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Gilbert House Fellowship #259: Passover and the Triumphal Entry

WE SET aside our chronological reading order this week to look at scripture about the Passover and Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

We explain why these events were more than symbolic; they were acts of war in the spirit realm. We discuss the specific entities targeted at Passover, explain the Amorite kispum ritual, the reason Jesus rode a donkey colt into Jerusalem, why the time and place of the Transfiguration were important in this sequence of events, how the Parable of the Tenants explains the supernatural conflict, and how baptism and the Lord’s Supper fit into the history of this long spiritual war.

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Gilbert House Fellowship Special: Sin of the Amorites, the Rephaim, and the Old Gods

WHY DID God link the return of Israel from Egypt to “the iniquity of the Amorites”?

This week, to make up for missing several weeks in a row, we present the audio from two presentations Derek gave June 25th at Southside Apostolic Faith Church in Joplin, Missouri. This is the afternoon session, dealing with a group of people, the Amorites, who have had a far greater impact on the history of the world than we’ve been taught.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #141: Hebrews 7-10

AGAIN WE find it impossible to get through more than a few chapters of the incredible Book of Hebrews. These chapters systematically make the case for the superiority of Jesus and the new covenant in his blood to the old covenant under the Law given to Moses.

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