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When Joshua lead the Israelites over the Jordan River on dry land (Joshua 4:4-7), the priests were told to leave twelve stones, representing the twelve tribes of Israel...

What kinds of enemies did Israel have to battle in the promised land?

The prerequisite for perpetuating this eternal and permanent legacy to the whole human race is...

We have six adult children (two sons, a daughter and their spouses) and six grandchildren. Because of this account our theme will be the Twelve Stones Legacy!


We won’t be around forever and neither will you. Has your life in Christ been a testimony that requires children, grandchildren, extended families, neighbors and friends to ask, "What, if anything is God doing with my life?"

When Joshua lead the Israelites over the Jordan River on dry land (Joshua 4:4-7), the priests were told to leave twelve stones, representing the twelve tribes of Israel, in the middle of the river at the exact location where God had miraculously delivered Israel into the promised land. These priests were to leave another twelve stones at their camp on the shore. Joshua 4:6 and 7 records that the stones were to …serve as a sign among you. In the future, when your children ask you, "What do these stones mean?" tell them that the flow of the Jordan was cut off when the ark of the covenant of the Lord crossed over. These stones are to be a memorial to the people of Israel forever.

In the following ways this historical event of Israel crossing the Jordan is analogous to our spiritual deliverance from our personal wilderness experience. 1) It was a miracle. Jesus Christ paid the penalty for our having missed the mark. 2) As with the Israelites, the Lord was willing because of his unconditional love, mercy and grace to shower us (His Bride, the Church) with spiritual blessings (Ephesians chapters 1-3). We wish to share those spiritual blessings with you.