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Early History of Israel. Creation & Fall. Egypt (430 yrs ). Wilderness (40 yrs ). Conquest ( 7 yrs ). Patriarchs. Judges. 2166. 1805. 1446. 1350. 1050. Exodus. Discipline. Idolatry. Blessed. Deliverance. Remorse. cycle of Israel’s DISLOYALTY.

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early history of israel
Early History of Israel

Creation & Fall

Egypt(430 yrs)

Wilderness(40 yrs)

Conquest(7yrs)

Patriarchs

Judges

2166

1805

1446

1350

1050

Exodus

cycle of israel s disloyalty

Discipline

  • Idolatry
  • Blessed
  • Deliverance
  • Remorse
cycle of Israel’s DISLOYALTY
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The Setting: a cycle of disloyalty – 6:1-10

  • Enemies remained
  • Anarchy ruled
  • Idolatry infiltrated

Judges 17:6 (cf. 21:25)

In those days there was no king in Israel; every man did what was right in his own eyes.

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“Doubt is the skeleton in the closet of faith, and I know no better way to treat a skeleton than to bring it into the open and expose it for what it is: not something to hide or fear, but a hard structure on which living tissue may grow. If I asked every person to stop reading whose faith has wavered…I might as well end the book with this sentence.” Philip Yancey

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2Corinthians 3:5–6

Not that we are adequate in ourselves to consider anything as coming from ourselves, but our adequacy is from God, who also made us adequate as servants of a new covenant....

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His Response: a timid obedience – 6:16-32

  • a step of faith: worship
  • a step of faith: consecration
application
Application

Will you take a step of faith?

Will you become a deliverer?