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Study Judges

Of all the generations of Israelites, the generation that went into the promised land of Canaan arguably may have been the strongest, most spiritually prepared.  Some would have remembered the might God showed in Egypt.  Most would have remembered the faithlessness of the previous generation and the consequences.  And all would have seen the leadership of Joshua as God gave them Jericho after the miraculous crossing of the flooded Jordan River.

But what happened when Joshua and his generation died?  Would the people hold on to faith?  Would they continue to find their strength in God?

Join us on Thursday nights to learn what happens when a generation of people don't know the Lord or the work that He has done (Judges 2:10).

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