Gilbert House Fellowship #206: Ezekiel 47-48; Joel 1-2

WE CONCLUDE our study of Ezekiel and move on to the apocalyptic prophecy of Joel this week. Here’s a hint: The soldiers of Joel’s Army are the bad guys.

We discuss Ezekiel’s prophecy of the division of the land among the twelve tribes of Israel, and then we analyze Joel’s prophecy of the coming judgment on the Day of Yahweh (the Day of the Lord) and explain why we believe Joel’s prophecy is another description of the War of Gog and Magog, which ends with the Battle of Armageddon.

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Big news: Pastor Carl Gallups, messianic rabbi Zev Porat, and Justen & Wes Faull are part of the 2019 SkyWatchTV Wars of the Gods Tour of Israel!

The tour flies from New York City to Tel Aviv Sunday, May 12, 2019, and returns Thursday, May 23. If you want to extend your trip a few days to join us in Jordan, you’d return Monday, May 27, 2019. For more information, log on to

Book Four of Sharon’s series of supernatural thrillers The Redwing Saga, Realms of Stone, is available now at Amazon!

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4 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #206: Ezekiel 47-48; Joel 1-2

  1. Pingback: Joel’s Army – Weapon of Mass Distraction

  2. Peggy Hudak

    For many years I’ve been wanting to find a Bible study like this!! I love the format and the back and forth between the two of you. It’s the perfect model for how Christians should engage each other in studying God’s word; remembering that iron sharpens iron. I just think it’s wonderful and I love it. Thank you so very, very much!

  3. Rev. Dr. Keren Micha-El Stein

    I love your work but wish all of it was audio for the vision impaired.

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