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Gilbert House Fellowship #156: 2 Chr 27; Isaiah 9-12; Micah

GOD’S JUDGMENT on Israel and Judah was not going to be pleasant, but it was not to last forever.

This week, we read prophecies of Isaiah and Micah on the coming destruction of the northern kingdom by Assyria and the southern kingdom by Babylon. But we also get several clear prophecies of the coming Messiah, who would gather the remnant of Israel and rule the nations from his throne in Zion.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #154: Amos 1-9

HE HADN’T intended to be a prophet, but that’s the work to which the Lord called him. Amos, a contemporary of Isaiah, was a shepherd from south of Jerusalem in the kingdom of Judah. However, he devoted most of the nine chapters of his book to warning the northern kingdom of Israel about its imminent doom — a judgment decreed by God.

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