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Gilbert House Fellowship #159: Revelation 19-22

WE REACH the end of the New Testament this week. The Revelation of John concludes with final judgments against Satan, the Beast, Death, Hades, and all whose names are not written in the Book of Life.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #46: Deuteronomy 14-16

feast-of-tabernaclesOUR STUDY this morning is very timely. We cover ritual “cutting” (bloodletting) to mourn the dead, jubilee years (the shemitah), dietary laws, and the three major feasts decreed by Yahweh for Israel: Unleavened Bread, Weeks, and Tabernacles (Booths), or Sukkot.

The Feast of Tabernacles begins at sundown tonight.  Tonight also marks the fourth “blood moon” of this tetrad, which is a series of four consecutive lunar eclipses—coinciding with Jewish holidays—with six full moons in between, and no intervening partial lunar eclipses. What does it all mean?

We look at Joel chapter 2, corresponding verses in Revelation 9, discuss the Day of the Lord, and speculate briefly on the Septuagint translation of Amos 7, which tells us the name of the king of an invading army of locusts: Gog.

By the way, during the discussion of dietary laws we had forgotten that Leviticus 11:21-22 specifically declares that locusts are clean. So John the Baptizer was OK with his diet of locusts and honey.

Here is the link to the video interview with Chuck Missler we mentioned during the program. (Link opens YouTube video.)

Click the arrow on the player below or right-click here (command-click if you have a Mac) to download the mp3.

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Low-bandwidth (32kbps mono) audio (right-click here to download the mp3).

Here is the Music Player. You need to installl flash player to show this cool thing!

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