God is king. What happens, however, when we remove God from the picture? What happens when we ignore God’s rightful rule and live as though we were in charge? Judges 9 revels the danger and consequences of leaving God out of the picture
Gideon, like all of us, would not, could not and did not, but God would, could and did.
If there was a way to bottle up peace and sell it, it would be the hottest gift this Mother’s Day. In our text today, there has been chaos in Israel for 20 years. Deborah, a mother in Israel, rises up and to bring peace to her people. But there’s a surprise! It’s not Deborah but someone else who brings peace and gets the glory.
Israel have been handed over again for their rebellion, but God rescues them through an unlikely saviour, showing himself to be far superior than the nations they served.
By nature we naturally forget God and drift toward self-confidence, compromise, and idolatry. God, however, pursues his people with his unrelenting love and undeserved grace.
Bible Text: Judges 2:6-19 | Preacher: Brandon Bonnici | Series: Will The Next Generation Know? | Your generation may be a generation of God worshippers, servers and lovers, but the question is will the next generation be?
Bible Text: Judges 13:1-5 | Preacher: Dave Jensen | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness | What does it mean to be a Christian man?
Bible Text: Judges 19:1-30 | Preacher: Robert Smith
Bible Text: Judges 9:1:56 | Preacher: Ray Galea
Bible Text: Judges 5:1-31 | Preacher: Ray Vassallo