OUR STUDY nears the end of the life of Moses, as the prophet gives final instructions to Israel before turning them over to Joshua and sending them across the Jordan River into Canaan. We discuss the blessings and curses God promised the people, depending on their faithfulness in following His commands, and the prophecies fulfilled by the Assyrians, Babylonians, and Romans as a result of the Israelites “whoring after foreign gods”.
Click here for the Divine Council website, an introduction of the concepts we’ll discuss next time in Deuteronomy chapter 32.
We advance through history from the Garden to the Flood and look at the Enemy’s response to the Protoevangelium, the first prophecy of a coming Savior: The genetic corruption that followed the decision of the Bene Elohim to leave their first estate and take wives from among the daughters of man–in short, the Nephilim.
Also: A discussion of what it means to be created “in the image” of God and the implications for transhumanism and/or the discovery of life elsewhere in the universe; the significance of God creating man and woman, and the occult emphasis on androgyny; the first sacrifice; and the various views of what happened in the days of Noah–specifically, who were the Sons of God?