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April 24 – Songs of Praise – Who Gets the Credit?

Read Judges 4:1-5:31 Who will get the credit?  Who will receive the recognition?  Deborah told Barak he wasn’t going to be the one.  Even though he would rally 10,000 troops, there would be one whose reputation would be greater than his.  In spite of the … Continue reading

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March 1 – Transformation Testimonies – Gideon

Read Judges 6:1-7:25 We don’t know how he made it to this point. Somehow Gideon had managed to keep his wheat crop alive and away from the ruin of the Midianites. So when the time came for him to thresh what … Continue reading

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October 31 – 35 Prayers in the Bible – Jephthah

Read Judges 11:29-40 “God, if you will just rescue me from this situation, I will…” Have you ever prayed a prayer like that? What was your situation? What was your vow? Did God rescue? Did you keep your promise? Jephthah’s … Continue reading

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January 28: Broken People, Faithful God

Read Judges 21 “In those days there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes” (v. 25). It’s a perfect summary for the weeks we have spent here in this book called Judges. The … Continue reading

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January 27: Called Out of Depravity

Read Judges 20 It was civil war at its worst. An entire tribe of Israel seceded from the nation, and twenty-five thousand men died in just one day of fighting. The troubled Levite who lost his concubine the night they … Continue reading

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January 26: Beyond Wicked

Read Judges 19 If I could take a day off from writing through Judges, trust me when I say today would be that day. I would probably write something like: Everyday With God is offline today due to complete ignorance … Continue reading

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January 25: Micah the Ephraimite

Read Judges 18 Apparently, Micah’s mistaking his own sin for God’s hand of blessing was contagious. When the Danites stole Micah’s made-up temple, full of all the things he wanted to worship, Micah followed them and stood up for himself. … Continue reading

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