Jerub-baal (10/10/13)

THE RIVER WALK

Read:  Jeremiah 14:11-16:15, 1Thessalonians 2:9-3:13, Psalm 80:1-19, Proverbs 25:1-5

Your ancestors were unfaithful to me. They worshiped other gods and served them. They abandoned me and did not obey my word. And you are even worse than your ancestors! You stubbornly follow your own evil desires and refuse to listen to me.
(Jeremiah 16:11-12)

Remove the wicked from the king’s court, and his reign will be made secure by justice. (Proverbs 25:5)

Angry Mob

Relate: Gideon had another name. It was Jerub-baal. The name means “Let Baal plead” and he got it because he had the audacity to put actions to his prayers. You see, all of Israel was crying out for deliverance. All of Israel had been oppressed by the Midianites for seven years. They were all hiding in caves and holes in the ground. They were all asking for God’s help.

But an altar to a false god, Baal, was still…

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