and after you hear what they are saying, you will have the courage to attack the camp.” So with his servant Purah he went down to the outposts of the camp.
It’s a little funny how gentle the Almighty is with Gid’on. I wonder if it is because he comes from a later time, when Israel had become estranged. Less seems to be demanded from him at this pointin his life. This is an interesting example of people only being challenged by what they can handle. It is important to meet people where they are if we wish to help them become who they were made to be.