Numbers 26:51 says there were 601,730 family men ready to enter the Promised Land, suggesting a total population of at least two and a half million, including women and children: These were the numbered of the children of Israel, six hundred thousand and a thousand seven hundred and thirty.
Who entered the Promised Land?
Joshua completed the task of leading the Israelites into the Promised Land and of taking possession of it. Joshua also was the leader in renewing the Mosaic covenant with their God. Caleb was from the tribe of Judah
So it is Clear That only Two Person Reached to the Promised Land
How old was Caleb when he entered the promised land?
Caleb indeed went into the Promised Land with Joshua and fought with him for five years. His retirement was to take a mountain and run out the current inhabitants. Caleb was 40 when he went with the 12 spies and returned with Joshua saying we can take the land.
Joshua and Caleb were the only adult Israelites in that first generation who went “into the fullness” of God’s calling. They alone went into the land. “Surely none of the men who came up from Egypt, from twenty years old and above, shall see the land… because they have not wholly followed Me, except Caleb…and Joshua.” Joshua would not only enter the land, he would lead Israel into God’s victory. “Then Moses called Joshua and said to him…you must go with this people to the land…and you shall cause them to inherit it“ (Deuteronomy 31:7). Caleb would not only enter the land, he would still be strengthened by faith in God even in his old age. “Here I am this day, eighty-five years old. As yet I am as strong this day as I was on the day that Moses sent me; just as my strength was then, so now is my strength for war“ (Joshua 14:11).
Unlike Joshua and Caleb, the other Israelites followed the Lord’s calling out from Egypt, but they did not follow Him into the land. Many Christians repeat this same error today. They have followed the Lord as He led them out of the spiritual death of sin and guilt. They are “out of Egypt.” They are forgiven of their sins. They have new life in Christ. However, they do not follow the Lord on “into the land.” They do not follow by faith into abundance of life. They do not follow the Lord in humble dependence for transformation, for fruitfulness, for a life of spiritual victory.
Where is the promised land in the Bible?
The promise was first made to Abraham (Genesis 15:18-21), then confirmed to his son Isaac (Genesis 26:3), and then to Isaac’s son Jacob (Genesis 28:13). The Promised Land was described in terms of the territory from the River of Egypt to the Euphrates river (Exodus 23:31).
Who lived in the promised land before the Israelites?
The Israelites occupied and conquered Palestine, or Canaan, beginning in the late 2nd millennium bc, or perhaps earlier; and the Bible justifies such occupation by identifying Canaan with the Promised Land, the land promised to the Israelites by God.