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Gilbert House Fellowship #175: Zephaniah; Jeremiah 1-2

A day of wrath is that day, a day of distress and anguish, a day of ruin and devastation, a day of darkness and gloom, a day of clouds and thick darkness… Zeph. 1:15 (ESV)

YOU’D THINK that prophets of Yahweh during the reign of good king Josiah would have been a little more upbeat. Not so much.

Zephaniah’s prophecy of the Day of YHWH (Day of the Lord), when the wrath of God against the apostate kingdom of Judah is echoed by Jeremiah, as they warned of a day when He will pour out His wrath on an unbelieving world.

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Gilbert House Fellowship Special: Sin of the Amorites, the Rephaim, and the Old Gods

WHY DID God link the return of Israel from Egypt to “the iniquity of the Amorites”?

This week, to make up for missing several weeks in a row, we present the audio from two presentations Derek gave June 25th at Southside Apostolic Faith Church in Joplin, Missouri. This is the afternoon session, dealing with a group of people, the Amorites, who have had a far greater impact on the history of the world than we’ve been taught.

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