Driving Out Ungodly Inhabitants of the Heart (Judges 1:1-2:5) by Dev Blair , added on Sun 14 May, 17

The Israelites had to 'drive out' those living in the Promised Land. God still asks His people to 'drive' things out. The ungodly things that inhabit their hearts. Join us as we kick off our Judges ...

The Unguessable God (Judges 2:6-3:6) by Joel Hill , added on Sun 21 May, 17

Do you reckon you need to be saved? Judges 2:6-3:6 is like a sweet pair of spiritual spectacles that helps us to answer that question: it helps us to see ourselves with clarity, how predictably desperate we are, and the ...

Unlikely Heroes (Judges 3:7-31) by Chris Ekins , added on Sun 28 May, 17

God uses all kinds of people to accomplish His sovereign purposes

Stop living on the edge and just jump! (Judges 4-5) by Dev Blair , added on Sun 04 Jun, 17

Deborah, Barak & Jael all make a giant leap that will change their lives (and history!). Often God asks us to do things that will impact everything about who we are. Join us as we look at Judges 4 & 5 and ...

When God feels far away (Judges 6:1-40) by Chris Ekins , added on Sun 11 Jun, 17

Sometimes we can feel like God has abandoned us. Gideon felt like that too. So what did God do to assure him (and us) that He's with us? 

Losing My Agenda (Judges 8:1-35) by Joel Hill , added on Wed 28 Jun, 17

By the time we get to Judges 8 the agendas of God’s people are all a self-centred mess. But that mess helps us to identify where our agendas have got off track and how we might live each day ...

God's Justice (Judges 9:1-10:5) by Chris Ekins , added on Sun 02 Jul, 17

The world is often unfair. Why doesn't God do something about it? He has, He is, and He will.

Samson: The power of weakness (Judges 14:1-15:20) by Chris Ekins , added on Sun 23 Jul, 17

Samson is best known for his super-human strength, but it was his weakness that God used to get the job done. God can weave sin and evil into his good purposes, and he can still use weak and sinful people ...

Superstition versus Sovereignty (Judges 16) by Joel Hill , added on Sun 30 Jul, 17

In a world out of control, superstitions are attractive because they give the illusion of control. But in Judges 16 Samson gives superstitions a road test and in contrast to God’s sovereign ability to deliver His people, they stink. ...

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