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In the eleventh chapter of the Book of Hebrews, in the thirty-second verse, the author writes, "And what shall I more say? [Hebrews ], In following through the Book of Judges, we have spoken of Gideon, we have spoken of Barak, and this morning we have the high privilege of speaking of Jephthah, The Faithful Jephthah. Following the life of these judges, we have come to Jephthah.Sunday evening is to be used as an evening of entertainment, of worldliness, "I am going to look at the television, or I am going to the picture show, or I am going to some other excursion, or we are going to entertain, or we are going to be entertained." Now, what I received through the mail this week was a very unusual thing.One of our members had been to another church, and in that church in their bulletin was an "Open Letter to Ed Sullivan." Now I can hope that nobody in my congregation ever heard of Ed Sullivan or ever knew who he was.Now there are worlds of people, world without end, that take the Lord’s Day and use it for pleasure, and especially do they do it in the evening; so much so, that if you were to add up all the churches of Christendom, practically all of them are closed on Sunday night.
Instead of going to church on Sunday night, I have stayed away and listened to you.
for the time would fail me to tell of Gideon, and of Barak, and of Samson, and of Jephthah . Now there is a format in the Book that is followed as these men are presented.
In the tenth chapter the Book of Judges, and the sixth verse, it starts again: And the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the Lord – and the seventh verse, always the same judgment – And the anger of the Lord was hot against Israel, and He sold them into the hands of the Philistines, and into the hands of the Ammonites.
Now, there are some of you who have said to me, "Now pastor, we come to church all that we can, and all that we have strength for.
But we are getting older now, and we cannot come as much we once did, and especially is that true at night.
This morning now we are in the tenth chapter and the eleventh chapter of the Book of Judges.