God, I lift up my husband. He is such a blessing. He started a new job last week. I lift him up, to have the strength to do this, to have the wisdom to be a supervisor, that his children would contact him, that he continue to make the choices to serve You, no matter what fiery darts are thrown at him or his paths.
Thank you Jesus, for dying on the cross for our sins and our sicknesses. Thank you God for your creation that goes on forever, for Your revelation of your Word. Thank you Holy Spirit that you are my Comforter, that you convict me of my sin and convict me of righteousness.
I pray for those precious souls in Japan, that they would come to a knowledge of Your saving grace throughout this time of devastation.
Deuteronomy 1-3:20 (New King James Version)
The Previous Command to Enter Canaan
Tribal Leaders Appointed
Israel's Refusal to Enter the Land
The Penalty for Israel's Rebellion
The Desert Years
King Sihon Defeated
King Og Defeated - King Og was a giant, iron bedstead, nine cubits!
The Land East of the Jordan Divided
Deuteronomy 3:21-5:33 (New King James Version)21 “And I commanded Joshua at that time, saying, ‘Your eyes have seen all that the LORD your God has done to these two kings; so will the LORD do to all the kingdoms through which you pass. 22 You must not fear them, for the LORD your God Himself fights for you.’
Here again, God tells Joshua and the Israelites that He will conquer kingdoms for them and they don't see it.
Moses Forbidden to Enter the Land
Moses pleads with God to be able to enter the promised land. God tells him to go up on the mountain and look at it, but he will never enter it because he struck the Rock instead of speaking to it as God told him to do. Please God, I pray that I never do anything like that to You.
Moses Commands Obedience
Beware of Idolatry
Cities of Refuge East of the Jordan
Introduction to God's Law
The Ten Commandments Reviewed
The People Afraid of God's Presence