Judges 2–4; 6–8; 13–16 | May 30-June 5 - Episode 23

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Episode 23
Deborahs in your life
Wet wool
Drinking-Water
Trumpets
Lesson 23
“The Lord Raised Up a Deliverer”
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Join hosts Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum as they discuss impactful topics from this week’s Come, Follow Me lesson covering Judges 2-4; 6-8; 13-16. Explore these important themes, topics and questions:
What does Baal represent in today’s world?
Who is Deborah? Who are the Deborahs in your life today?
What can we learn from the story of Gideon?
What are the sacred symbols the Lord uses to communicate with us?
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Invitation:
Use your gifts to make this world a better place.
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Quotes & Links:
Link to Come, Follow Me Through the Old Testament Book:
https://www.seagullbook.com/come-follow-me-through-the-old-testament.html
Brigham Young Quotes: “It is Baal against Christ now, as it always was.” (Brigham Young, JD, 14:119, May 21, 1871)
“Christ and Baal never can be friends. One or the other must reign triumphantly on the earth, and I say that Jesus Christ shall reign, and I will help him.” (Brigham Young, JD, 8:319, Feb. 10, 1861)
Elder Holland Quote: “Struggle and strife, heartbreak and loss, are not experiences that come only somewhere else to someone else. It means that moments in which faith feels frightfully difficult to hold on to are not reserved for our bygone days of persecution and martyrdom. No, the times when becoming a saint through Christ the Lord seems almost—almost—too much to achieve are still with us. … We will be asked to submit, to obey, and to be childlike. For some of us that is difficult now, and it will be difficult then. … [But] heaven’s grace exceeds our merit.”
(“A Saint Through the Atonement of Christ the Lord,” BYU Devotional, January 18, 2022)
Sister Ann M. Dibb Quote: “Samson was born with great potential. His mother was promised, ‘He shall begin to deliver Israel out of the hand of the Philistines’ [Judges 13:5]. But as Samson grew, he looked more to the world’s temptations than to God’s direction. He made choices because they ‘pleaseth [him] well’ [Judges 14:3] rather than because those choices were right. Repeatedly, the scriptures use the phrase ‘and he went down’ [Judges 14:7] as they tell of Samson’s journeys, actions, and choices. Instead of arising and shining forth to fulfill his great potential, Samson was overcome by the world, lost his God-given power, and died a tragic, early death” (“Arise and Shine Forth,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2012, 118).
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Real Talk is presented by Seagull Book and hosted by Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum.

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