Gilbert House Fellowship #171: Isaiah 59-64

GOD ALLOWED Assyria and Babylon to oppress His people because they had turned away from Him. In our study this week, we discuss Isaiah’s prophecy of a day when the world will come to Israel to bring tribute to the Lord.

We discuss the legal language as Isaiah recounts the sins of Israel, the difference between legalism and righteousness, more divine council references, especially to the deities known in the ancient world as Salem (Peace) and Tsedeq (Righteousness), and the ultimate restoration of Israel and Jerusalem, “A City Not Forsaken.”

Join us at the Blessed Hope Prophecy Forum October 13-15, 2017 in Norman, Oklahoma! 33 experts on Bible prophecy, geopolitics, theology, and archaeology will gather at the Embassy Suites in Norman for the prophecy event of the year. If you can’t attend, the live video stream delivers 44 presentations from the speakers to you via the Internet, and all messages are archived for 60 days after the conference.

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Sharon’s supernatural thriller Blood Lies: Book One of The Redwing Saga is available in paperback and as a Kindle e-book!

Book Two of The Redwing Saga, Blood Rites, is now available for pre-order at Amazon!

Derek’s book The Great Inception: Satan’s PSYOPs from Eden to Armageddon is now an e-book for the Kindle and Nook! For free samples, click here for a series of articles drawn from material in the book, or click here for a series of short (5-10 minute) videos based on the book.

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  1. Derek,
    Do you and Sharon attend church with a local body of believers or do you two have a church meeting with other believers in your home?

    Thanks for your response.

    1. Author

      Hi, Tracy: We don’t, mainly because we produce these studies on Sunday mornings.

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