SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6
Scripture: 1 Samuel 7:15-17
1 Samuel 7:15-17 says, “And Samuel judged Israel all the days of his life. He went from year to year on a circuit to Bethel, Gilgal, and Mizpah, and judged Israel in all those places. But he always returned to Ramah, for his home was there. There he judged Israel, and there he built an altar to the Lord.” Samuel spent his ministry establishing God’s Kingdom through mish-pawt and tsed-aw-kaw. He had a circuit that he travelled from Bethel to Gilgal to Mizpah, and every place Samuel went, God’s Judicial Hand would fall. Are we missing something in the New Testament Christianity of our current culture? Have we abandoned the foundational principles for establishing the Kingdom? Those principles have not changed. They are not diminished and they are not gone. They are still available. Samuel was so proficient in walking in this dimension that he became known as a representative of the justice of God. Are we who are in the church today known as representatives of the justice of God?