Gilbert House Fellowship #71: Matthew 9, 11; Luke 11

Woe_unto_You_Scribes_and_PhariseesJESUS SAVED his harshest criticism for the self-appointed gatekeepers of the faith, the scribes (lawyers) and Pharisees who became stumbling blocks between the people and God. He also had some very blunt comments about the people of his home town, Capernaum, and nearby Chorazim, saying it would be better at the judgment for the people of Nineveh, Tyre, Sidon, Sodom, and Gomorrah because they, although undeniably wicked, had never witnessed the miracles worked by Christ.

Today we discuss Jesus’ warnings to the priests and lawyers, his instructions to the disciples for prayer, and more miracles that should have been enough for the religious authorities to recognize the Messiah.

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  1. Hi I watch skywatch and have seen you on the news there. I was wondering if there are any minorities involved in your ministry or Skywatch since I have never seen any appearing on the program. If not is there a reason why? Thank You for your taking the time to answer.

    1. Author

      Thank you for watching. There are no personal or doctrinal reasons, if that’s what you mean.

  2. Hi Derek and Sharon
    I started listening to your Bible study January 1, 2020.
    You have provided a fun and easy way to follow along and learn.
    Thank you so much for making this available. You are a blessing to many!
    Can’t wait to go through your second Bible study after this one.
    Be Blessed!

    Christine Johnston

  3. I have literally been looking for a study that goes through the Bible and prayed for one! This is such an answer to prayer. I really appreciate your loyalty to God’s calling for you. God Bless you!

  4. Well I’m assuming that that woman who saw the child walk up the wall backward if she wasn’t a Christian before I’m sure she’s one now or at least I hope so I would be real quick.

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