Joshua 22:5

Joshua 22:5

But take diligent heed to do the commandment and the law
The ten commandments, and all other laws, both ceremonial and civil:

which Moses the servant of the Lord charged you;
in the name of the Lord, to keep and observe:

to love the Lord your God;
of which keeping the commands of God is an evidence, and which is the true principle and motive of hearty, sincere, and cheerful obedience to them:

and to walk in all his ways;
which he has prescribed, all his ways of worship, paths of duty, faith, truth, holiness, and righteousness:

and to keep his commandments;
whether moral, ceremonial, or judicial: whether of natural and moral obligation, or of positive institution:

and to cleave unto him;
and not depart from his ways, worship, word, and ordinances:

and to serve him with all your heart, and with all your soul:
in the most strict and affectionate manner. This advice Joshua thought proper to give them, and inculcate into them, now they were about to leave their brethren, and go on the other side Jordan; where they would be at a distance from the tabernacle, altar, and service of God, and might be under temptation to relinquish it, and set up another form of worship elsewhere.