Judges 6:13
Sermons
Divine Mercy: its Adaptation and SufficiencyA.F. Muir Judges 6:7, 8, 11, 34
DiffidenceW.F. Adeney Judges 6:11-14
The Call of GideonA.F. Muir Judges 6:11-15
A Look, a Word, and a QuestionSpurgeon, Charles HaddonJudges 6:11-24
Brotherhood Illustrated by Gideon's ReplyR. A. Watson, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
Death ImpossibleC. D. Bradlee.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's AltarA. Maclaren, D. D.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's Angelic VisitorR. Young, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's Attitude Partly Right and Partly WrongMarcus Dods, D. D.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's Call to ServiceC. Leach, D. D.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's CommissionJ. Irons.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's Interview with the AngelF. Elwin.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's LamentW. Miller, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's MightJ. T. Hamly.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's Obedience to God's CallW. Miller, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's SacrificeThe Weekly PulpitJudges 6:11-24
Gideon's Sacrifice AcceptedF. Elwin.Judges 6:11-24
Gideon's TriumphHomilistJudges 6:11-24
God's Call, and the Response to ItR. A. Watson, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
How to Treat DoubtersProf. G. A Smith.Judges 6:11-24
Invisible MightG. A. Rogers, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
Jehovah-ShalomG. A. Rogers, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
Jehovah-ShalomJ. J. S. Bird.Judges 6:11-24
Jehovah-Shalom: the Lord Our PeaceR. Newton, D. D.Judges 6:11-24
One War Over and Another BegunSpurgeon, Charles HaddonJudges 6:11-24
Providence not to be Judged from a Narrow Point of ViewJ. Parker, D. D.Judges 6:11-24
The Assurance of Peace Vouchsafed to GideonW. W. Duncan, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
The Christian's Peculiar StateE. Temple.Judges 6:11-24
The Divine AfflatusW. W. Duncan, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
The Look of GodHomilistJudges 6:11-24
The Man of ValourW. Burrows, B. A.Judges 6:11-24
The SignG. A. Rogers, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
The Witness of Divine Fire and the Altar of Divine PeaceHenry T. Edwards, M. A.Judges 6:11-24
WarProf. G. A. Smith.Judges 6:11-24
The Paradox of the Divine PresenceA.F. Muir Judges 6:12, 13
Context
The Call of Gideon
12The angel of the LORD appeared to him and said to him, "The LORD is with you, O valiant warrior." 13Then Gideon said to him, "O my lord, if the LORD is with us, why then has all this happened to us? And where are all His miracles which our fathers told us about, saying, 'Did not the LORD bring us up from Egypt?' But now the LORD has abandoned us and given us into the hand of Midian." 14The LORD looked at him and said, "Go in this your strength and deliver Israel from the hand of Midian. Have I not sent you?"…
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