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Gilbert House Fellowship #103: Matt 28; Mark 16, Luke 24; John 20-21; Acts 1-2

road-to-emmausWE CONCLUDE our study of the gospels this week with the accounts of the Resurrection. We discuss the gospel accounts of the encounter at the empty tomb and why the apparent contradictions are not contradictions at all, the significance of the first witnesses to the risen Christ being women, and Peter’s sermon on Pentecost, the first post-Resurrection sermon in the history of Christianity.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #34: Leviticus 23-26

Click to enlarge - Image by James Courtright, www.jcourt.net

Click to enlarge – Image by James Courtright, www.jcourt.net

THE FEASTS of the Lord present an outline for God’s historical plan for our salvation. The seven feasts represent prophetic events, some fulfilled and some still ahead.

We also revisit the issue of God’s holiness as we encounter the first recorded case of blasphemy in Israel’s history. The outcome wasn’t happy for the young man who chose to curse the Name.

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