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Deepertruth: Apostolic Succession, Authority Continued With Jeff And Don

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Don and Jeff continue the important questions on Authority and how this shapes Evangelization.  

Joshua 1:6-9 the Lord says, “Be firm and steadfast, so that you may give this people possession of the land which I swore to their fathers I would give them. Above all, be firm and steadfast, taking care to observe the entire law which my servant Moses enjoined on you. Do not swerve from it either to the right or to the left, that you may succeed where ever you go. Keep this book of the law on your lips. Recite it by day and by night, that you may observe carefully all that is written in it: then you will successfully attain your goal. I command you: be firm and steadfast! Do not fear nor be dismayed, for the Lord, your God, is with you where ever you go”.

Clearly, Joshua is the successor of Moses. At the end of Joshua’s life, it is interesting that the nation of Israel “served the Lord during the entire lifetime of Joshua and that of the elders who outlived Joshua and knew all that the Lord had done for Israel” (Joshua 24:31).

Joshua would be a bridge between Moses, the placing of the Israelites in the land of milk and honey, and the time of the Judges.

With Joshua’s death, the Elders of Israel consulted the Lord about the Cannaanites who had attacked them.

The following time period Israel is ruled by whom God chose to lead.

The tribes of Jacob were setting up their townships, they were clearing the land for the people of Israel.

Several battles were waged with the Canaanites and Perizzites, Caleb was one of Israels leaders. He is a pre-Judge figure that led the people during this time of war.

Judges 3:10 says that “The spirit of the Lord came upon him (Kenaz), and he judged Isreal’.

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