"Things We Dare Not Forget"
- Joshua 4:1 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:2 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:3 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:4 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:5 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:6 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:7 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:8 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:9 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:10 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:11 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:12 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:13 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:14 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:15 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:16 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:17 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:18 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:19 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:20 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:21 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:22 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:23 (NASB)
- Joshua 4:24 (NASB)
I. What's the Significance of the Stones?
A. Verse 6 tells us the stones are removed so that they may be a sign which will point to a deeper spiritual truth.
1. Signs also impact present reality, reminding people that the drying up of the waters was a miraculous work only possible by God's working.
2. These stones reveal that what God starts He also finishes.
a. This is made clear by the evidence of verse 19, mentioning the tenth day.
i. The significance of the day was that the LORD had initiated the Passover sacrament
b. Therefore, when things are tough, the people should go to Gilgad and look at the stones, remembering the work of the LORD and His character.
II. Why Remember?
A. It connects us to our foundation—the thins that shape us, define us, and mold us into who we are.
B. It shapes our future.
1. What makes it significant in the case of this passage is the stones, which reminds God's people of what He has done
in His providence to carry and shape His people.
C. It helps us to progress in our faith.
1. Christianity causes us to live in the moments with the understanding that what's in front of us is realistic but NOT ultimate.
a. We can look back but also look forward all the while because there is hope around he corner.
2. The remembrance of the stones reminds us that we have a victory.
a. Matthew 28 tells us that Jesus Christ rolled away "the stone" and sat upon it.
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