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  1. 4 out of 5

    Justin Roland

    This book comes highly recommended by Skip Heitzig, and it did not disappoint. This is the best commentary on a book of the Bible that I have read. Written in 1955, the application and the truths of Joshua are timeless. The content is very easy to read as well

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kendra

    Redpath is a modern prophet with powerful insight into Joshua's journey. Truly a life-altering study that should be read again and again. Redpath is a modern prophet with powerful insight into Joshua's journey. Truly a life-altering study that should be read again and again.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ariel Lobdell

    Challenging, love parallels drawn from Joshua. A bit too much old work theology for my tastes.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sandi

    A very uplifting read that covers the book of Joshua. Redpath clearly drives home the theme of Joshua which is how to live an abundant Christian life. The message is clear: fulfillment as a believer in Christ comes from daily yielding our lives to Him for His planned and good purposes. Too many Christians, Redpath claims, enter into salvation but fail to lay hold of a vibrant Christian life through the process of sanctification. I was encouraged by Joshua’s close walk with God and challenged to A very uplifting read that covers the book of Joshua. Redpath clearly drives home the theme of Joshua which is how to live an abundant Christian life. The message is clear: fulfillment as a believer in Christ comes from daily yielding our lives to Him for His planned and good purposes. Too many Christians, Redpath claims, enter into salvation but fail to lay hold of a vibrant Christian life through the process of sanctification. I was encouraged by Joshua’s close walk with God and challenged to look at areas of my own life where I might be holding onto idols that get in the way of a vibrant relationship with the Savior.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lalrosiem Songate

    I recently bought this book in its kindle edition. I have read this book several times about thirty years ago during the formative years of my spiritual development. As a young Christian with very limited knowledge of the Scripture, it helped me a lot in understanding the book of Joshua and also helped me see how Old Testament books are related to the New Testament books. It also helped me a lot in overcoming my own spiritual struggles of those times and even till today. This is a must read for I recently bought this book in its kindle edition. I have read this book several times about thirty years ago during the formative years of my spiritual development. As a young Christian with very limited knowledge of the Scripture, it helped me a lot in understanding the book of Joshua and also helped me see how Old Testament books are related to the New Testament books. It also helped me a lot in overcoming my own spiritual struggles of those times and even till today. This is a must read for young and growing Christians who are sincerely interested in building up their Christian characters!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Evert Dutoit

    Full of Christian wisdom Not necessarily an easy read, but chock full of Christian wisdom. It might be that it wasn't easy to read because it was so personally challenging. Please Lord give me the strength to put into practice what this teaches. Full of Christian wisdom Not necessarily an easy read, but chock full of Christian wisdom. It might be that it wasn't easy to read because it was so personally challenging. Please Lord give me the strength to put into practice what this teaches.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cory Briggs

    Pretty good I would recommend this book for one who doesn't know the Bible well. However I wanted more explanation concerning the book of Joshua. I thought more could be said about Joshua. The final chapters were good and at times even powerful. Pretty good I would recommend this book for one who doesn't know the Bible well. However I wanted more explanation concerning the book of Joshua. I thought more could be said about Joshua. The final chapters were good and at times even powerful.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tim Johnson

    One of my favorite books ever!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Matt LACEY

    Very enjoyable Alan has long since left this earth but he has drawn timeless wisdom from the book Joshua, this book delighted me!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Highly recommend Best book I've ever been required to read. Get out your highlighter. Highly recommend Best book I've ever been required to read. Get out your highlighter.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chris Risley

    Great short devotional chapters

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alex Richmond

    This is a book that I found in my grandfathers collection, a little study shows that the book is over 50 years old, and the timing that I found the book was intriguing enough to get me to read it. I was reading the book of Joshua, so I could read a Christian fiction story following Caleb during that time, this book seemed like a good addition to my study of that part of the Bible. I want to start my review on a positive note. Despite this books age, it's message is still clear and is in no way da This is a book that I found in my grandfathers collection, a little study shows that the book is over 50 years old, and the timing that I found the book was intriguing enough to get me to read it. I was reading the book of Joshua, so I could read a Christian fiction story following Caleb during that time, this book seemed like a good addition to my study of that part of the Bible. I want to start my review on a positive note. Despite this books age, it's message is still clear and is in no way dated in terms of how the author discusses The Christian faith. Alan Redpath is dedicated to his faith, and even though I do not agree with everything that he has said, I do enjoy how he was able to take the book of Joshua and use it to discuss the entire Christian faith as a whole, and how we should live a good life. That said, two issues stood out to me. The first, was very early on he mentions that Jesus went to church on Sunday. As a Seventh-day Adventist, I am used people talking about going to church on Sunday, but never have I heard someone say that Jesus, a man who kept a strict Jewish faith, went to church on the first day of the week. Faith aside for a moment, this would be historically incorrect, and as far as I can find is the only real glaring issue in the book. The second is she was much smaller, and is more of a difference in opinion, and that is how he describes idolatry near the end of the book. He could be looking at it from a completely different standpoint and in his own way be correct, but the typical understanding about idolatry is not how I feel he described it. For those who are looking for a more serious study of the Bible, particularly the book of Joshua or the old testament, will enjoy this book. That said, do not expect a quick read, or a light handling on house I want to live a Christian life. The author is highly conservative in terms of how he handles his faith, and absolute loyalty to God. This is not to say that it is a bad thing, I admire the man's dedication. But this is not something that those who only casually follow religion will find as enjoyable, not unless they are able to keep an open mind and how Alan handles and discuss his faith.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brad Shockley

    This book was first printed in 1971, and, though it never made any publisher's best seller list, it made mine a few years back when I came across an old, worn copy by accident. It's not a literary masterpiece. The language is dated. But the message it contains is life changing for someone already a Christian but wondering if there isn't more. Redpath takes us with the Israelites as they leave Egypt and head for Canaan. And he shows us how their journey is our journey spiritually. Get ready. Canaa This book was first printed in 1971, and, though it never made any publisher's best seller list, it made mine a few years back when I came across an old, worn copy by accident. It's not a literary masterpiece. The language is dated. But the message it contains is life changing for someone already a Christian but wondering if there isn't more. Redpath takes us with the Israelites as they leave Egypt and head for Canaan. And he shows us how their journey is our journey spiritually. Get ready. Canaan, the Promised Land, is NOT a picture of heaven. It represents something we can know right now.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Yan

    It's a great commentary on the book of Joshua from the application perspective. Many commentaries mainly focus on interpretation. This one is quite different. It's addressed to Christians, who are saved but are not living the victorious life to the fullness. It's enlightening and practical at the same time. It's a great commentary on the book of Joshua from the application perspective. Many commentaries mainly focus on interpretation. This one is quite different. It's addressed to Christians, who are saved but are not living the victorious life to the fullness. It's enlightening and practical at the same time.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Susanna Mensah

  16. 4 out of 5

    Karon Hurlbut

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jason Puckett

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Leist

  19. 5 out of 5

    Adam

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marc

  21. 5 out of 5

    Susan

  22. 4 out of 5

    Peter

  23. 4 out of 5

    Chris Wooten

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Dunn

  25. 4 out of 5

    Justin Newcomb

  26. 5 out of 5

    Paul

  27. 4 out of 5

    Staci

  28. 5 out of 5

    Eric Chang

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kade

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jaakko Haapanen

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