Joshua and Caleb: Journey to the Promised Land


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Joshua, Caleb, young Gever, and the host of Israel are delivered from bondage, surrender to Yahweh in the Wilderness, and overcome their enemies in the land promised to the forefathers of Israel. Why will only Joshua, Caleb, Gever, and the young children of Israel enter the Promised Land? How will they overcome the giants they fear?

The Spirit of God, the Master, is on me because God anointed me.
He sent me to preach good news to the poor.
Isaiah 61:1

John Paul DeWalt believes he has been anointed by God to:

  • proclaim the Good News of Kingdom prosperity to the poor
  • teach God’s people the difference between the Christian religion and living as citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven
  • use street language – even gutter words – instead of the Christianese of the Church.

John Paul foresees God bringing His people:

  • through revival and reformation of society
  • into ecclesia households for misfits
  • intentional communities and
  • neighborhood improvement.

John Paul writes stories and essays to show his appreciation of God’s love and creative genius. He marvels at the discoveries of astronomy and the intricacies of Creation.

He disdains the practice of religion, rejecting the Church’s overused mantras and its focus on religion instead of taking the Kingdom to the world. He portrays Yahweh’s hope, heartening, and help in the midst of Life’s troubling reality. He champions the inclusion of misfits in the activities of God’s ecclesia.

John Paul enjoys depicting strong women capable of defending themselves and others. He upholds the need for violence to defend truth, justice, and the American way. He champions free enterprise, capital investment, and service for one’s purpose in the marketplace.


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