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primary allegiance

primary allegiance Judges 7:16-25 (JDV) Judges 7:16 Then he divided the three hundred men into three companies and gave each of the men a trumpet in one hand and a hollow1 pitcher with a torch inside it in the other … Continue reading

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too many troops

too many troops Judges 7:1-15 (JDV) Judges 7:1 Jerubbaal (AKA, Gideon) and all the troops who were with him, got up early and camped beside the spring of Harod. The camp of Midian was north of them, below the hill … Continue reading

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The LORD’s turn to test

Judges 7 Gideon had amassed a considerable army with which he intended to come against the Midianites.  But God told him to reduce the number.  When the army was reduced to a mere 300 men, God was satisfied, by Gideon … Continue reading

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