by admin | 9 Aug 2020
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.
|The Difference That Counts (Judges 7:1–22)||Gareth Franks||5 Mar 2015||Listen|
|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|
|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|
|Reflect to Re-engage (Judges 10:1–5)||Stuart Chase||1 Dec 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Bomb Shelter Christianity (Judges 10:6–16)||Stuart Chase||15 Dec 2019||Watch||Listen|
|A Despised Saviour (Judges 10:17–12:7)||Stuart Chase||29 Dec 2019||Watch||Listen|
|An Unwanted Saviour (Judges 13:1–16:31)||Stuart Chase||1 Mar 2020||Watch||Listen|