Powered by 4 - April 17, 2014


Clash of Clans

today's reading.
Judges 20    

the blog.
The sad and disturbing account of the Levite and his concubine continues and grows as we move into Judges 20. And by the time we reach the end of the chapter, almost the entire tribe of Benjamin is wiped out. As I read, I tried to imagine exactly what was taking place verse by verse. The battles themselves had to be awful, but making things even worse was the fact that this was a war between relatives, and it could have been avoided. 

What does Judges 20 show us about pride and being unwilling to confront sinful behavior? What can we learn about dealing with relatives and family from this situation? Tami

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