Though God was with Joshua, Joshua did not do everything Moses did. Yes, both men had a few points in their lives that resembled those in the life of the other, but Joshua was used in a completely different way than how God used Moses. Does that mean God was not with Joshua in the same manner He was with Moses, or did Joshua misinterpret God’s meaning?
…cter who not only studied the life of his predecessor, but was in direct contact with him — Joshua. Joshua was Moses’ right-hand man. Joshua saw just about everything Moses ever did. From parting the Red Sea to getting water out of a rock, Joshua was right there, witnessing how God channeled His power through a mere man. Then, Moses died, and Joshua was next in line to lead the people of Israel into their destiny. The mentee becomes the mentor, and God promises Joshua that He will be present in Joshua’s life just as He was present in Moses’ life.