O.T. Action News: Battle at the Kishon
OT Action News reports on the story of Deborah and Barak and their battle against the Canaanites.
Suddenly, the show is interrupted. It's an O. T. Action News brief. It seems that Deborah, chief judge of Israel is summoning Barak into battle. He must assemble warriors on Mount Tabor and rebel against the Canaanites! Barak agrees but only if Deborah will go with him. Whit and Connie stop by to give their perspective on the subject before we head back to the field. General Sisera tells the reporters about his fine fleet of chariots and then heads off to battle the Hebrew resistance. The battle eventually begins, but we only hear bits and pieces. Apparently a rain storm comes up and blows wind and rain in the faces of the Canaanites. It's an unbelievable victory for the Israelites! But General Sisera escapes before Barak can catch him.
We now return to Good Housekeeping Throughout History. Suddenly Sisera bursts onto the set of the show. Jael woos him with milk and puts him to sleep and even tells Mandy to wait outside.
Once again we're interrupted by O. T. Action News. Barak is pursuing Sisera, but when he comes upon a tent, he finds that Sisera is already dead. He fell under the hand of Jael. After some closing comments from Whit, Brink Chetley says goodbye. And that's it for another edition of O. T. Action News!
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- Why was Barak so afraid to go into battle?
- Is it right or wrong to be afraid?
- How can we apply the Bible story to today?
- Can you think of any ways that you are like Barak?
- Read Hebrews 11:32-33. Why is this list of people so notable?
- This episode was originally a collaborative Script called O.T. Action News: Barak. Created by Cordana Webb, a combined name for Nathan Hoobler, Corina Bolin and OdysseyFan. The original script was completely revamped by Nathan Hoobler after he was hired as a writer, and came out much better, and while most elements are different, some things remained the same, "good housekeeping" was originally "Marta Servant" a spoof on Martha Stewart. The part For Mandy Straussberg was originally written for Sarah Prachett.
- This is Nathaniel Graham's last episode.
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