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Sermons on Judges

Sermons on Judges

Gideon and his gambit

Failing Forward

A man’s greatest fear is failure, and his greatest pain is regret. When we fail, we choose remorse all too often. Yet, what we really need is repentance. Even in our failures, God can still accomplish His purpose. Sermon Text: Judges 16:23-31
Gideon and his gambit

Small Steps Towards Big Destruction

Samson: Watch those Small Steps Samson didn’t ruin his life all at once. He did it one step at a time. All the little compromises in our lives add up. Being in the Word opens our eyes to this deadly downward spiral and empowers us to take steps that lead to a different path. Scriptures: Judges 16:1-22; 2 Timothy 2:1-3; Mark 4:1-20 Sermon Text: Judges 16:1-22
Gideon and his gambit

When Strong People Are Weak

When Strong People Are Weak Lust, entitlement, and pride are the attitudes that made Samson hopelessly weak, even though the world saw him as incredibly strong. We’re strong when we acknowledge what we truly deserve from God as well as our inability to truly help ourselves. Scriptures: Judges 14:1-20; 2 Corinthians 12:1-10; John 15:1-8 Sermon Text: Judges 14:1-20
Gideon and his gambit

Gideon’s Gaffe

Trinity Sunday Gideon (inadvertently) makes an idol. Throughout history no one in his right mind tried to lead the church astray. But, in the midst of dealing with turmoil, it happened. What idol(s) have we inadvertently made today? Scriptures:  2 Corinthians 13:11-14, Matthew 28:16-20 Sermon Text: Judges 8:22-35
Gideon and his gambit

Gideon’s Gambit

Gideon smashes the family altar. We all have our personal altars. What is blocking your worship of the Lord? Scriptures:  Deuteronomy 6:4-7,17; John 2:13-22 Sermon Text:  Judges 6:25-32