NIV Judges 7.24

Verse Judges 7.24

24 Gideon sent messengers throughout the hill country of Ephraim, saying, "Come down against the Midianites and seize the waters of the Jordan ahead of them as far as Beth Barah."So all the men of Ephraim were called out and they seized the waters of the Jordan as far as Beth Barah.

Verse Judges 7.24 Gideon Sent Mess

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From the verse we learn that God doesn't want us to crime pride at any position. When we may have a look on many of the bible verses it is good that Almighty God hate those that are proud God instead want us to humble before him. God is saying that those that are proud will perish like Gideon and Ephraim. We find that Ephraim's engage themselves in bad act where most would e engage in sexuality that was against God. That is why God made them to perish be sure there were those that could not follow what is written from bible.

Beth Barah were the evil people that perished through the destruction of the savior Christ we need to be close to God. As from the verse the proud will never have something to inherit from God. That is why God is condemning the pride as Christians we should not be arrogant as God will never want us to die just because of her wrath. The leaders this verse is good for you to know that while leading God want you to humble before your people.

Jordan are being warned by Christ as their ways are not pleasing God. You find that Sodom would be in crisis as God made them to have those crisis just because their ways were not as God wished. From the verse then Beth Barah were praising themselves while given a chance to rule Jordan. Beth Barah that is when the battle rose for the Gideon to make God angry. As from what is written the verse shows how God can get angry such easily with your evil doings.

God want us to keep him first before doing anything God want you to be blessed with your descendants rather than being cursed like Beth Barah with Gideon. They were so unfaithful such that no one would want to keep them company. Bethel is also sometimes criticized for being wild. And we would agree that it can be wild, but we don't think it's a bad thing. It is wild in the sense that people raise their hands, dance, shout, literally run around, and manifest during worship services.

It's not of the ordinary for a sermon to be set aside in order to make space for the Holy Spirit, which could look like calling out words of knowledge for healing, giving out prophetic words, or leading the entire congregation in an encounter. It tends to be a wild, messy place because a huge part of Beth Barah culture is founded on the belief that you are powerful and God is not trying to control you, so neither will we.

Now, that's not to say that there are no boundaries. There are clear boundaries and action is consistently taken when they are trespassed. If we mention that cause we may think that's the core reason this aspect of Beth Barah tends to bother people. Much of church Beth Barah as a whole in church is built on the exact opposite belief. That people can make should be externally controlled, usually an unspoken, subconscious belief, and so it's understandable that people are baffled offended when Gideon doesn't adhere to it.

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