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  • "Indeed, the LORD will judge his people, and he will change his mind about* his servants, when he sees their strength is gone and no one is left, slave or free.2 - Deuteronomy 32:36

  • Then all the Israelites--foreigners and citizens alike--along with the leaders, officers, and judges, were divided into two groups. One group stood at the foot of Mount Gerizim, the other at the foot of Mount Ebal. Each group faced the other, and between them stood the Levitical priests carrying the Ark of the LORD's covenant. This was all done according to the instructions Moses, the servant of the LORD, had given for blessing the people of Israel. - Joshua 8:33

  • called together all the elders, leaders, judges, and officers of Israel. He said to them, "I am an old man now. - Joshua 23:2

  • Then Joshua summoned all the people of Israel to Shechem, along with their elders, leaders, judges, and officers. So they came and presented themselves to God. - Joshua 24:1

  • Then the LORD raised up judges to rescue the Israelites from their enemies. - Judges 2:16

  • Yet Israel did not listen to the judges but prostituted themselves to other gods, bowing down to them. How quickly they turned away from the path of their ancestors, who had walked in obedience to the LORD's commands. - Judges 2:17

  • Whenever the LORD placed a judge over Israel, he was with that judge and rescued the people from their enemies throughout the judge's lifetime. For the LORD took pity on his people, who were burdened by oppression and suffering. - Judges 2:18

  • But when the judge died, the people returned to their corrupt ways, behaving worse than those who had lived before them. They followed other gods, worshiping and bowing down to them. And they refused to give up their evil practices and stubborn ways. - Judges 2:19

  • The Spirit of the LORD came upon him, and he became Israel's judge. He went to war against King Cushan-rishathaim of Aram, and the LORD gave Othniel victory over him. - Judges 3:10

  • Deborah, the wife of Lappidoth, was a prophet who had become a judge in Israel. - Judges 4:4

  • He was Israel's judge for twenty-three years. When he died, he was buried in Shamir. - Judges 10:2

  • After Tola died, a man from Gilead named Jair judged Israel for twenty-two years. - Judges 10:3

  • I have not sinned against you. Rather, you have wronged me by attacking me. Let the LORD, who is judge, decide today which of us is right--Israel or Ammon." - Judges 11:27

  • Jephthah was Israel's judge for six years. When he died, he was buried in one of the towns of Gilead. - Judges 12:7

  • After Jephthah, Ibzan became Israel's judge. He lived in Bethlehem, - Judges 12:8

  • and he had thirty sons and thirty daughters. He married his daughters to men outside his clan and brought in thirty young women from outside his clan to marry his sons. Ibzan judged Israel for seven years. - Judges 12:9

  • After him, Elon from Zebulun became Israel's judge. He judged Israel for ten years. - Judges 12:11
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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