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Judges Chapter 4

The Israelites were living under the leadership of judges, whom the Lord had raised up to deliver His people. Ehud had delivered the people from the oppression of the Moabites when he killed their king, Eglon. 1,442 more words

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Judges Chapter 3

This chapter finishes the introduction portion of the book of Judges and begins the history of the twelve judges of Israel (see Bible Dictionary). The judges were established by the Lord for the people. 1,829 more words

The Old Testament

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I’ve loved camping in Exodus and Deutoronmy multiple times over the years. The story of the Israelietes bondage, rescue, wilderness refinement, and arrival in the Promise Land has been so relatable, rich, and influential in my walk with The Lord. 674 more words

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Jesus lifted "The Old Law"? NOPE.

How often do you hear from Christians in denial of The Old Testament that Jesus lifted “The Old Law”? 288 more words


Judges Chapter 2

This chapter continues the introduction into the book of Judges. It is good to note that the book of Judges is not in chronological order starting from the events in the book of Joshua. 1,383 more words

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Judges Chapter 1

When Moses was preparing the people for his death, the Lord called Joshua as the next prophet and leader of Isreal. Joshua had the duty of leading the people into the land of Canaan, and dividing the inheritances among the tribes, as well as reminding them of the laws God had given to them. 1,873 more words

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As we celebrate Resurrection Day, the world edges closer to nuclear war

The Nuclear Genie Is Out of the Bottle, and It’s America’s Fault

by Rev. Paul J. Bern

On July 16th, 1945, the ‘Trinity’ nuclear test plunged humanity into the Atomic Age. 957 more words