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The Battle of Jericho

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Down through the ages, many men have risen to the spotlight as great military geniuses. Although it seems that none compared to the strength and leadership of military minds ordained by God Himself in Bible times. One such man is Joshua. He began his military career as a lieutenant of Moses following the Babylonian captivity. When Moses died Joshua assumed his position and led Israel in the conquest of Palestine. This conquest proved to be major turning point in Jewish history by finally capturing God's "Promised Land."

If only the people of Israel had had faith, this "Promised Land" would have been given to them. Despite the fact that the people of this land seemed overwhelming, God promised to deliver them. For this lack of faith, they were punished and caused to wander in the desert for 40 years. After this, Joshua took the leadership role and led Israel...

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