Posted by: phillipmway | October 28, 2014

Right in Whose Eyes?

judgesIntroducing the sermon schedule for our next series beginning Sunday, November 2, as we will work our way through the Old Testament Book of Judges. As we examine the cycle of sin, repentance, and reconciliation in Israel we will also see unmistakable proof that God uses fallen, broken, sinful people to accomplish His purposes! That really is good news, because we can look all we want but will never find anyone who is not fallen, sinful, and broken in the whole history of the world. (The exception being Jesus Christ, of course).

Ultimately we will learn that as God works in and through these men and women He does so in order to point us to our need for a Savior and He foreshadows Christ over and over again, pointing through the mess of sinful humanity to the only Way of salvation.

Right in Whose Eyes? – Judges
November 2, 2014 – March 29, 2015

1. Incomplete Obedience – 1:1-36
2. Stubborn Disobedience – 2:1-3:6
3. Othniel the Lion and Ehud the Left-Handed – 3:7-30
4. Shamgar, Deborah, and Barak – 3:31 – 5:31
5. Gideon’s Call – 6:1-40
6. Gideon’s Three Hundred – 7:1-25
7. Gideon’s Idolatry – 8:1-35
8. Abimelech’s Abominations – 9:1-57
9. Tola and Jair – 10:1-18
10. Jephthah the Disowned – 11:1 – 12:7
11. Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon – 12:8-15
12. Samson’s Birth – 13:1-25
13. Samson’s Failed Marriage – 14:1 – 15:20
14. Samson and Delilah – 16:1-31
15. A Prostituted Priest – 17:1 – 18:31
16. Depravity on Display – 19:1-30
17. Civil War – 20:1-48
18. The Final Verdict – 21:1-25
19. Eli and Ichabod – 1 Samuel 4
20. Samuel and Saul – 1 Samuel 7-8


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