Joshua 22
Bible Study Questions

1. What can we learn from the obedience of the Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh?

2. In modern terms, how can we "observe the commandment and the law" as told by Joshua?

3. How does the reaction of the Israelites to the construction of the altar reflect their dedication to God?

4. How can misunderstandings in faith and practices lead to conflicts within a community?

5. Why did the Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh build an altar, and how can we relate this to the ways we ensure continuity of faith in our families?

6. What does the incident of the altar teach us about the importance of communication in resolving conflicts?

7. How does the explanation of the Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh reflect their faithfulness to God?

8. How can you avoid misunderstandings in your religious community?

9. How can we create "altars" or symbols that remind us of our faith in God?

10. How does this chapter challenge you to maintain unity within your community of faith?

11. Reflect on a time when you faced a misunderstanding because of your faith. How did you handle it?

12. What measures can we take to prevent "breach of faith" in our communities?

13. How does Phinehas' response represent wise leadership?

14. How can we apply the principle of understanding and reconciliation in our daily life?

15. How can you encourage others in your community to avoid hasty judgements and seek understanding first?

16. How did this incident strengthen the unity among the tribes of Israel?

17. How can you create a "witness" in your life to remind you and others of God's presence?

18. Why was naming the altar important for the Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh?

19. What can you do today to ensure that your actions are not misinterpreted by others?

20. How can we ensure that our actions today serve as a positive witness for future generations?

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