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My favorite episode this week: Joshua 21.

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(Josh 21:45) 
Not a single one of all the good promises theΒ LordΒ had given to the family of Israel was left unfulfilled; everything he had spoken came true.

Observation: This verse has been our theme throughout the reading of the book of Joshua. Joshua is about to end his journey and will quickly pass off the leadership reigns to the next generation. In this book's writing, he quickly reminds everyone what his true legacy should be.

The most incredible legacy we can have has nothing to do with us. Think about it. We never really get to write our legacy. People decide that after we are gone. It is also determined by people's perception, which is only part of the story. Therefore, the most incredible legacy we can have is that God was faithful the entire way. I cannot imagine a better legacy than to say God did everything He promised He would do. This gives me hope for today and hope for tomorrow.

Application: Live a life that will bring glory to God.

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