Description: There is a red road that connects the book of Genesis to the book of Revelation. Anyone who reads the Bible and is unaware of this pathway cannot grasp the most basic and most important aspect of the Bible narrative.
Description: The story of Deborah and Barak and God’s deliverance through the hand of the woman Jael may be one of the most disturbing accounts of treachery recorded in the Bible and yet God delivers His people through these shocking events. In this account God calls an unfaithful general, Sisera, through the prophetess, Deborah, who ruled the people. Because of his unfaithfulness, God delivers their enemy to the hands of a foreign (and pagan) woman named Jael who brutally murders the enemy general by smashing a tent spike through his head with a hammer. The Bible celebrates her deed.
Description: Shamgar is the judge of obscurity. By all accounts he is an ordinary farmer whom God uses in an extraordinary way. No one celebrates the normal and the ordinary but the Bible is full of ordinary folks living an ordinary life. God calls us to serve in our normal callings and nowhere is this seen more clearly than in the callings of wife and mother.
Description: Ehud, from the tribe of Benjamin, is the second Judge God raises up to deliver His people from the hand of Eglon, King of Moab. Ehud assassinates Eglon in His throne room by plunging a self-made sword into his abdomen and killing Eglon before making a great escape. He gathers the Israelites and leads them to a decisive victory by the strength of the Lord and the land is restored to peace, which lasts for two generations.
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