GN-Day123 Joshua 24; Psalm 78:1-39; Acts 27:18-44

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JOSHUA 24:In yesterday’s reading, Joshua dismissed the three tribes of warriors to return to their homes to the east of the Jordan. But when they went home, they decided to build an altar as a memorial. But their idea was misunderstood, nearly resulting in war.

PSALM 78a:This poetic recitation of Israel’s history comes at a fitting place in relation to our other Old Testament reading.

ACTS 27b:In yesterday’s reading, Paul, Luke, and Aristarchus started the voyage to Rome, under the command of a Roman officer named Julius. The captain, ship owner, and sailors didn't listen to Paul's prophetic warning, and disaster was the result.

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