The territory of Joseph’s descendants, the tribes of Manasseh and Ephraim, is now allocated. But they protest that the enemies are too strong, to which Joshua encourages them to work and war and win.
Antichrist, and antichrists are promised to remain amongst us and are identified as already operating in the days of the apostles. John warns and reminds believers to be distinguished by truth and abide with Christ.
The tribe of Judah gets the lion’s share of territory amongst the tribes. Their borders are marked and cities listed but most special is the story of Caleb, his son-in-law to be, and Caleb’s daughter Achsah.
In part two outlines for us how the doomed world system operates. It lures and stumbles everyone it can through its temptations, causing personal lusts, covetousness and self-exaltation. We must seek God’s will.
Joshua, priests and leaders gather before the Lord to assign tribal territory allotments. Yahweh told Joshua that very much land remains to be possessed. Joshua is old but expected to war on. Caleb impresses us.