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Monday, October 11

Tell of It

today's reading.
Judges 5:1-31    Then sang Deborah and Barak the son of Abinoam on that day: "That the leaders took the lead in Israel, that the people offered themselves willingly, bless the LORD...
Judges 5 

think about it.
As you read this song of victory, what do Deborah and Barak say about God? About their roles? About the people of Israel? What songs of praise do you need to give to God today?

the blog.
Deborah and Barak are celebrating and giving public recognition through song to God and His guidance and goodness. I love it and even found myself wondering what this song sounded like. Now when we get to verse 10, Deborah and Barak's song actually calls for public declaration of God and His works. "Tell of it. . . repeat the righteous triumphs of the Lord. . ." Think about it. What a great way to let others know you love and follow the Lord.

So what are some of the "righteous triumphs of the Lord" concerning your life? What can you do this week to tell someone else about how the Lord has worked in your life? And, who might you tell? Tami W.

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