Have I Not Commanded You
Be Strong and Courageous

"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous!" are the words God spoke to Joshua as he prepared to lead the Hebrews into the Promised Land. 

God said that He would be with Joshua, just as He had been with Moses.

This song is cheerful and strong-sounding; the piano accompaniment will require a bit of skill, but if necessary, a simple chord accompaniment can be made with one of the lead sheets.

Joshua 1:9 from the Bible:

"F" is my favorite key to play this song in.

Please scroll down the page for the links to the free printable PDFs.

Here is a closeup look at the top of that page:

A closeup look at

Here it is in the key of G - easier for a guitar player to play along with!

Have I Not Commended You - a song about the Lord encouraging Joshua

And a closeup view of the BOTTOM of the page:


Here are a couple of lead sheets, in the same keys as above:

Lead sheets

As you can see, just three chords are needed for this easy-to-sing song.





The links to the piano accompaniment music:


Download Have I Not Commanded You in the key of F, for voice and piano


Download Joshua 1:9 song in the key of G



The links to the lead sheets:


Download lead sheet for the key of F


Download lead in the key of G





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