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Oburzający, się słuchacza podróż ( poszukiwaniu znowu zagłębia się chwilę stworzyć from the Lord and from a relationship that is centered Him and Him alone! It pays to acknowledge God everything we do. It pays to call on Him, look to Him and trust Him for the victories we seek life. Jephthah became a but only because he was first a servant of God who looked to the Lord for the victory! Conclusion: The reject became the ruler! Most of us not become rulers our lifetime, but there are some lessons we can take away from this message on Jephthah. 1. We all have strengths and weaknesses, but the Lord can use us and make something special out of our lives. 2. There be a cycle of sin our background, but it can be broken today! 3. God can use you spite of your past, your family or your failures. 4. Your treatment of others reveals how you really feel about God. 5. You can and should serve God faithfully today and trust Him with all your tomorrows. If He has touched you through the story of Jephthah, you should obey His voice and do exactly what He is calling you to do! Judges 11 And the elders of Gilead said to Jephthah, The LORD is witness between us; surely we do as you have said. Bush The Lord be witness between us. Heb. שמע בנותינו shomaa benothënu, be the hearer between us. They confirm their promise by the solemnity of oath, appealing to God's omniscience as the judge of their present sincerity, and to his justice as avenger, if they should afterwards prove false to their engagements. ‘Whatever we speak, it concerns us to remember that God is a hearer, and to speak accordingly.' Jehovah is Witness between us is a picture of two parties making a covenant, Jehovah observing and listening to covenant terms of both parties and holding both accountable for fulfilling their obligations and promises of the covenant. NET Note on the LORD is witness between us The statement by the leaders of Gilead takes the form of a legally binding oath, which obligates them to the terms of the agreement. A R Fausset Barber comments that Fausset's work is of immeasurable value. Remains one of the finest treatments extant. A must for the expositor. And the elders of Gilead said unto Jephthah, The LORD be witness between us, if we do not according to thy words Judges 11 Then Jephthah went with the elders of Gilead, and the people made him head and chief over them; and Jephthah spoke all his words before the LORD at Mizpah. Bush Then Jephthah went with the elders. Thus evincing a generous forgetfulness of all their previous wrongs and indignities. No injuries should make us implacable; we must forgive as we to be forgiven. And Jephthah uttered all his words before the Lord Mizpeh. Or, Heb. ‘for Jephthah uttered all his words,' &c. That is, all the words pertaining to the solemn compact which had now been entered into. The words seem to be inserted to explain how it was that the people, as affirmed the preceding clause, made him head and captain over them. The arrangement had first been concluded upon at Gilead between Jephthah and the elders. But this was not sufficient. He would have it solemnly repeated and ratified after entering the camp at Mizpeh, between himself and the whole assembled congregation. order to give it the utmost validity, and preclude all future misunderstanding, the people must confirm the act by their own choice, and this is said to have been done ‘before the Lord,' to indicate the religious and solemn manner which the transaction was conducted, as if under his immediate inspection and sanction. on 4. NET Note on spoke all his words This probably refers to the words recorded v. 9. Jephthah repeats the terms of the agreement at the LORD's sanctuary, perhaps to ratify the contract or to emphasize the Gileadites' obligation to keep their part of the bargain. Another option is to translate,