We continue the audio series into week 12, as we read through the book of Joshua as the Israelites finally enter into the Promised Land after all these years of wandering in the Wilderness. Those who disobeyed have died and the new generation are already to enter into the land their ancestors were promised.
We continue into week 11 of the Audio Bible in a year, continuing through Deuteronomy and into Joshua. It's been a long time coming, basically 10 weeks, but now the Israelites are ready to enter the Promised Land! Let's see how it turns out this week!!
The recap at the end of week 10 looks back over the last two weeks and approximately 40 years of wandering in the wilderness. We see them stepping into the biggest event in Israel's history as they step into the Promised Land. This marks a major part of their identity.
We're into double figures now as we move into week 10 of the Audio Bible in a year. In week 10 of the audio Bible in a year we join the Israelites at the edge of the Promised Land as they wait to enter into it. We begin into the book of Deuteronomy this week which is the speech Moses gives to the people before they cross the Jordan to enter the Promised Land. If you have any questions, queries, or if you feel sorry for Moses like I do, get in touch through the facebook page or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this recap we look over the last two weeks and one of the most important passages in the Old Testament as God instructs the people of Israel about the Day of Atonement. Once again God liberates His people.
Week 8 of the audio Bible in a year as we continue and finish off Leviticus (you'll be glad to hear) and start into Numbers. I know at times it can be hard work but as we talked in the recap, this is God setting out the way the Israelites were to get to know Him, and for us today, how we know the character of God and what He cares about. So as hard as it can seem, it's an important part of getting to know God.
We continue into week 7 of the audio Bible in a year, finishing off Exodus and reading Numbers and Leviticus. Although these books (especially Leviticus) can seem tedious, they are important in showing us the detail God has for His people, the care He has for them and the way in which He seeks this society to be ordered.