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A Woman of Many Names: Judges 4–5

A Woman of Many Names: Judges 4–5 Annica Kuiper   For years now, she has listened for the Voice. Sometimes it came out of the whirlwind. Sometimes it came still and small. And sometimes it came with the thunderings of Sinai. In the beginning, it was a quiet Voice. Calling her to do quiet work—speaking, […]

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Deborah

Deborah was Israel’s only female judge recorded in Scripture. Her only family recorded in the text surrounding Judges 4­­–5 is her husband, Lapidoth. Deborah gave advice to the people of Israel at a palm tree between Ramah and Bethel. It was near Mount Ephraim. She is known for her courage and her song to the […]

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Study Guide on the Book of Judges (2)

Week 5: Judges 4:1-24: Deliverance from the Canaanites by Deborah and Barak Chapter 3 recorded God’s work of saving Israel from the Mesopotamians, the Moabites, and the Philistines. What wonderful deliverances! These wonderful works Israel soon forgot, and the familiar cycle of history repeated itself—sin, bondage, repentance, and deliverance. One unique aspect of the deliverance […]

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Deborah

Under a palm tree between the cities of Ramah and Bethel, in the hill country of Ephraim was a tent. A tent to which the children of Israel came to be judged. The person to whom they came was Deborah, a woman whom God chose to be prophetess and judge over His people. Many times […]

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Judges

OUTLINE V Judges 3:1-5 Israel amid the Canaanites, or: The Church in the World. Introduction: This passage of Scripture must not become a bit of ancient Hebrew history.  It will become just that unless we understand that God, in kindergarten style, is holding before us certain eternal Principles.  These principles underlie the Kingdom of heaven.  […]

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