As we have studied the book of Judges, we’ve learned that things don’t always go as expected. If Othniel, Israel’s first judge, was the ideal judge, things started to go strangely off-script immediately afterwards. Othniel was an Israelite of Israelites, a trained and experienced warrior, a man of upstanding character, the obvious choice to lead God’s people. He created the template, which we would expect to be followed quite closely. But the second judge (Ehud) was a handicapped assassin, while the third was not even an Israelite. Could things go any more off-script? Enter Israel’s fourth judge: Deborah.
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|