Here's what we're wondering about: Joshua 24:1-3a, 14-25
Joshua, who was Moses' helper, became a leader after Moses died. Joshua is going to lead the people into the Promised Land - at last! In today's reading, he's making sure that the people are committed to what's happening. He reminds them of their ancestors and choices made long ago, and where they are now, and where they are going. It's time to make an important choice. Joshua asks them: "Who will you serve? Will you serve the Lord?"
Joshua encourages them, "Put away those other gods, from times before and long ago. Choose instead to serve the Lord! Make your choice. As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord."
I wonder what is the most important part of this story?
I wonder what the people in Joshua's house felt?
Have ever had to make a choice?
Who serves you? Whom do you serve?
I wonder what you might leave out of this story, and still have everything you need?
I wonder where you are in this story?