SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:10 Y añadió Josué: En esto conoceréis que el Dios viviente está en medio de vosotros, y que él echará de delante de vosotros al cananeo, y al heteo, y al heveo, y al ferezeo, y al gergeseo, y al amorreo, y al jebuseo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 3:10 Verse 10. Hereby ye shall know that the living God is among you] The Israelites were apt to be discouraged, and to faint at even the appearance of danger; it was necessary, therefore, that they should have the fullest assurance of the presence and assistance of God in the important enterprise on which they were now entering. They are to combat idolaters, who have nothing to trust in and help them but gods of wood, stone, and metal: whereas they are to have the living God in the midst of them-HE who is the author of life and of being- who can give, or take it away, at his pleasure; and who by this miracle proved that he had undertaken to guide and defend them: and Joshua makes this manifestation of God the proof that he will drive out the Hittites, Hivites, &c, before them. With regard to the situation of each of these nations in the land of Canaan, Calmet remarks, that those called CANAANITES chiefly inhabited what is called Phoenicia, the environs of Tyre and Sidon: the HITTITES occupied the mountains, southward of the promised land: the HIVITES dwelt by Ebal and Gerizim, Sichem and Gibeon, towards the mountains of Hermon: the PERIZZITES were probably not a distinct nation or tribe, but rather villagers, scattered through the country in general: the GIRGASHITES possessed the country beyond the Jordan, towards the lake of Gennesareth: the JEBUSITES possessed Jerusalem: and the AMORITES occupied the mountainous country in the vicinity of the western part of the Dead Sea, and also that part of the land of Moab which the Israelites conquered from Sihon and Og.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. And Joshua said , etc.] To the people as follows: hereby ye shall know that the living God [is] among you ; who has life in and of himself, and is the author of life to all his creatures; and is so called in opposition to the lifeless idols of the Gentiles: and it may be, as Abarbinel observes, to suggest to them, that though Moses was dead, the Lord lived, and lives for evermore; and by the following miracle of dividing the waters of Jordan, it would be a plain case that the Lord was yet among them, to protect and defend them, deliver and save them: and [that] he will without fail drive out from before you the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Hivites, and the Perizzites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Jebusites ; all the seven nations are mentioned, even the Girgashites, who are sometimes omitted, to assure them of the expulsion of them all, to make way for their entire possession of the land of Canaan, as had been promised them.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-13 - The waters of Jordan shall be cut off. This must be done in such a wa as never was done, but in the dividing of the Red sea. That miracle i here repeated; God has the same power to finish the salvation of his people, as to begin it; the WORD of the Lord was as truly with Joshu as with Moses. God's appearances for his people ought to encourag faith and hope. God's work is perfect, he will keep his people Jordan's flood cannot keep out Israel, Canaan's force cannot turn the out again.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 יהושׁע 3091 בזאת 2063 תדעון 3045 כי 3588 אל 410 חי 2416 בקרבכם 7130 והורשׁ 3423 יורישׁ 3423 מפניכם 6440 את 853 הכנעני 3669 ואת 853 החתי 2850 ואת 853 החוי 2340 ואת 853 הפרזי 6522 ואת 853 הגרגשׁי 1622 והאמרי 567 והיבוסי׃ 2983