Saturday, March 12, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 071 | The Promised Land | Judges 4 – 5, Psalm 71

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 071 | The Promised Land

Judges 4 – 5, Psalm 71

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. Deborah, wife of Lappidoth, was a prophet. She was the judge in Israel at that time. She used to sit under the Palm Tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the mountains of Ephraim. The people of Israel would come to her for legal decisions.
    Judges 4:4‭-‬5 GW

  2. So on that day, God used the people of Israel to crush the power of King Jabin of Canaan. The Israelites became stronger and stronger until they destroyed him.
    Judges 4:23‭-‬24 GW

  3. Praise the Lord! Men in Israel vowed to fight, and people volunteered for service.
    Judges 5:2 GW

  4. But Zebulun mocked death, and Naphtali risked his life on the battlefield.
    Judges 5:18 GW

  5. The stars fought from heaven. They fought against Sisera from their heavenly paths.
    Judges 5:20 GW

  6. Sisera’s mother looked through her window and cried as she peered through the lattice. “Why is his chariot taking so long? Why don’t I hear the clatter of his chariots?” Her wisest servants gave her an answer. But she kept repeating to herself, “They’re really finding and dividing the loot: A girl or two for each soldier, colorful clothes for Sisera, colorful, embroidered clothes, and two pieces of colorful, embroidered cloth for the neck of the looter.” May all your enemies die like that, O Lord. But may those who love the Lord be like the sun when it rises in all its brightness. So the land had peace for 40 years.
    Judges 5:28‭-‬31 GW

  7. I have taken refuge in you, O Lord. Never let me be put to shame. Rescue me and free me because of your righteousness. Turn your ear toward me, and save me.
    Psalms 71:1‭-‬2 GW

  8. I have become an example to many people, but you are my strong refuge.
    Psalms 71:7 GW

  9. But I will always have hope. I will praise you more and more.
    Psalms 71:14 GW

  10. Even when I am old and gray, do not abandon me, O God. Let me live to tell the people of this age what your strength has accomplished, to tell about your power to all who will come.
    Psalms 71:18 GW

  11. Your righteousness reaches to the heavens, O God. You have done great things. O God, who is like you? You have made me endure many terrible troubles. You restore me to life again. You bring me back from the depths of the earth. You comfort me and make me greater than ever.
    Psalms 71:19‭-‬21 GW