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JUDGES, W. KELLY- Hardback

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Author: W. KELLY

Pages: 64

Publisher: Bible Truth Publishers

Publish Date: unknown

Edition: Unknown

Condition: New.

Binding: Hardback

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The book of Judges deals with the history of Israel from the death of Joshua to the raising up of Samuel the prophet. There are three distinct sections: 1) a preface; 2) the account of the judges; 3) an appendix.
1) The preface shows the degeneracy of Israel and their lapse into idolatry after the death of Joshua. 2) The principal narrative of the book relates to the twelve judges whom God raised to deliver the tribes from their servitudes to foreign nations and to give them periods of rest from the oppression brought upon themselves by their willfulness and idolatry. 3) the appendix records two infamous incidents of idolatry and immorality among the Israelites in illustration of the debasements to which departure from God lead. The grave events named in the appendix are not placed chronologically. Probably they actually occurred nearer to the death of Joshua than the death of Samson.
The main features of the Book of Judges are indicated and expounded in these two lectures by the late William Kelly. They were intended to help and to stimulate readers to further study of this book in search of still further enlightenment. It is hoped that by the blessing of God this laudable object may be achieved.