Judges - Volume 1 - CD Series

Judges - Vol 1 - CD Series

Complete Series
Conquests and Captures
The Rise of the Judges
Deborah: Judge and Prophetess
Connecting the Spiritual with the Social
Gideon and the Midianites
The Evil of Abimelech
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After the death of Joshua, Israel goes through centuries of conquest and bondage to other nations because of their continual rebellion against God. Every time they call out to Him for deliverance, God sends a judge to secure their freedom. Tony Evans walks us through this cycle of rebellion, repentance and redemption, in the CD series of Judges, part of the "Books of the Bible" series.

Messages Include:
  • Conquests and Captures – Judges 1
  • The Rise of Judges – Judges 2-3
  • Deborah: Judge and Prophetess – Judges 3-4
  • Connecting the Spiritual with the Social – Judges 4-5
  • Gideon and the Midianites – Judges 6-7
  • The Evil of Abimelech – Judges 8-9

Conquests and Captures (Judges 1) - Judah conquers many cities and territories because the Lord was with them in their efforts. God rebukes Israel for its idolatry and promises that the gods of the foreigners will become as a snare for them.

The Rise of Judges (Judges 2-3) - In response to Israel’s rebellion, God allows them to be subdued and conquered by other nations. In response to their repentance, He provides judges to deliver them from oppression and to govern them.

Deborah: Judge and Prophetess (Judges 3-4) - After a series of defeats and subsequent deliverances, Deborah provides a unique story within the book of Judges, as she is appointed both judge and prophetess of the people.

Connecting the Spiritual with the Social (Judges 4-5) - Deborah recruits Barak, a Levite, to march with her against Sisera and the Kenites. She seeks a collaboration with a Levite because she seeks spiritual approval on an otherwise political engagement. In other words, she is looking for the Lord’s approval.

Gideon and the Midianites (Judges 6-7) - During the encounter with the Midianites, Gideon “tests” God twice. First, he brings God a sacrifice, and second, he puts his fleece on the threshing floor to test God’s power. God confirms who He is, and Gideon proves successful in defeating Israel’s enemies.

The Evil of Abimelech (Judges 8-9) - Gideon punishes the people who refuse to feed the men of Ephraim, who have agreed to help Gideon defeat Zebah and Zalmunna. Abimelech conspires to seize power by murdering his own brothers. Jotham prophesies judgment over Abimelech and Shechem.