Category Archives: Deborah

We should worship God all the time - not only when we feel like it.

Fickle

“Ye shall not do after all the Things that we do here this day, Every man whatsoever is right in his Own eyes.”  Deuteronomy 12:8. My daughter teaches a class for only women at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church, each Tuesday night. This class is from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The study is for six…

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Women Can Change the World

Women Make The Difference

“And Deb-o-rah, a prophetess, the Wife of Lap’i-doth, she judges Israel At that time. And Ba’rak said unto her, if thou Wilt go with me, then I will go: but if Thou wilt not go with me. Then I will Not go.” Judges 4:4,8. It is so easy to forget the role women have played…

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We Sing For A Reason

“Then sang Deb’o-rah and Ba’rak the son of A-bin’o-am on that day, saying, Praise ye the Lord for the avenging of Israel, when the people willingly offered themselves.”   Judges 5:1-2. In Western culture there are at least three reasons why we burst out in singing. Every person who sings seldom hums without some recall of…

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A Female Judge in Old Testament

A Woman In Charge

“And she dwelt under the palm tree of Deb’o-rah between Ra’mah and Beth-el in mount E’phra-im: and the children of Israel came up to her for judgment.”   Judges 4:5. It has been a fact that women have played a very dominant role in the culture of the Israel life both in the past and…

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