Hebrews 11 chronicles moments in the life of God’s people that, Alistair Begg explains, are incomprehensible save for faith. At the Red Sea, for instance, Moses and the people journeyed through the waters by faith. Faith also enabled Joshua and his army to conquer Jericho, even as it protected Rahab through the city’s siege. These actions only make sense because of the trustworthiness of God and His purposes—objects of faith that remain just as reliable today.
topics: Biblical Figures, Faith