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Who are the Judges?
The Judges Are Jewish leaders who ruled in the time around 1244 BCE to 879 BCE. The Judges played unique roles. They brought people together, dealt with the problems, and acted as a military leader. During this period of time there were over 17 Judges. Such as Deborah, she was one of the very first Judges. She was famous for sitting underneath a tree and giving people advice, also giving battle commands. During the time of the Judges, every Jew had a goal, that goal was do what was right by following the Torah. They followed no king. A Rare Picture of Deborah can be seen below.
Judges, Kings, and Prophets
Who are the Kings?
At first the Jews did not have any King, but Moses knew they would require one in the future. The first King was Saul; He was announced King after 400 years of being led by Prophets. The Jews didn’t believe God liked their Idea of Having a King. God wanted them to have more faith and be led off of their own beliefs. There may more Kings to come after King Saul. After Saul there was King David, who made Jerusalem the Capital of Israel.
Who are the Prophets?
A prophet is a person regarded as an inspired teacher or proclaimer of the will of God. Some examples of prophets in the Torah include Moses, Abraham, and Isiah. The Roles of the Prophets were to be called into prayer, Receiving the word of the Lord, Suffering, Worship, Encouragement, Foretelling the Future, and many more. The Prophets ruled after the Judges, and before the Kings. There are many passages in the bible of the Prophets and their work.