Word at Work

November 12, 2016

Word at Work November 12, 2016

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 Scripture: Judges 14 In Judges 14, Samson decided he wanted to get married. But instead of marrying a covenant Israelite, he chose a […]
November 11, 2016

Word at Work November 11, 2016

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Scripture: Hebrews 11:32, Judges 13:6-8 Hebrews 11:32 goes on to mention Samson, who is also an example of faith. In Judges 13, we […]
November 10, 2016

Word at Work November 10, 2016

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Scripture: Hebrews 11:32, Judges 4:13-24 Barak is called a man of faith in Hebrews 11 and is given to us as an example […]
November 9, 2016

Word at Work November 9, 2016

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Scripture: Judges 8:18-21 Judges 8:18-21 is very important because we see the symbol that Zebah and Zalmunna carried is the very same symbol […]
November 8, 2016

Word at Work November 8, 2016

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 Scripture: Judges 8:4-16 Gideon needed help after the initial battle when he was chasing the remnants that were left. Verses 4-7 say, “When […]
November 7, 2016

Word at Work November 7, 2016

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7 Scripture: Judges 7:8-18 Gideon needed several more confirmations and God gave them to him by what the Midianites themselves said. Then he got […]
November 6, 2016

Word at Work November 6, 2016

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Scripture: Judges 7:1-7 Gideon gathered a whole army of people, 32,000 men. God said it was too large an army for Him to […]
November 5, 2016

Word at Work November 5, 2016

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Scripture: Judges 6:21-27 The Lord instructed Gideon exactly what to do. He had to go and build an altar and declare his God […]
November 4, 2016

Word at Work November 4, 2016

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Scripture: Judges 6:21-27 The Lord instructed Gideon exactly what to do. He had to go and build an altar and declare his God […]
November 3, 2016

Word at Work November 3, 2016

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Scripture: Hebrews 11:32, Judges 6:1-6, 15, Psalm 121:1-8 Verse 32 says, “And what more shall I say? For the time would fail me […]