Previously, we saw Gideon at his best: recognising his own weakness and relying on God’s strength to accomplish God’s purposes. The text before us now portrays him in a far less flattering light. We see a different saviour, who behaves in a very different way, with a very different motivation. These differences make sense when the writer reveals his hidden agenda.
Scripture References: Judges 8:4-28
An exposition of the book of Judges by Stuart Chase.
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|A Different Agenda (Judges 8:4–28)||Stuart Chase||27 Oct 2019||Watch||Listen|