“By faith, the walls of Jericho fell down, after they were compassed about seven days.”
“They” were the Children of Israel, God’s chosen people. Their leader at the time was Joshua who took over the reins after Moses’s death. Jericho was a city surround by a wall. God told Joshua the city was theirs for the taking, BUT… There was a but. God didn’t hand it over to them on a silver platter. Instead, God gave Joshua a battle plan to deliver to His people.
God delivered Joshua an unusual strategic battle plan. He was to have his armed men march around the city once each day, for six days, in total silence. No use of weapons, no jumping over the wall, and to keep their mouths shut. There were seven priests, too, bearing seven trumpets of rams’ horns before the ark. On the seventh day, they were…
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