Old Testament Lesson 19: The Reign of the Judges

To encourage class members to seek influences that will strengthen them in living the gospel in a challenging world.

Judges 2; 4; 6-7; 13-16

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Video 1 – Length: 7 minutes 29 seconds
Through animation the video breaks down the literary design of the Book of Judges, it’s flow and content. During the reign of the Judges, the Israelites turn away from God and face the consequences. God raises judges in cycles of rebellion and repentance. The video demonstrates that at times all God has to work with are broken people who have flaws and weaknesses just like us.
Video © 2016 by The Bible Project


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