Gilbert House Fellowship #369: 1 Chronicles 16; Psalms 1, 2, 15


READING THE HEADLINES each day can cause anxiety, depression, and frustration at the plots and schemes of those who apparently feel qualified, if not entitled, to tell the rest of us how we should live.

When the news is getting to you, remember these words:

He who sits in the heavens laughs; the Lord holds them in derision. Then He will speak to them in His wrath, and terrify them in His fury, saying, “As for Me, I have set my King on Zion, my holy hill.”

Psalm 2:3–4, ESV

We discuss David’s song of thanksgiving and note a reference that’s packed with supernatural meaning: The “worthless idols” of 1 Chr. 16:26 (Hebrew ĕlîlim) may well refer to the spirits loyal to Enlil (also known as El, Dagon, and Molech), who we believe was the Watcher chief Shemihazah, leader of the Genesis 6 rebellion. Here’s a link to a short chapter from Derek’s book The Second Coming of Saturn on “Isaiah’s Worthless Idols” (link opens PDF document).

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  1. I read today that Dr. Seuss began an affair with a married woman when Mrs. Seuss had cancer. Mrs. Seuss committed suicide, supposedly because she couldn’t handle the pain of the affair, and then Dr, Seuss married the woman of the affair. If this is true, this is disappointing. to say the least.

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