Gidon, The Untold Story
Premise: A baby was born into a large family and growing up this child learned Hashem's ways; when the Jewish nation began to displease Hashem with idol worship, Hashem spoke to this young man and told him to form an army to fight the yetzer horah.
The children of Israel did evil in the sight of Hashem and He delivered them into the hand of Midian for seven years. The Israelites took refuge in dens and strongholds in the mountains, and in caves. At harvest time, when the crops which had been sown by the Israelites were ready for the reaping, the Midianites came with their numbers of camels and ate up the crops. They were so many of them that when they left, the land was bare, with no food for man or the animals.
The children of Israel cried out to Hashem and wanted to know why this great trouble had come upon them, and He sent them a prophet to tell them that it was because He had brought them up out of Egypt, and had delivered them from all oppression, and He had told them not to worship the gods of the country in which they lived, for He was the Lord their God. They had not obeyed Him, and for this they were being punished.