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Gilbert House Fellowship #202: Ezekiel 38:16-39:16

It’s not Russia. It’s the whole world.

WE CONTINUE our study of the war of Gog and Magog. To reiterate, Gog will not be a Russian leader.

We explain why we should be looking at supernatural north, not a compass point. Ezekiel, like Isaiah, recognized that the great enemy of God would come from yarkete tsaphon, Mount Zaphon — the mountain on which the pagan neighbors of ancient Israel believed the palace of Baal was located.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #162: 2 Kings 18; 2 Chr 29-31; Psalm 48

HEZEKIAH WAS a better king than any since David, and better than all those who followed. He repaired and restored the Temple, reinstituted the worship of Yahweh, and tore down the high places devoted to Baal and Astarte (not just in Judah, but in Israel, too).

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Gilbert House Fellowship #161: Isaiah 21-27

ISAIAH PROPHESIED the fall of Babylon before it had risen. At the time of the prophesies we read this week, Assyria was still the dominant power in the ancient Near East, but the phrase, “Fallen, fallen is Babylon,” was revealed to the prophet anyway.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #126: 1 Kings 8; 2 Chr 5-7; Psalm 136

fire-came-down2THE CONSECRATION of the Temple on Mount Zion is the focus of this week’s Old Testament study. Solomon prays a prayer of dedication and asks the Lord to always see and hear his people when they call on His Name for forgiveness.

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