Joshua was the son of Nun. He lead the Hebrews into Caanan after the death of Moses.

Battle with the AminitesEdit

Joshua was told by Moses to lead the Hebrews into battle against the Aminites who were propearing to attack the people.

Joshua the SpyEdit

When the Children of Israel reached the Jordan River Joshua was sent along with eleven other spies to search out the land. Joshua and Calab were the only ones with enough faith to take a stand to propose that they countinue to go into Caanan.

Joshua the LeaderEdit

After the death of Moses God chose Joshua to lead the people into Caanan.

Counquering CaananEdit

Joshua would fight many battles to take Caanan, the most famous of which is the Battle of Jericho.

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