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“And when they were come to the place, which is called Calvary, there they crucified him… Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do…”
– Luke 23:33-34
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"By Faith Jephthah Subdued Armies." In spite of being totally rejected by his people because of the nationality and misdeeds of his mother, Jephthah (or Jephthae) and his troop of other empty and rejected me were the ones the people turned to when they were in trouble. And in spite of his rejection from men, Jephthah had not abandoned the Lord. He looked to the Lord in faith for victory in battle. And even though he made an terrible mistake with a rash vow concerning his daughter, God in forgiveness still uses him as someone to learn from. Tonight we will be singing, "Onward, Christian Soldiers" & "O Jesus, I Have Promised." ... See more
“By Faith Samson Out of Weakness Was Made Strong.” God gave Samson tremendous physical power, which he used as the last of Israel's judges for 20 years and he protected his people from the Philistines. He served during the nation’s dark years before Israel asked for a king, when everyone did what was right in their own eyes. But although Samson often had his own eyes on the wrong things, ultimately fixed his eyes on the Lord for strength and deliverance. He was set apart with a purpose (as a Nazarite) to be a delivered, which points us in a way to Christ, Who also accomplished the greatest work of deliverance with outstretched arms! And as he laid down His life, He accomplished the deliverance that would set his people free! ... See more
“By Faith Barak Subdued Kingdoms.” The writer of Hebrews shows us how the Old Testament hero Barak—though timid and insecure—nevertheless trusted in the promise of God and brought about a great victory for his people. Among the many saints that he merely mentions by name is a man many wouldn’t immediately recognise—Barak, who was told by the prophetess Deborah to go and the Lord would be with him. In spite of the impossible odds and his own fears and weakness, by faith he not only went, but the Bible says he pursued until the prophecy of Sisera’s defeat was fulfilled. It was God who kept His promise! And it was done through Barak who trusted in God’s promise and obeyed. What an example of faith he gives for us to follow! ... See more