Living River Chapel
Judges: A Cycle of Sin and Redemption
May 16, 2021

Judges: A Cycle of Sin and Redemption

May 16, 2021

Judges: A Cycle of Sin and Redemption

Judges

Judges 21:25

Author:

When:

Key Text: Judges 21:25

“In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did whatever seemed right to him.”

Key Themes:

Apostasy

The Israelites did what was evil in the LORD’s sight

Oppression

God handed them over

Repentance

The Israelites cried out to the LORD

Restoration

He judged Israel ________ years

Key Teachings:

God’s

Judges 2:11-15

The people God

God them to their

God’s

Judges 2:16-19

God showed when the people cried out

God the people through the use of

Human

 

 

Judges 2:19-20

After the Judge , the people would act more

Humanity is ready to worship at the

Heroes

The story of

Story of

Story of

of Sin

Consequences

Salvation is from

Christ in Judges:

The were God’s for delivering His people from a variety of enemies. In a much greater way, confronts and defeats Satan and his , thereby the people of God from their enemies. This theme is seen in , , , in Paul’s letter to the , and in .

Summary:

Israel experienced the repeated cycle of , , , and by divinely judges throughout the long period following Joshua’s death.

 

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