87 YAHSHUA APPOINTED AS MOSHEH's SUCCESSOR
Mosheh appoints Yahshua his successor. YAHWEH encourages Yahshua. Mosheh teaches the children of Yisrael to Walk in the Way of YAHWEH. He goes up to Mount Abarim and dies there.
1 At that time YAHWEH said to Mosheh, Behold your days are approaching to an end, take now Yahshua the son of Nun your servant and place him in the tabernacle, and I will command him, and Mosheh did so.
2 And YAHWEH appeared in the tabernacle in a pillar of cloud, and the pillar of cloud stood at the entrance of the tabernacle.
3 And YAHWEH commanded Yahshua the son of Nun and said unto him, Be strong and courageous, for you shalt bring the children of Yisrael to the land which I swore to give them, and I will be with you.
4 And Mosheh said to Yahshua, Be strong and courageous, for you wilt make the children of Yisrael inherit the land, and YAHWEH will be with you, he will not leave you nor forsake you, be not afraid nor disheartened.
5 And Mosheh called to all the children of Yisrael and said to them, You have seen all the good which YAHWEH your Elohim has done for you in the wilderness.
6 Now therefore observe all the words of this law, and walk in the way of YAHWEH your Elohim, turn not from the way which YAHWEH has commanded you, either to the right or to the left.
7 And Mosheh taught the children of Yisrael statutes and judgments and laws to do in the land as YAHWEH had commanded him.
8 And he taught them the way of YAHWEH and his laws; behold they are written upon the book of the law of YAHWEH which he gave to the children of Yisrael by the hand of Mosheh.
9 And Mosheh finished commanding the children of Yisrael, and YAHWEH said to him, saying, Go up to the Mount Abarim and die there, and be gathered unto your people as Aaron your brother was gathered.
10 And Mosheh went up as YAHWEH had commanded him, and he died there in the land of Moab by the order of YAHWEH, in the fortieth year from the Yisraelites going forth from the land of Egypt.
11 And the children of Yisrael wept for Mosheh in the plains of Moab for thirty days, and the days of weeping and mourning for Mosheh were completed.