Gilbert House Fellowship #185: Jeremiah 49-50

PROPHECIES AGAINST Ammon, Edom, and Babylon are the focus of this week’s study. Again we find that by looking closely, we see references to rebellious supernatural entities: Milcom (or Molech), the national god of the Ammonites, and Marduk, king of the pantheon in Babylon, as well as demonic entities known in ancient Israel such as Pachad (“terror”).

We discuss the near-term fulfillment to Jeremiah’s prophecy, the destruction of the kingdoms of Ammon, Moab, and Babylon, but also the last days fulfillment, especially of Babylon, and we review the meaning of herem — a Hebrew word usually translated “devoted to destruction.”


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Derek’s new book The Day the Earth Stands Still: Unmasking the Old Gods Behind UFOs, ETs, and the Official Disclosure Movement, co-authored with Josh Peck, is available now in paperback and as a Kindle e-book! See www.OfficialDisclosure.com for more info.

Derek’s book The Great Inception: Satan’s PSYOPs from Eden to Armageddon is now an e-book for the Kindle and Nook! For free samples, click here for a series of articles drawn from material in the book, or click here for a series of short (5-10 minute) videos based on the book.


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