Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins his exposition of Gideon the Judge by expounding his encounter with the angel of the Lord. Dr. Johnson conveys general themes of the Book of Judges in this introduction.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on God's selection of Gideon's small band of defenders of Israel.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his series on Gideon the judge with commentary on how the servant of God faltered even after his great victory over the Midianites.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a series on Samson. Dr. Johnson's introduction includes exposition on the Philistines, Israel's enemy, as well as Samson's special upbringing.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Samson's slaying of the lion in the vineyard. Dr. Johnson also comments on the Nazirite's marriage outside of God's will to a Philistine bride.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of Samson as "a man with great potential but incomplete realization."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his teachings on Samson with an exposition of the Judge's relationship with Delilah.
Judges 6: 33-34
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides insight into the presence of the Holy Spirit among the saints before the Day of Pentecost. The example of Gideon in Israel's history is used.