Sermon Series
  • 1. Occupancy Of The Land

    Contributed on Aug 19, 2023
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    The redeemed people of God had occupied the land under the efficient leadership of Joshua, who succeeded Moses. But the Leadership crises emerged because Joshua did not prepare anyone for the follow up. But God raised up leaders.

    Text: Judges 1 Theme: Occupancy of the Land Introduction: The term JUDGE doesn’t mean someone who sits in a court and decides legal issues. The Hebrew word shaphat has more of the idea of a heroic leader, ruler, saviour, deliverer. “The Hebrew word Shophetim means to put right, and to rule. The ...read more

  • 2. Cycles Of Loss And Victory

    Contributed on Aug 19, 2023
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    Life is full of joy and sadness. It has victories and defeats. Everyone would like to move on with successes but the human errors ruin the life feats. The story of Judges is full of such real stories. Lessons for every generation.

    Text: Judges 2, Theme: Cycles of Loss and Victory Introduction: This chapter gives, of their degeneracy and apostasy. Israel failed, tribe by tribe, to drive the Canaanites from the land as God had commanded them. Judges 2:6 re-introduces the storyline of this book. He provides a key to ...read more

  • 3. First Three Judges

    Contributed on Aug 19, 2023
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    This chapters give us the vivid description about the leaders who served the community at their best. God enabled them to do greater things for Him. Leaders were changed but people lived same life.

    Text: Judges 3, Theme: First Three Judges Othniel (Judges 3:8-11): The First Judge (Judges 1:13). Othniel was the first judge mentioned in this book – here and in the section known as the cycles of the Judges. And he got married to Achsah. He was famous even during Joshua's time. He was used ...read more

  • 4. First Women Leader

    Contributed on Aug 19, 2023
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    Deborah became the First women leader after the settlement of the Israel. She was a powerful women with her strong will power, spirit filled life. She judged people of Israel with authority of God. God raises many leaders in our days.

    Text: Judges 4-5, Theme: First Women Leader in Israel Introduction: Remember that the Book of Judges has several recurring themes. The first is the cycle of sin, suffering, petition, deliverance, and the death of the deliverer—and then the cycle begins once again with sin. The next is the ...read more

  • 5. Book Of Judges Introduction

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    he term JUDGE doesn’t mean someone who sits in a court and decides legal issues. The Hebrew word shaphat has more of the idea of a heroic leader, ruler, saviour, or deliverer.There were fourteen judges in the book, including Deborah and Barak, who served as co-judges.

    LESSON 1 Judge: The term JUDGE doesn’t mean someone who sits in a court and decides legal issues. The Hebrew word shaphat has more of the idea of a heroic leader, ruler, saviour, or deliverer. “The Hebrew word Shophetim means to put right and to rule. The English title is somewhat misleading with ...read more

  • 6. Judges 6-8

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    The story of Gideon is passionate and challenging. He lived a good life but set a bad example to the leaders. God exalted him but he built his own kingdom. Beware of the call.

    Text: Judges 6-8, Theme: Gideon and Israel Part 1 Introduction of Gideon: We will do two studies out of the chapters 6-8. The first one is about the Call and ministry of Gideon, and the second is about the later part of Gideon’s life including his children and their end. His leadership is found ...read more

  • 7. Abimelech

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    After the death of Gideon, Abimelech craved to inherit his father's position of authority over Israel. But as the son of a concubine, he does not enjoy the privilege to succeed. So, Abimelech used money to hire rough, immoral men as paid goons to help him slaughter his brothers.

    Text: Judges 9 Theme: Abimelech Introduction: After the death of Gideon, Abimelech craved to inherit his father's position of authority over Israel. But as the son of a concubine, he does not enjoy the privilege to succeed. So, Abimelech used money to hire rough, immoral men as paid goons to ...read more

  • 8. Two Minor Judges

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    Tola and Jair are two simple minor Judges. They are minor because their stories end in small passages. Tola was a man of Issachar, son of Puah, the son of Dodo. Tola means ‘the crimson worm or red/purple worm.’ This name was used by two people in the Bible.

    Text: Judges 10:1-5 Theme: Two Minor Judges Introduction: Tola and Jair are two simple minor Judges. They are minor because their stories end in small passages. Tola was a man of Issachar, son of Puah, the son of Dodo. He lived in Shamir, in the hill country of Ephraim. Some scholars suggest ...read more

  • 9. Judges 10 Jephtha

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    Jephthah was the son of a harlot, he was thrust out of his family by his half-brothers, became a soldier, then a military commander, and lastly became a Judge. The Lord used this person from a lowly position to deliver Israel from her enemies.

    Text: Judges 10:6-12:7 Theme: Jephthah Episode Life of Jephtha: Jephthah was the son of a harlot, he was thrust out of his family by his half-brothers, became a soldier, then a military commander, and lastly became a Judge from 1087 to 1081 B.C. The Lord used this person from a lowly position to ...read more

  • 10. Three Minor Judges

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    This passage tells us of three judges namely Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon who kept the peace in Israel between periods of trouble. These three judges were the leaders of the people for a time that God had called them.

    Text: Judges 12:9-15 Theme: Three Minor Judges Introduction: Jephthah died after the terrible six years of reign. Israel now enters a period of twenty-five years under three minor judges. This passage tells us of three judges namely Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon who kept the peace in Israel between ...read more

  • 11. Samson

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    A muscle man with a weakness for the ladies. Samson is Israel's final, most dramatic, and most violent judge. Samson broke vows, married outside of the people of Israel twice, and functioned as a fallen leader.

    Text: Judges 13-16 Theme: Samson and Israel Part 1 Introduction: Now we will concentrate on the character of Samson. A muscle man with a weakness for the ladies. Samson is Israel's final, most dramatic, and most violent judge. Samson broke vows, married outside of the people of Israel ...read more

  • 12. Judges 17 - House Priest

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    A man named Micah has lots of money, his mother uses the money to make an idol, and Micah hires a free-lancing Levite as his personal priest. The man Micah had a house of gods, a house of God, as good as that at Shiloh.

    Text: Judges 17 Theme: House Priest Beginning of Idolatry: A man named Micah has lots of money, his mother uses the money to make an idol, and Micah hires a free-lancing Levite as his personal priest. she made it evident that she idolized her son, by telling him she had wholly dedicated this ...read more

  • 13. Tribe Of Dan

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    The Danites seek an inheritance (Judges 18:1-12), Their robbery (Judges 18:13-26), Laish taken, and idolatry consummated (Judges 18:27-31). The Danites decide to find a new place to live. They send five scouts/spies.

    Text: Judges 18 Theme: Tribe of Dan Introduction: The Book of Judges has a two-part introduction (1:1—2:5; 2:6—3:41). The main section (3:5—16:31) deals with the life and times of some of the judges who ruled during this period of time. The final section of Judges has a two-part conclusion. The ...read more

  • 14. A Levite And His Wife

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2023
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    The Danites' idolatry and Benjamin’s' immorality were at the core. The story in Judges 19 is a text of terror, and tragedy. Judges 19 contains a story of misogyny, subjugation, rape, murder, and dismemberment.

    Text: Judges 19 Theme: A Levite and the Problem Introduction: Judges 19-21 contains a most tragic story of the wickedness of the men of Gibeah, patronized by the tribe of Benjamin, for which that tribe was severely chastised and almost entirely cut off by the rest of the tribes (Matthew Henry). ...read more

  • 15. Fight Of The Brothers

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    A civil war broke out. Israelite leaders travelled to Bethel consulted the priest in the presence of the Ark of the Covenant (Judges 20:27). The Lord answered that Judah should go first in the battle. The soldiers of Benjamin emerged from the city and counterattacked.

    Judges 20 Fight of the brothers Introduction: We have seen a Levite has sent the members of the body throughout Israel. A Levite man's concubine was brutally abused and murdered by men from Gibeah, a city in the territory of the tribe of Benjamin (Judges 19:22–28). The Levite dismembered her ...read more

  • 16. Survival Tactics

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    The Elders of Israel devised a plan to save the tribe of Benjamin from extinction. Like the rest of the book, this chapter addresses the flawed morality of the time where everyone did what they felt was right in their own eyes.

    Judges 21 Survival Tactics Introduction: Judges 21 concludes both the book of Judges and the story of the brutal gang rape and alleged murder of a Levite’s concubine by members of the Benjamite tribe. The Lord instructed Israel to attack Benjamin at Gibeah bringing judgment on that city for its ...read more