Sermons on Judges

Sermons on Judges

13 The Tragedy of Disunity Among God’s People – Judges 12

Reflective questions following a sermon can help deepen understanding and encourage personal application of the message. Here are several questions based on the sermon about Judges 12 and the leadership of Christ: Personal Reflection on Conflict: Think of a recent conflict you experienced. Could it have been handled differently? What steps could you take next time to prevent escalation? Assessing Inclusivity: Reflect on your role in your various communities (e.g., family, church, workplace). Are there ways you could help ensure…

Jephtah’s Victory, Vow, and Sorrow – Judges 11

Reflective questions can be a powerful tool for personal and communal spiritual growth, helping individuals and groups dig deeper into the themes and applications discussed in the sermon. Here are several reflective questions based on the sermon on Jephthah’s story from Judges 11: Reflection on Rejection and Redemption: Can you recall a time when you felt rejected or marginalized? How did you see God working in your life during that time to bring about redemption or restoration? Consideration of Vows…

The Impatient Mercy and Grace of our God – Judges 10

Preached at the Evening Worship Service, 26 May 2024 Here is a series of reflective questions designed to deepen understanding and application of the sermon on Judges 10 and its fulfillment in Christ: Personal Examination: In what ways might you be repeating the cycle of sin, like the Israelites in Judges 10? Are there specific areas or habits in your life that reflect a pattern of disobedience to God? Understanding Idolatry: Reflect on what modern “idols” you might be tempted to prioritize…