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Judges 2:3

Judges 2:3

The children of Israel made a covenant with the Lord. He gave them the Law, with its 613 regulations, which included the ten moral commandments.. and Israel unanimously promised.. all that the Lord has said, we will do! But from the very start of their covenant relationship with God, the chosen people of Israel disobeyed His laws and refused to execute His commands.

They had been saved from Egyptian slavery, by grace read more...

Judges 3:4

Judges 3:4

After the death of Joshua, the children on Israel started to lose sight of their mission and responsibility and began to disobey God’s instructions. Although they had a measure of success in conquering the promised land under the leadership of Judah, they failed to obey all that the Lord had commanded through Moses and Joshua, and were finally punished for their disobedience.

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Judges 4:4

Judges 4:4

After the death of Joshua, the people of Israel did not continue to follow the instructions of the Lord, in their continued conquest of the promised land. Instead, they started to do what was right in their own eyes.. and as a result, they entered upon a period in their history where they were ruled by a series of thirteen judges.

This period of history showed a recurring trend. The people would do evil in the sight of the Lord, read more...

Judges 6:8

Judges 6:8

From the moment they entered the land of Israel, under the leadership of Joshua, the Israelites engaged in a downward spiral of events, under the leadership of a succession of judges, which finally resulted in a situation, where everyone rejected the sovereign authority of God, and did only that which was right in their own eyes.

Time and again the rebellious sins of Israel caused the Lord to punish them, by bringing them into read more...

Judges 13:18

Judges 13:18

There are many wonderful things in the Word of God. Abraham was reminded that nothing is too wonderful for the Lord and Joshua discovered that God did wonderful things in the midst of His people. Gideon rejoiced in all the wonderful deeds that the Lord had done for their forefathers.. while David lifted up his voice and sang praises to the Lord as he meditated on the wonderful works of God.

Isaiah identified the Lord as our read more...