Sermons on Judges
Judges 13-16 4 ways that we can praise God as His royal priesthood: Hear your life’s calling. Attend to God’s desires not your own. Identify the world’s temptations and resist them. Return to where your strength comes from. The breakdown in life comes when we deny our calling and use what God created to bring praise to ourselves as opposed to Him.
Judges 6-8 Big Idea: Man’s Force is no match for the G Force of God. G Force caused Gideon anxiety about leading. G Force caused the Israelites to rethink who they follow. G Force caused 300 to destroy thousands. The G-Force of God’s faithfulness will distort our thinking and leave us amazed.
Judges 4:1-3 Man’s power lured the Israelites to fear. God allowed them to feel their fear – Judges 4:6-7 God relieved their fear with a plan Two women fearlessly followed God that day. Judges 4:4-5, 9, 17-22 Faith in God is being available for His plan, designed for His glory, even in the face of fear.
Judges 1-3 The wanderers were led by God to a home. The wanderers let their hearts wander away from God. God tested the wanderers’ and their obedience. The wanderers realized there is no home where God is not present. There is a high price to be paid to get a wanderer back home.