Bible Studies

Judges (2021)

January 2021

Judges is a book that is rarely taught on in any church. This is a tragedy because it is a book for our times. What is impressive about this book is the theme. The last verse in Judges: “In those days there was no king in Israel; every man did that which was right in his own eyes.” Judges was in many ways the dark ages of Israel’s history: they rejected the authority of God, they rejected the authority of Scripture, and in its place they substituted their own authority. In other words, instead of looking to God and His Word for absolutes and structuring all their thought under that umbrella they looked to the community, to one another, to themselves as the source of absolute right and wrong.

Tue, Jan 12, 2021
Passage: Judges 1-21
Series: Judges (2021)
Duration: 1 hr 11 mins 48 secs

Moral Relativism Destroys a Nation

What happens to a country when it abandons God and each one does what is right in his own eyes? Listen to this lesson to hear the example of Israel when it went off the rails and had to learn lessons in the school of hard knocks. Find out there are three sections in the book and hear about the leaders, called judges, who descended into paganism and led the people astray. See how what happened to those people parallels in many ways what we are facing in our country today. As we study these people in the Bible we can be thankful for the lessons we can learn and remind ourselves that God in His grace rewards even our smallest acts of faithfulness to Him.