Compare Translations for Joshua 24:29

Joshua 24:29 ASV
And it came to pass after these things, that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of Jehovah, died, being a hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 ASV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 ASV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 BBE
Now after these things, the death of Joshua, the son of Nun, the servant of the Lord, took place, he being then a hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 BBE  |  Read Joshua 24:29 BBE in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 CEB
After these events, Joshua, Nun's son, the LORD's servant, died. He was 110.
Read Joshua 24 CEB  |  Read Joshua 24:29 CEB in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 CJB
After this, Y'hoshua the son of Nun, the servant of ADONAI, died; he was 110 years old.
Read Joshua 24 CJB  |  Read Joshua 24:29 CJB in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 RHE
And after these things Josue the son of Nun the servant of the Lord died, being a hundred and ten years old:
Read Joshua 24 RHE  |  Read Joshua 24:29 RHE in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 ESV
After these things Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being 110 years old.
Read Joshua 24 ESV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 ESV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 GW
After these events, the LORD's servant Joshua, son of Nun, died. He was 110 years old.
Read Joshua 24 GW  |  Read Joshua 24:29 GW in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 GNT
After that, the Lord's servant Joshua son of Nun died at the age of a hundred and ten.
Read Joshua 24 GNT  |  Read Joshua 24:29 GNT in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 HNV
It happened after these things, that Yehoshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being one hundred ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 HNV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 HNV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 CSB
After these things, the Lord's servant, Joshua son of Nun, died at the age of 110.
Read Joshua 24 CSB  |  Read Joshua 24:29 CSB in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 KJV
And it came to pass after these things, that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died , being an hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 KJV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 KJV in parallel  |  Interlinear view
Joshua 24:29 LEB
After these things Joshua son of Nun servant of Yahweh died; {he was one hundred and ten years old}.
Read Joshua 24 LEB  |  Read Joshua 24:29 LEB in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 NAS
It came about after these things that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being one hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 NAS  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NAS in parallel  |  Interlinear view
Joshua 24:29 NCV
After that, Joshua son of Nun died at the age of one hundred ten.
Read Joshua 24 NCV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NCV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 NIRV
Then Joshua, the servant of the Lord, died. He was the son of Nun. He was 110 years old when he died.
Read Joshua 24 NIRV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NIRV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 NIV
After these things, Joshua son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died at the age of a hundred and ten.
Read Joshua 24 NIV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NIV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 NKJV
Now it came to pass after these things that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the Lord, died, being one hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 NKJV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NKJV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 NLT
Soon after this, Joshua son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died at the age of 110.
Read Joshua 24 NLT  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NLT in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 NRS
After these things Joshua son of Nun, the servant of the Lord, died, being one hundred ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 NRS  |  Read Joshua 24:29 NRS in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 RSV
After these things Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being a hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 RSV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 RSV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 DBY
And it came to pass after these things, that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of Jehovah, died, a hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 DBY  |  Read Joshua 24:29 DBY in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 MSG
After all this, Joshua son of Nun, the servant of God, died. He was 110 years old.
Read Joshua 24 MSG  |  Read Joshua 24:29 MSG in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 WBT
And it came to pass after these things, that Joshua the son of Nun the servant of the LORD died, [being] a hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 WBT  |  Read Joshua 24:29 WBT in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 TMB
And it came to pass after these things that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being a hundred and ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 TMB  |  Read Joshua 24:29 TMB in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 TNIV
After these things, Joshua son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died at the age of a hundred and ten.
Read Joshua 24 TNIV  |  Read Joshua 24:29 TNIV in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 WEB
It happened after these things, that Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of Yahweh, died, being one hundred ten years old.
Read Joshua 24 WEB  |  Read Joshua 24:29 WEB in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 WYC
And after these things Joshua, the son of Nun, the servant of the Lord, died, an hundred years eld and ten (and he was a hundred and ten years old).
Read Joshua 24 WYC  |  Read Joshua 24:29 WYC in parallel  
Joshua 24:29 YLT
And it cometh to pass, after these things, that Joshua son of Nun, servant of Jehovah, dieth, a son of a hundred and ten years,
Read Joshua 24 YLT  |  Read Joshua 24:29 YLT in parallel  

Joshua 24 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 24

God's benefits to their fathers. (1-14) Joshua renews the covenant between the people and God. (15-28) Joshua's death, Joseph's bones buried, The state of Israel. (29-33)

Verses 1-14 We must never think our work for God done, till our life is done. If he lengthen out our days beyond what we expected, like those of Joshua, it is because he has some further service for us to do. He who aims at the same mind which was in Christ Jesus, will glory in bearing the last testimony to his Saviour's goodness, and in telling to all around, the obligations with which the unmerited goodness of God has bound him. The assembly came together in a solemn religious manner. Joshua spake to them in God's name, and as from him. His sermon consists of doctrine and application. The doctrinal part is a history of the great things God had done for his people, and for their fathers before them. The application of this history of God's mercies to them, is an exhortation to fear and serve God, in gratitude for his favour, and that it might be continued.

Verses 15-28 It is essential that the service of God's people be performed with a willing mind. For LOVE is the only genuine principle whence all acceptable service of God can spring. The Father seeks only such to worship him, as worship him in spirit and in truth. The carnal mind of man is enmity against God, therefore, is not capable of such spiritual worship. Hence the necessity of being born again. But numbers rest in mere forms, as tasks imposed upon them. Joshua puts them to their choice; but not as if it were indifferent whether they served God or not. Choose you whom ye will serve, now the matter is laid plainly before you. He resolves to do this, whatever others did. Those that are bound for heaven, must be willing to swim against the stream. They must not do as the most do, but as the best do. And no one can behave himself as he ought in any station, who does not deeply consider his religious duties in family relations. The Israelites agree with Joshua, being influenced by the example of a man who had been so great a blessing to them; We also will serve the Lord. See how much good great men do, by their influence, if zealous in religion. Joshua brings them to express full purpose of heart to cleave to the Lord. They must come off from all confidence in their own sufficiency, else their purposes would be in vain. The service of God being made their deliberate choice, Joshua binds them to it by a solemn covenant. He set up a monument of it. In this affecting manner Joshua took his last leave of them; if they perished, their blood would be upon their own heads. Though the house of God, the Lord's table, and even the walls and trees before which we have uttered our solemn purposes of serving him, would bear witness against us if we deny him, yet we may trust in him, that he will put his fear into our hearts, that we shall not depart from him. God alone can give grace, yet he blesses our endeavours to engage men to his service.

Verses 29-33 Joseph died in Egypt, but gave commandment concerning his bones, that they should not rest in their grave till Israel had rest in the land of promise. Notice also the death and burial of Joshua, and of Eleazar the chief priest. The most useful men, having served their generation, according to the will of God, one after another, fall asleep and see corruption. But Jesus, having spent and ended his life on earth more effectually than either Joshua or Joseph, rose from the dead, and saw no corruption. And the redeemed of the Lord shall inherit the kingdom he prepared for them from the foundation of the world. They will say in admiration of the grace of Jesus, Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood, and hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father, to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.

Joshua 24 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 24

Joshua 24:1 . JOSHUA ASSEMBLING THE TRIBES.

1. Joshua gathered all the tribes of Israel to Shechem--Another and final opportunity of dissuading the people against idolatry is here described as taken by the aged leader, whose solicitude on this account arose from his knowledge of the extreme readiness of the people to conform to the manners of the surrounding nations. This address was made to the representatives of the people convened at Shechem, and which had already been the scene of a solemn renewal of the covenant ( Joshua 8:30 Joshua 8:35 ). The transaction now to be entered upon being in principle and object the same, it was desirable to give it all the solemn impressiveness which might be derived from the memory of the former ceremonial, as well as from other sacred associations of the place ( Genesis 12:6 Genesis 12:7 , 33:18-20 , 35:2-4 ).
they presented themselves before God--It is generally assumed that the ark of the covenant had been transferred on this occasion to Shechem; as on extraordinary emergencies it was for a time removed ( Judges 20:1-18 , 1 Samuel 4:3 , 2 Samuel 15:24 ). But the statement, not necessarily implying this, may be viewed as expressing only the religious character of the ceremony [HENGSTENBERG].

Joshua 24:2-13 . RELATES GOD'S BENEFITS.

2. Joshua said unto all the people--His address briefly recapitulated the principal proofs of the divine goodness to Israel from the call of Abraham to their happy establishment in the land of promise; it showed them that they were indebted for their national existence as well as their peculiar privileges, not to any merits of their own, but to the free grace of God.
Your fathers dwelt on the other side of the flood--The Euphrates, namely, at Ur.
Terah, the father of Abraham, and the father of Nachor--(see Genesis 11:27 ). Though Terah had three sons, Nahor only is mentioned with Abraham, as the Israelites were descended from him on the mother's side through Rebekah and her nieces, Leah and Rachel.
served other gods--conjoining, like Laban, the traditional knowledge of the true God with the domestic use of material images ( Genesis 31:19 Genesis 31:34 ).

3. I took your father Abraham from the other side of the flood, and led him throughout all the land of Canaan--It was an irresistible impulse of divine grace which led the patriarch to leave his country and relatives, to migrate to Canaan, and live a "stranger and pilgrim" in that land.

4. I gave unto Esau mount that he might be no obstacle to Jacob and his posterity being the exclusive heirs of Canaan.

12. I sent the hornet before you--a particular species of wasp which swarms in warm countries and sometimes assumes the scourging character of a plague; or, as many think, it is a figurative expression for uncontrollable terror

14-28. Now therefore fear the Lord, and serve him in sincerity and in truth--After having enumerated so many grounds for national gratitude, Joshua calls on them to declare, in a public and solemn manner, whether they will be faithful and obedient to the God of Israel. He avowed this to be his own unalterable resolution, and urged them, if they were sincere in making a similar avowal, "to put away the strange gods that were among them"--a requirement which seems to imply that some were suspected of a strong hankering for, or concealed practice of, the idolatry, whether in the form of Zabaism, the fire-worship of their Chaldean ancestors, or the grosser superstitions of the Canaanites.

26. Joshua wrote these words in the book of the law of God--registered the engagements of that solemn covenant in the book of sacred history.
took a great stone--according to the usage of ancient times to erect stone pillars as monuments of public transactions.
set it up there under an oak--or terebinth, in all likelihood, the same as that at the root of which Jacob buried the idols and charms found in his family.
that was by the sanctuary of the Lord--either the spot where the ark had stood, or else the place around, so called from that religious meeting, as Jacob named Beth-el the house of God.

Joshua 24:29 Joshua 24:30 . HIS AGE AND DEATH.

29, 30. Joshua . . . died--LIGHTFOOT computes that he lived seventeen, others twenty-seven years, after the entrance into Canaan. He was buried, according to the Jewish practice, within the limits of his own inheritance. The eminent public services he had long rendered to Israel and the great amount of domestic comfort and national prosperity he had been instrumental in diffusing among the several tribes, were deeply felt, were universally acknowledged; and a testimonial in the form of a statue or obelisk would have been immediately raised to his honor, in all parts of the land, had such been the fashion of the times. The brief but noble epitaph by the historian is, Joshua, "the servant of the Lord."

31. Israel served the Lord all the days of Joshua--The high and commanding character of this eminent leader had given so decided a tone to the sentiments and manners of his contemporaries and the memory of his fervent piety and many virtues continued so vividly impressed on the memories of the people, that the sacred historian has recorded it to his immortal honor. "Israel served the Lord all the days of Joshua, and all the days of the elders that overlived Joshua."

32. the bones of Joseph--They had carried these venerable relics with them in all their migrations through the desert, and deferred the burial, according to the dying charge of Joseph himself, till they arrived in the promised land. The sarcophagus, in which his mummied body had been put, was brought thither by the Israelites, and probably buried when the tribe of Ephraim had obtained their settlement, or at the solemn convocation described in this chapter.
in a parcel of ground which Jacob bought . . . for an hundred pieces of silver--Kestitah translated, "piece of silver," is supposed to mean "a lamb," the weights being in the form of lambs or kids, which were, in all probability, the earliest standard of value among pastoral people. The tomb that now covers the spot is a Mohammedan Welce, but there is no reason to doubt that the precious deposit of Joseph's remains may be concealed there at the present time.

33. Eleazar the son of Aaron died, and they buried him in . . . mount Ephraim--The sepulchre is at the modern village Awertah, which, according to Jewish travellers, contains the graves also of Ithamar, the brother of Phinehas, the son of Eleazar [VAN DE VELDE].