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  1. Where did Deborah live? Who was her husband? Where did she sit to judge?
  2. Name several things Deborah did well.
  3. How many judges proceeded Deborah? Name them.
  4. If a woman had the right to prophesy under the old dispensation, may she not have the right to preach under the present?
  5. How would you describe Deborah’s personality?
  6. Which heathen nations became thorns in the side of children of Israel (Judg. 3:1-5)?
  7. What tribes answered the call to duty? Who stayed at home and why? See Judges 5.
  8. Is there any room for conscientious objectors in times of war?
  9. Who were the Kenites? Where were their sympathies?
  10. Describe the famous battle between Israel and Sisera.
  11. Is there spiritual meaning for us in this story of Deborah?

One Comment

    1. a) Hill country of Ephraim.
      b) Lappidoth.
      c) Under the Palm of Deborah between Ramah & Bethel.
    2. Listened to God, heroic, gifted as a judge, public minded.
    3. 3: Othniel, Ehud, and Shamgar
    4. Christ mad the man over the woman so I believe it is not right for woman to preach.
    5. Very strong, courageous, and faithful to God.
    6. The Philistines, the Canaanites, the Sidonians, and the Hivites.
    7. a) Ephraim, Benjamin, Zebulun, Issachar, and Naphtali.
      b) Reuben – searching their hearts. Dan – stayed with their ships. Asher – stayed on the coast in the coves.
    8. We are all called, but we have to know in our own hearts what is right for us.
    9. They were a tribe living in the hills. They helped the Israelites by killing Sisear.
    10. Judges 5:14 – Barak went down to Mount Tabor with 1,000 men and slaughtered all of Sisera’s men. Sisera went to the tent of Jael, wife of Heber the Kenite. Jael drove a tent peg through Sisera’s head while he slept.
    11. We as Christians should arise and do the work of the Lord.

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