While Sean prepares to cook lobster ice-cream, Leanne tends to Jericho. As day turns to night, Sean heads upstairs and sneaks between the walls, bugging a teddy bear in a bid to spy on Leanne and find out what she may be hiding.
On the seventh day, the Lord commanded the Israelites to march around the city seven times, not just once. The people knew that after the seventh time, when they heard the trumpets, they were supposed to shout as loud as they could. That is exactly what they did. When the priests blew the trumpets, the people shouted at the top of their voices. Guess what happened All of the strong walls of Jericho broke into small pieces and fell down flat!
This is a good lesson. Just one more note of information on the story of the walls falling down. When the walls fell, they fell outward, not inward. Early archeological diggings have confirmed this. Why is this significant Because if the Israelites were trying to get in, they would push the walls in. God pushed the walls out.
DEAN and SAM are in full research mode, with images and articles taped to the walls and strewn across the beds, and SAM is looking at something on the computer. DEAN is reading something on one bed while sitting on the other. 59ce067264