Yeah, that's a great blessing. Get Hebrews 4:8 in one hand, and then in Stephen's sermon, get Acts 7:45. Hebrews 4:8 For if Jesus had given them rest, then would he not afterward have spoken of another day. Now, plainly, that's a reference to Joshua coming into the land.
And, in Acts 7:45 Which also our fathers that came after brought in with Jesus into the possession of the Gentiles, whom God drave out before the face of our fathers, unto the days of David.
In the New Testament, the Greek will come out, "Iesus," in Greek--like that. Now, that word in all the Greek texts in Acts 7 and Hebrews 4 is "Iesus." So, if the new bibles translate "Joshua," they're not translating the Greek text correctly--after complaining about the King James not doing it. If you want to hang a scholar, hang him right there in Acts 7 and Hebrews 4, because in those passages right there, they have said there that it should be translated "JOSHUA." That word in any Greek text is not Joshua--it's Jesus.
Now, I'll show you what I mean. When Jesus Christ
comes back, He attacks a cursed city--Babylon. Right? There's
a cursed city in here, in Jericho. When He comes back, He comes back
at the end of seven years' tribulation--right? They go around Jericho
seven times. When He comes back, He's the Angel of the Lord coming
back, and the Captain of the Lord's Host in the book of Joshua is the Angel
of the Lord. When Jesus Christ comes back to set up the millennial
land, He divides the land for an inheritance; so when Joshua goes in, he
divides the land for the inheritance. That's the Holy Spirit showing
you that the book of Joshua is a type of the Second Advent.
In the book of Joshua, the sun and the moon stand still, and in the Tribulation the sun and the moon do the same thing again. King James, then, is superior to the Greek. It's superior.