A Messy People

Episode 1 March 09, 2022 00:31:29
A Messy People
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A Messy People

Mar 09 2022 | 00:31:29


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Dan Kinnas Tim Holwerda

Show Notes

Judges begins with a pair of introductions, which orient the reader as to what will follow in the rest of the book. This particular passage describes the spiritual situation amongst God's people. It is messy. The people are getting caught up in the influence of the world around them, and forget the God who has saved them. Nevertheless, God continues to be gracious to his people in delivering them, and calling them to a life of faith. Our lives in this world are always a bit messy, and this passage calls us in the midst of this mess to keep turning to the Lord and trusting in him.

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