Majority of the candidates who attempted this question did not perform satisfactorily because they narrated the story of Caleb and Joshua where as they were requested to write on the assurances God gave Joshua on his assumption of office as the leader of Israel.
They ought to mention among other points such as:
But they were able to do justice to the (b) part of the question where they were to mention lessons derived from the episode and this was able to earn them few marks.
- After the death of Moses, the Lord spoke to Joshua.
- He should take the people over Jordan.
- He would not leave him nor forsake him.
- He must remain faithful to the law of Moses to be successful.