex. 15:27).

6. Wilderness of Sin: The Lord sent manna and quail to feed Israel (Ex. 16).

7. Rephidim: Israel fought with Amalek (Ex. 17:8–16).

8. Mount Sinai (Mount Horeb or Jebel Musa):) The Lord revealed the Ten Commandments (Ex. 19–20).

9. Sinai Wilderness: Israel constructed the tabernacle (Ex. 25–30).

10. Wilderness Camps: Seventy elders were called to help Moses govern the people (Num. 11:16–17).

11. Ezion-geber: Israel passed through the lands of Esau and Ammon in peace (Deut. 2).

12. Kadesh-barnea: Moses sent spies into the promised land; Israel rebelled and failed to enter the land; Kadesh served as the main camp of Israel for many years (Num. 13:1–3, 17–33; 14; 32:8; Deut. 2:14).

13. Eastern Wilderness: Israel avoided conflict with Edom and Moab (Num. 20:14–21; 22–24).

14. Arnon River: Israel destroyed the Amorites who fought against them (Deut. 2:24–37).

15. Mount Nebo: Moses viewed the promised land (Deut. 34:1–4). Moses delivered his last three sermons (Deut. 1–32).

16. Plains of Moab: The Lord told Israel to divide the land and dispossess the inhabitants (Num. 33:50–56).

17. Jordan River: Israel crossed the Jordan River on dry ground. Near Gilgal, stones from the bottom of the Jordan River were placed as a monument of Jordan’s waters being divided (Josh. 3:1–5:1).

18. Jericho: The children of Israel captured and destroyed the city (Josh. 6).



To The Promised Land.
Spies - to Rahab's house; escape.
Ark first into River Jordan,
people cross on dry land.

Joshua
1:1-18,
2:1-24,
3:1-17

12 stones frpm Jordan.
Men circumcised.
Ate produce of land, manna stopped.
Battle of Jericho.

Joshua
4:1-24,
5:1-15,
6:1-27

Sin of Achan, defeat at Ai. Sin discovered, Achan punished. Ai attacked and taken. Joshua reads Blessings And Curses.

Joshua
7:1-26,
8:1-35

Tribes, nations, chiefs & Kings
Deceived by four kings.
Attacked by five kings. Hail, sun stopped: sucess! Southern Canaan defeated.

Joshua
9:1-27,
10:1-43

Major attack from north. Israel victorious.
Joshua conquers all Canaan (except . . .)

Joshua
11:1-21,
various to
chapter 21

Tribes settle east Jordan
build altar - trouble -
problem solved.
Promised Land settled but
warnings repeated.

Joshua
22:1-23,
23:1-16,
24:1-33

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