He is the great warrior. A protégé of Moses. He was one of the 12 spies that Moses sent out to scout out the Promised Land. He and Caleb were the only two who told the truth about the giants. Only he and Caleb believed that God was bigger than the giants and would indeed give them the Land. And so, Joshua and Caleb were the only two, of all the Hebrew people who left Egypt at the Exodus, they were the only two who were permitted to enter the Promised Land. All the other men and women and children who left Egypt with Moses died in the wilderness.
And Joshua is appointed by Moses to lead the people into the Land for he was a capable military commander. He also became a strong spiritual leader.
Joshua’s story is told throughout the 24 chapters of the Old Testament book that bears his name. There are numerous stories of his faithful belief in God.