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Gilbert House Fellowship #329: Joshua 2–5

THE CROSSING of the Jordan River by the Israelites was more than preparation for the conquest of Canaan. It represented God breaching the veil between the spirit realm and the land of the living.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #326: Deuteronomy 30–32

MOSES’ LAST message was a warning—not just to the Israelites, but to the lesser elohim who’d rebelled against the authority of God.

We discuss Moses’ warning to the people against disobeying the commandments of God, the commissioning of Joshua, and the Song of Moses, which lays out the consequences of following other gods.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #324: Deuteronomy 24–27

GOD’S INSTRUCTIONS to the Israelites were surprisingly progressive for the time, prohibiting His people from engaging in predatory lending practices and providing for the poor, widows, and orphans (without a government agency to collect and redistribute wealth!).

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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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