Gilbert House Fellowship #229: From Gilgal Refaim to Glasgow

WE’RE BACK with a brief summary of highlights from our whirlwind tours of the Holy Land and the UK.

Derek and Sharon on the Temple Mount

We discuss sites we visited, such as Gilgal Refaim, Joshua’s altar, and Harosheth Haggoyim (the headquarters of Sisera, commander of the army of the Canaanite king Jabin), the amazing artifacts at the British Museum, and an incredible divine appointment at the site of Aleister Crowley’s home overlooking Loch Ness.

Our next study of the Old Testament begins with Genesis 1 next week!

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10 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #229: From Gilgal Refaim to Glasgow

  1. Sherry Ackerman

    So glad to see you back ! I missed you ! <3

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  3. Lynn Shepard

    So glad I was able to be with you in Israel and Jordan! It was really really awesome!!

  4. Sabby

    Thanking the Lord for your safe return!

  5. Carol Haycock

    Glad you are back, thanking the Lord for your safe return. Thank you for the telling of Devine appointments.

  6. Claire Haddad

    You two are my favorite couple and what you do is so relevant for today. I hope I will have the honor of meeting you in Branson in August. God bless you. Claire Haddad

  7. Claire Haddad

    I placed a remark and it disappeared. I apologize if I am not allowed to comment. I do not know what the requirements are. Nevertheless I am listening to the Bible study and eny them very much. thank you.

    • Hi, Claire: No, comments are allowed. We just have to approve them (prevents spam and discourages trolls), but since I’m traveling this weekend it didn’t happen as quickly as it should have.

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