As we continue to study men of the Bible, our focus is in Gideon, and how God used Gideon to do the impossible--not for Israel or Gideon's glory, but that God might be glorified.
We all have a self-image; we all have a list of things we believe about ourselves. Some of these things are true, and some are not. What happens when the bubble bursts? How can we identify the lies we believe about ourselves? How do we change our reality?
We continue our study of Men of the Bible with an examination of how Gideon became a transitional figure both in his family and across Israel when God called him to be a leader and drive out the Midianites.
We've all heard it; everything's going to be better in 2020--I'm changing who I am, and I'm going to be me 2.0. But are you really? Today we take a look at what it takes to make real change.
Our study of Men of the Bible focuses today on Gideon, and how God stripped him of his old identity as a failure and gave him a new identity: mighty warrior and leader of the Israelite armies.