Gilbert House Fellowship #44: Deuteronomy 6-8

shemaHEAR, O ISRAEL, the LORD our God, the LORD is one.

These words are the opening of the Shema, the central prayer in the Jewish prayer book, a declaration of faith or pledge of allegiance, if you will, to Yahweh. This week, we continue our study of Deuteronomy with a discussion of the Shema, the promises and warnings from Yahweh to the Israelites, and how these passages relate to prophecies fulfilled in the days of Antiochus Ephiphanes and yet to be fulfilled in the time of the Antichrist.

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  1. Kathy Ruth

    Deuteronomy is one of my favorite books in the Bible. As I read and listen to you reading it, I imagine how Moses might have felt as he spoke all this. Was his heart breaking because he knew what they would eventually do. I imagine the pleading in his voice as he spoke these words. Trying to get the people to listen. Perhaps I am way off base but that is what comes to mind as I read this book. I so appreciate your faithfulness in doing these readings. God bless you greatly.

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