Judges 16:1-31 The “Strength” of God’s People

Today’s podcast looks at the end of the last judge in the book of Judges. It looks at a judge that is unlike all the other judges. A judge who was set apart, dedicated to God, and was told to live a life worthy of that calling. A judge who was drawn to Philistine women and lived a hard life. One that found him constantly living by his own set of rules. Continue reading Judges 16:1-31 The “Strength” of God’s People

Judges 7:1-25 Our Weakness and His Strength

Today’s podcast is the later half of Gideon’s work as the Judge of God’s people. In the previous chapter we have God’s calling of Gideon and really working with Gideon through is fears and weakness and doubt with God’s calling in his life but what we get now is the actual battle to remove the oppression. It’s a story of continued doubt and God revealing that HIS work is at play here and that Gideon doesn’t need to worry about his own strength…because God’s got this already. Continue reading Judges 7:1-25 Our Weakness and His Strength

Judges 3:12-30 God’s Response to Undeserving People

Today’s podcast jumps in to the second Judge in Israel’s history: Ehud. It’s a story that is intentional and meant to be humerous in the facts shared. And yet with all the facts we are given this isn’t a story about Ehud but of God. It’s a story that shows us the intentionality of a Judge all the while declaring the intentionality of God towards his undeserving children. Continue reading Judges 3:12-30 God’s Response to Undeserving People