Today’s verse is a reminder of the power of God. He is able to do the impossible, and he demonstrated this by drying up the Jordan river so that the Israelites could cross over into the promised land. This miraculous event was not just for the benefit of the Israelites, but also for the rest of the world to know that the hand of the LORD is powerful.
This verse is not just about God’s power, it’s also about fear. God wants us to fear him, not out of fear of punishment, but out of reverence and respect. When we fear the LORD, we recognize his greatness and submit ourselves to his will.
As we go about our day, let us remember the power of God and strive to fear him in all that we do. Let us trust in his ability to work miracles in our own lives and submit ourselves to his will. May we always seek to honor him in all that we do.
As we read this verse from Joshua, we see the power of God on display as He dried up the Jordan river for His people to cross. This miraculous event was meant to remind the people of the power of God and to inspire them to always fear and reverence Him. In our own lives, it can be easy to forget the power of God and to take His blessings for granted. But as we remember the great things that God has done in the past, it should inspire us to fear Him and to trust in His power.
So today, let us take a moment to reflect on the power of God and to thank Him for all that He has done for us. Let us also strive to always fear and reverence Him, knowing that He is the one true God who is worthy of our worship and devotion.
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