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  • Marlou Javier

    Contributing sermons since Oct 5, 2020
Marlou 's church

New Life Christian Fellowship
Santiago , Isabela 3311

About Marlou
  • Education: Bachelor of Science in Criminology
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  • Part 5: Destined For Greatness

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2021
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    The Underlying Principles of Judges 4

    Outline: * Israel’s idolatry brings servitude once again (1-3) * Deborah judging Israel (4-5) * The command from God for Barak to lead the army against Sisera (6-7) * Jael kills Sisera with a tent peg (17-22) * God gives them victory over Jabin (23-24) What are the underlying principles? 1. God ...read more

  • Part 4: Grace In Groaning

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2021
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    Grace is God’s extending favor toward us that we do not deserve.

    Definition of Grace: Grace is God extending favor toward us that we do not deserve. - Both Ephesians 2:5 and 2:8 state it is "by grace you have been saved." God's salvation comes from His grace. - Some describe grace as unmerited or unearned favor. In theology, two kinds ...read more

  • Part 3: Some People Never Learn

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2021
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    “It's said that a wise person learns from his mistakes. A wiser one learns from others' mistakes.”

    Outline of Judges 2: A. National apostasy. 2:1–15 B. Divine mercy. 2:16–23 Transition: The book of Judges is NOT only a past history, this book also is about God’s people today. Spiritual Lessons: 1. All sorrow does not equate with genuine repentance. Vv. 1-5 Read: verse 1-5 A. ...read more

  • Part 2: We Could Not Drive Them Out.

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2021
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    What should we do to have complete victory and not defeat?

    What should we do to have complete victory and not defeat? 1. Consult God about how the work is to be done. Vv. 1-2 A. Explanation: In verses 1-2, the Israelites asked the Lord who would be the first to attack the Canaanites. Here it is shown that in all we do, first is to consult God. In verse ...read more

  • Part 1: The Seriousness Of Disobeying God

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2021
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    The book shows a repeated four step cycle that takes place seven times in the book. That is, 1. REBELLION. Falling into sin, idolatry, and apostasy. 2. RETRIBUTION. God’s punishment. 3. REPENTANCE. Israel cries for help. 4. RESCUE. God delivers via a judge.

    The book of Judges starts with “After the death of Joshua…” - There were 15 judges in all. Eli and Samuel were the last. THE WORD “JUDGE.” - “judge," means "bringer of justice." - These "judges" were like a cross-mixture between a mayor, a marshal, a prophet, and a ...read more

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