Joshua and the Promised Land is an insightful analysis of the conditions required for God’s people to cross the Jordan River, enter the Promised Land, and win their battles. The types and figures from the book of Joshua are key foreshadows of what is required for us to enter into the fullness of our God-given inheritance and blessing today.
See that I command thee to be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed; for I, the LORD thy God, am with thee wherever thou goest – Joshua 1:9
About the Book
Joshua and the Promised Land is an insightful analysis of the conditions required for God’s people to cross their own personal Jordan River. It examines the conditions to enter God’s Promised Land. It encourages the believer about how to win their battles. The types and figures from the book of Joshua foreshadow what is required for us to enter into the fullness of God’s inheritance and blessings today.
A Commentary – Joshua 1 – 11
About the Author
Russell Stendal, a former hostage of Colombian rebels, is now a lifelong missionary to that same group. He works as an influential friend to military and government leaders in Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela and the United States. Russell’s ministry shares the gospel across Columbia via twelve radio stations. He regularly gives away hundreds of thousands of Bibles, books and movies. He also distributes the gospel through airplane parachute drops inside the jungle. Russell regularly speaks to groups of leaders and prisoners. He can be regularly found speaking with individuals. Russell goes where the Lord leads. Whether with a president or deep in the jungle to help an individual in trouble. He witnessed thousands commit their lives to Christ.