Gideon Kaley Honeycutt

The "Cycle of Judges" which occurs in Gideon's time.

Analysis Points of Gideon:

1. Curious, because of the amount of questions he asks God when the Lord tells him that he is to save the Israelites. (Judges 6:13-17)

2. Willing, because of the way he follows God’s orders without question, even when they are a little weird. (Judges 6:19-27)

3. Skeptical, because he will not trust in God until God gives him proof that can be seen. (Judges 6:36-40)

4. Brave, because he dwindled down his army to 300 men knowing in the back of his mind that the other army would be much bigger. (Judges 7:1-8)

5. Thankful, because after he heard the dream and the fear from the Midianites he praised the Lord. (Judges 7:15)

6. Strategic, because he used trumpets and lights to make his army seem larger than it was. (Judges 7:17-25)

7. Ruthless, because he planned to kill the men of Sukkoth and Peniel for not giving his army bread. (Judges 8:4-17)

8. Grateful, because he told the Israelites to thank God for ruling, not himself. (Judges 8:22-23)

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