Jonathan Black preaches on Gideon (from Judges Chs 6-8), a man who stood for God in an age when “every man did that which was right in his own eyes”. Jonathan gives practical ministry on Gideon’s quiet private preparation for the public role that he was later to have as he exercised faith in his God, despite his weakness and fear. Though a “mighty man of valour”, he knew what it was to depend on his God, first when he…
PART 5 – John Dennison preaches on Gideon’s days of failure and looks at the various ways in which he was tested and failed. Tested in days of prosperity, days of adversity and days of monotony. Warnings are given about the ease with which any of us could fail, yet encouragement is given that God looks at the whole of one’s life as He evaluates our service for Him (Message preached 30th Oct 2016)
PART 4 – John Dennison preaches on Gideon’s days of frustration, as he had to deal with a number of frustrating situations in Judges Ch 8 after the major victory over the Midianite host. Learn the spiritual lessons that can be gleaned from how Gideon dealt with the Ephraimites, the men of Succoth, the men of Penuel and Zebah and Zalmunna, the kings of Midian (Message preached 29th Oct 2016)
PART 3 – John Dennison preaches on Gideon’s days of fighting and draws multiple lessons from his battle with the Midianites. Listen as insights are given into the spiritual truths God is teaching us through the divinely guided reduction of Gideon’s army from 32,000 to 300 soldiers. The smallness, emptiness and brokenness of the weapons with which Gideon’s army overcame the enemy are challenging issues for us to face (Message preached 29th Oct 2016)
PART 2 – John Dennison preaches on Gideon’s days of fear (Judges 6:19-40). God separated Gideon unto Himself from his father’s gods and called him to be His servant, despite his fears. Listen as Mr Dennison outlines Gideon’s concern, his condition, his comprehension, his communication and his circumstances. Included are some helpful insights into the issue of “putting out a fleece” (Message preached Oct 28th 2016)
PART 1 – John Dennison preaches an introductory message on the life of Gideon drawing practical Biblical lessons from the narrative in Judges 6:1-24. After introducing the book of Judges and outlining the background of the chapter, John speaks on “the crisis of strife” (Midian), “the conviction of sin” (by the prophet’s message), and “the consecration of Gideon the servant” (Message preached Oct 27th 2016)
Bob Berry speaks on Judges 4 & 5 and outlines principles involved in the fight against error for us today. He also deals with feminist claims about Deborah’s service for the Lord and contrasts her with Jael (Message given 22nd Oct 2009)
David Dalton draws some weighty lessons from the life of young Samuel and those who knew him – Elkanah, Hannah, Peninnah, Eli, Hophni and Phinehas. A thought-provoking word with a strong practical edge (Ministry given Oct 8th 2009)
John Salisbury covers a number of lesser known judges (Tola, Jair, Ibzan, Elon, Abdon) before going into detail on the life of Jephthah. He tackles the difficult question of whether Jephthah’s daughter was killed (Ministry given Oct 1st 2009)
Peter Scarsbrook gives incisive ministry on the life of Gideon. He explains the spiritual meaning behind the threshing-floor, the lapping at the river and many other incidents in Gideon’s eventful life (Ministry given Thursday 24th Sept 2009)
Michael Penfold preaches on lessons from the life of Samson, “The man who got used to doing the wrong thing”. Samson ended up losing his sight, his strength, his freedom and his testimony (Ministry given Thursday 17th Sept 2009)
Marcus Hall introduces a series of ministry meetings on the book of Judges and gives practical and helpful ministry on the first three Judges – Othniel, Ehud and Shamgar (Ministry given Thur 10th September 2009)
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