Then Moses hiked up from the Moabite plains to Mount Nebo, the peak of the Pisgah slope, which faces Jericho. The LORD showed him the whole land: the Gilead region as far as Dan's territory;
all the parts belonging to Naphtali along with the land of Ephraim and Manasseh, as well as the entirety of Judah as far as the Mediterranean Sea;
also the arid southern plain, and the plain—including the Jericho Valley, Palm City—as far as Zoar.
Then the LORD said to Moses: "This is the land that I swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob when I promised: ‘I will give it to your descendants.' I have shown it to you with your own eyes; however, you will not cross over into it."
Then Moses, the LORD's servant, died—right there in the land of Moab, according to the LORD's command.
The Lord buried him in a valley in Moabite country across from Beth-peor. Even now, no one knows where Moses' grave is.
Moses was 120 years old when he died. His eyesight wasn't impaired, and his vigor hadn't diminished a bit.
Back down in the Moabite plains, the Israelites mourned Moses' death for thirty days. At that point, the time for weeping and for mourning Moses was over.
Joshua, Nun's son, was filled with wisdom because Moses had placed his hands on him. So the Israelites listened to Joshua, and they did exactly what the LORD commanded Moses.
No prophet like Moses has yet emerged in Israel; Moses knew the LORD face-to-face!
That's not even to mention all those signs and wonders that the LORD sent Moses to do in Egypt—to Pharaoh, to all his servants, and to his entire land—
as well as all the extraordinary power that Moses displayed before Israel's own eyes!