God Can Be Trusted, Even When We Don't Understand

Women’s Bible Study: Judges and Ruth

The tension of God's perfect justice and perfect mercy come to a head here, in Judges 10:6-16. This tension leads us to remember that God can be trusted, even when we don't understand.

Sarah WeisingerNov 6, 2020Dallas

In This Series (20)
God’s Faithfulness Remains
Karen MillicanApr 8, 2021Dallas
Unexpected Opportunities
Antoinette DavisMar 31, 2021Dallas
God's Kindness is a Safe Refuge
Callie NixonMar 24, 2021Dallas
God Works Through Tragedy
Catherine KirbyMar 10, 2021Dallas
War Aftermath
Judy WimberleyMar 3, 2021Dallas
Rock Bottom
Antoinette DavisFeb 16, 2021Dallas
Without Intimacy With God, We Drift
Karen MillicanFeb 10, 2021Dallas
Samson’s Lack of Trust in God’s Power
Casey UphuesFeb 3, 2021Dallas
God Initiates Rescue
Sarah WeisingerJan 27, 2021Dallas
Judges 1-12 Review
Antoinette DavisJan 20, 2021Dallas
Need Significance?
Ann HolfordNov 16, 2020Dallas
God Can Be Trusted, Even When We Don't Understand
Sarah WeisingerNov 6, 2020Dallas
Seek 1st the True King and His Kingdom
Judy WimberleyOct 30, 2020Dallas
Obedience Despite Fear Develops Faith
Karen MillicanOct 26, 2020Dallas
Weak? No Obstacle to God
Ann HolfordOct 16, 2020Dallas
Unlikely Heroes Lead Israel to Victory
Callie NixonOct 9, 2020Dallas
God’s Faithfulness through a Model and a Mess
Catherine KirbyOct 2, 2020Dallas
Jilting God
Antoinette DavisSep 25, 2020Dallas
God’s Faithfulness Remains
Karen MillicanSep 21, 2020Dallas
Introduction to Judges & Ruth
Gigi HornbergerSep 14, 2020Dallas

About 'Women’s Bible Study: Judges and Ruth'

Join us as we study Judges and Ruth: God’s Faithfulness Remains, to be reminded that even in the midst of uncertainty, hardship and rebellion, God’s steadfast love and faithfulness remain.