by admin | 29 Dec 2019
As with all the judges, the story of Jephthah is a story of salvation. His story must be understood in the light of two verses in chapter 10: Verse 13 (“I will save you no more”) and v. 16 (“The LORD became impatient over the misery of Israel”). The Lord did not explicitly appoint Jephthah as Israel’s judge, and there is no indication that he spoke to Jephthah or spoke to anyone about Jephthah, but he did nevertheless, in his growing impatience over Israel’s misery, providentially use him to deliver his people.
An exposition of the book of Judges by Stuart Chase.
|Victory, Defeat, Rebuke (Judges 1:1–2:5)||Stuart Chase||24 Jun 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Insights (Judges 2:6–3:6)||Stuart Chase||30 Sep 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Modelling Salvation (Judges 3:7–11)||Stuart Chase||28 Oct 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Out of Left Field (Judges 3:12–30)||Stuart Chase||6 Jan 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Unconventional Salvation (Judges 3:31)||Stuart Chase||17 Mar 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Going Off-Script (Judges 4:1–5:31)||Stuart Chase||7 Apr 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Getting in the Game (Judges 5:1–31)||Stuart Chase||9 Jun 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Salvation Preparation (Judges 6:1–40)||Stuart Chase||11 Aug 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Jars of Clay (Judges 7:1–8:3)||Stuart Chase||22 Sep 2019||Watch||Listen|
|A Different Agenda (Judges 8:4–28)||Stuart Chase||27 Oct 2019||Watch||Listen|