Gilbert House Fellowship #325: Deuteronomy 28–29

GOD’S COVENANT with Israel was conditional, with blessings for obedience to His commandments and curses for disobedience.

Disobedience can be summarized as serving other elohim. The promises of harsh punishment for worshiping other gods may seem extreme to us, but the consequences of following those entities are actually worse than the awful things that God warned would befall Israel if the people failed to heed His warning—because those consequences are eternal.

Here’s the link to the article Derek mentioned at the end of the study: Scientist calculates precise date of final Aliyah of Jews to Israel based on Tribal borders


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4 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #325: Deuteronomy 28–29

  1. Janie Tink

    Do you know if the Defender Bible will be available again?

  2. Janie Tink

    Deut 28:60 The NET Bible concurs that these are the plagues the Lord inflicted on the Egyptians prior to the Exodus.

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