As Saint Augustine wrote, “Our hearts are restless until they find their rest in you [God].”
I received my copy of the Bible study on the Holy Spirit as suggested by our teacher on the Book of Judges, Reggie Webb. Reviewing the table of contents it looks like a very informant study. And, to help us to get to know the Holy Spirit better. Can’t wait to dig in.
Jephthah’s defeat of the Ephraimites 2-4-19
Carefully walking with Jesus
Lest I fall
Into the wide mouth of the jaws
Of the prowling wolf
The wolf glares salivating
At all who know not his enemy
He snatches to throw as kindling into his furnace of woe
Of Fire unending.
Ah ah he snarls
Another one for me
How many does that make
Have I beaten my enemy.
The enemy of the wolf
Powerful Almighty omnipresent God
Sees the calculating wolf and knows his every move
Powerless wolf who prowls around
Your days are numbered.
My Son already paid the price with His blood to set the captives free
And all who believe
They are mine and will come join me.
Oh calculating wolf the time
Of the bell that celebrates your demise is about to toll
The wolf replied NOT before I snatch others
Many have not knocked at your door
Many saw door but failed to knock
How lucky for me, I’ll win this you will see.
I have and will capture! They think they have plenty of time
They haven’t bowed down to you
They don’t believe who you are
They are easy prey for me.
Rena Oynes (c)2/1/19
Judges 11:29-40 Jepthah’s Vow and Victory over Ammon 1/27/1
Cut my heart with ruts
All I see
Is the face of Jesus
The lover of my life
The rut I remember
But the love and tenderness shown
Shows me I’m worth it all
And I weep that you Jesus would
Love so awesome
I fall upon the ground
With tears rolling down my cheeks
For I’m in love with my Savior
And He with me!
Judges Chapter 11:12-28 Pastor Reggie Webb -January 22-2019
This is not the map Pastor Reggie was using but hopefully this will help the ones of us that need to come more familiar with the names of the Twelve Tribes..