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March 6 - Morning

“Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.”

- Joshua 1:8

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Study This Book of the Law Day and Night    

“From your mouth” is a reference to the custom of reading aloud to oneself, or muttering as you studied. Study of and obedience to this Book of the Law is directly connected to prosperity and success. Likewise, the word “meditate” could be translated “mutter.” This is not some strange mumbling to oneself, but is a reference to the ancient style of reading and study. The practice of study would instill the knowledge and truth into the student’s soul so that they would know the
exact details of the subject they had read and studied. Once the knowledge and truth were in
the soul of the student that information became part of their character, their wisdom, their
conscious and their mode of operation.

It is important to note that though God did speak to Joshua and give him revelation, Joshua was still responsible to study, know and perform what the Lord had already revealed and had written down. The Lord never spoke to Joshua the information that had already been revealed and recorded. Joshua had to go to the “book” just like today’s modern believers have to go to the Bible to learn God’s character, will, standards, wisdom, plans.

The words spoken to Joshua in 1:8 are fulfilled by the man who is blessed in Psalm 1 to attain and secure his good life:

“Blessed is the one …whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on his law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers.”
- Psalm 1:1-3

  Christian Quote from Church History
"Faith is more than thinking something is true. Faith is thinking something is true to the extent that we act on it.”
– W. T. Purkiser
Something to Ponder??

The opportunity to know God is both a possibility and impossibility. Scripture attests to both these truths. God has revealed himself to men, yet there are aspects of God that are incomprehensible or unrevealed.  God is both revealed and knowable in
John 14:7; John 17:3 and
1 John 5:20. But, God is incomprehensible in Job 11:7-9 and Isaiah 55:8-9.  This truth is captured by Moses in Deuteronomy 29:29, “The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things revealed belong to us…”

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Malkut (Hb) – Kingdom (Eng) – malkut is the Hebrew word that means “kingdom,” “reign,” “rule.” In the book of Esther malkut refers to anything royal such as the royal wine, the royal crown, the royal scepter. Malkut is also used in Esther to territory of the kingdom and to the accession to the throne.


Second Kings 23:29-30 records Judah’s King Josiah attempting to prevent Egypt’s Pharaoh Neco from crossing through the Jezreel Valley. The ancient documents of Nebuchadnezzar called the Babylonian Chronicles give context to this event. The Assyrian Empire was collapsing and had retreated into the city of Haran. Egypt’s 26th Dynasty had broken away from Assyrian lordship, but still stood by Assyria as an ally. So, when the rising Chaldean chieftain Nabopolasar sent his son, General Nebuchadnezzar, to attack Haran and finish the defeat of the Assyrians in 609 BC, Neco left Egypt to help defend Assyria at Haran. At this point Josiah stepped into the scene of world history to assist God’s plan, as predicted by Jeremiah, that Babylon was rising.

Confession to Action   Facts and Information
Do I work as hard as I trust God?
Trust and confidence in God is important, but one of the things the Lord honors is diligent work.
I will work diligently and labor with all my strength, as I trust God.
  "A little sleep, a little slumber,
    a little folding of the hands to rest—
and poverty will come on
you like a thief

    and scarcity like an
armed man."
- Proverbs 6:10-11
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Robinson's Arch, Jerusalem

A covered water channel in Korazin, Israel which is the stone slabs that
form the ceiling of a mikveh, or a Jewish ritual bath.
(See inside the mikveh here)
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Nehemiah's Wall in Jerusalem 445 BC
  Map detailing Nebuchadnezzar's attack of Judan in 588 BC as recorded by Jeremiah. (click on image for larger size)
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