Powered by 4 - March 18, 2014

Abundant Opposition

today's reading.
Judges 8:1-25    

As Gideon and his small army continue to pursue the kings of Midian, they aren't met with open arms or encouragement by their fellow countrymen. Instead, they encounter opposition--first with the men of Ephraim, and then with the men at Succoth and Penuel. But Gideon and his men don't allow any of these encounters to pull them off track.

So what lessons can we learn from Judges 8 about roadblocks, discouragement and staying the course when we're serving the Lord? Tami

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