Haggai Zechariah Malachi

An excellent exegetical commentary

Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

An excellent exegetical commentary

Haggai Zechariah and Malachi

He shows the connections between the post-exilic world and our own, and explains how these books contain a vital message for the church today, living in the gap between promise and reality.

Haggai  Zechariah and Malachi

The post-exilic prophetic books of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi are set in times of great adversity. God's people are minnows in the vast Persian Empire, and the promises of the earlier prophets for a glorious restoration of Jerusalem seem far from their experience. These books, from beginning to end, restate God's intention to establish his glorious kingdom, and explain what this means for the lives of his people. For Haggai and Zechariah, the immediate challenge was to rebuild the temple in view of God's return. For Malachi, the challenge was covenant unfaithfulness which had infected the people s attitudes towards God, and how this needed to change in view of future judgment. God used each of these prophets to remind the people of the true King and to re-order their lives and their community in the light of the reality of his coming kingdom. In this Apollos Old Testament Commentary, Anthony Petterson offers detailed commentary on these prophetic books, setting them in their wider biblical-theological context. He shows the connections between the post-exilic world and our own, and explains how these books contain a vital message for the church today, living in the gap between promise and reality. The Apollos Old Testament Commentary series aims to take with equal seriousness the divine and human aspects of Scripture. It expounds the books of the Old Testament in a scholarly manner accessible to non-experts, and shows the relevance of the Old Testament to modern readers. Intended primarily to serve the needs of those who preach from the Old Testament, they are equally suitable for use by scholars and all serious students of the Bible.

Haggai Zechariah and Malachi

The ministry of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi is a record of how God deals with people he has restored as they try to translate their basic loyalty to him into practical action.

Haggai  Zechariah and Malachi

The ministry of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi is a record of how God deals with people he has restored as they try to translate their basic loyalty to him into practical action. Restoring their temple and the physical trappings of their ravaged kingdom was not an end in itself. God was, and is, primarily interested in obedient minds and wills in people who have a heart for God.

Haggai Zechariah Malachi

In the first half of this Guide the preaching of Haggai and Zechariah (chs. 1-8) is placed within its historical setting of Persian rule and within the history of prophetism.

Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

In the first half of this Guide the preaching of Haggai and Zechariah (chs. 1-8) is placed within its historical setting of Persian rule and within the history of prophetism. The latter part of the book explores how the two parts of the book of Zechariah are related, and investigates problems in Zechariah 9-14, with its special importance for the background of the New Testament, and Malachi.

Haggai Zechariah Malachi

In this all-new Tyndale Old Testament Commentary, we meet the three prophets who were sent to reform the Israelite community after exile. Andrew Hill shows how their oracles remain timely for the church today.

Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

Despite the return of the Hebrews from the Babylonian exile, selfishness, apathy and despair crippled their community spirit. In response to this distress, God raised up three prophetic voices in Jerusalem. Haggai rallied the people to rebuild the Second Temple. Zechariah was given visions of the return of the glory of the Lord to Zion. Malachi preached repentance, covenant justice and restoration of proper temple worship. Andrew Hill's excellent commentary on these oracles shows how they remain timely for the Christian church s worship and mission in the world.

Haggai Zechariah Malachi

For each prophet's work, Joyce Baldwin first considers the general issues of author, text and message, then offers a passage-by-passage commentary--from publisher description.

Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

For each prophet's work, Joyce Baldwin first considers the general issues of author, text and message, then offers a passage-by-passage commentary--from publisher description.

The Minor Prophets

" --John F. Brug, Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly "This volume is a solid resource for both student and pastor. It provides a demonstration of what evangelical scholarship can do as it honestly wrestles with the text.

The Minor Prophets

With their messages of doom and judgment, the Minor Prophets have not been popular subjects in the history of biblical interpretation. In this exegetical and expository commentary, noted scholars remedy this neglect by offering an authoritative, evangelical treatment on the prophets. This volume, the third of three, features commentary by J. Alec Motyer (Zephaniah and Haggai), Thomas McComiskey (Zechariah), and Douglas Stuart (Malachi). The authors not only provide meticulous exegesis of the Hebrew text but also relate the message of the ancient prophets to contemporary life in practical and meaningful ways.

The Books of Haggai Zechariah and Malachi

Follows the pattern of the series in discussing the content and background in dating the authorship of the books, and in offering a section-by-section presentation of the NEB text with commentary.

The Books of Haggai  Zechariah and Malachi

Follows the pattern of the series in discussing the content and background in dating the authorship of the books, and in offering a section-by-section presentation of the NEB text with commentary.

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Haggai Zechariah Malachi and Jonah

Commentaries on the Old Testament books of Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi and Jonah are included in this book, which is part of the International Critical Commentary series.

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi and Jonah

Commentaries on the Old Testament books of Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi and Jonah are included in this book, which is part of the International Critical Commentary series.

Exalting Jesus in Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah and Malachi

Led by series editors David Platt, Daniel L. Akin, and Tony Merida, this series affirms that the Bible is a Christ-centered book, containing a unified story of redemptive history of which Jesus is the hero.

Exalting Jesus in Zephaniah  Haggai  Zechariah  and Malachi

Led by series editors David Platt, Daniel L. Akin, and Tony Merida, this series affirms that the Bible is a Christ-centered book, containing a unified story of redemptive history of which Jesus is the hero. It’s presented as sermons, divided into chapters that conclude with a "Reflect & Discuss" section, making this series ideal for small group study, personal devotion, and even sermon preparation.

Opening the Windows of Blessing

Exploring these books of the Bible provides an insightful study of God's communication, character, and blessings.

Opening the Windows of Blessing

The exciting New Inductive Study Series (more than 880,000 copies sold) was created by Kay Arthur for people who long to immerse themselves in God's Word but need a 15-minutes-a-day resource to match their busy lifestyles. This exciting study focuses on Zecharaiah, Malachi, and Haggai, three prophets who shared God's messages of instruction and discipline and also words of encouragement and hope. Exploring these books of the Bible provides an insightful study of God's communication, character, and blessings. Using Kay Arthur's inductive study method, the truths of these Old Testament books inspire readers to hear God's message, become obedient, and share in the living hope of a Father who clearly conveys the promise of great blessings.

Haggai Zechariah and Malachi

This volume is part of The New Century Bible Commentary.

Haggai  Zechariah and Malachi

This volume is part of The New Century Bible Commentary.

ESV Scripture Journal Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah and Malachi

ESV Scripture Journal: Zephaniah positions the full text of the book of Zephaniah opposite lightly lined blank pages for recording notes and prayers--a great resource for personal Bible reading and reflection, group Bible studies, or sermon ...

ESV Scripture Journal  Zephaniah  Haggai  Zechariah  and Malachi

ESV Scripture Journal: Zephaniah positions the full text of the book of Zephaniah opposite lightly lined blank pages for recording notes and prayers--a great resource for personal Bible reading and reflection, group Bible studies, or sermon notes.

The Twelve Prophets Micah Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi

This two-volume set is a literary commentary of the book of the Twelve Prophets.

The Twelve Prophets  Micah  Nahum  Habakkuk  Zephaniah  Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

This two-volume set is a literary commentary of the book of the Twelve Prophets. Building upon the author's previous work on the structure and literary coherence of the book of Isaiah, it attempts to read the book of the Twelve as a distinctive literary work with its own structure, themes and theological or ideological perspective. In addition, it treats each of the twelve minor prophets as a literary entity unto itself as well as a component unity of the larger book of the Twelve.

Haggai Zechariah Malachi

These books, from beginning to end, restate God's intention to establish his glorious kingdom, and explain what this means for the lives of his people.

Haggai  Zechariah   Malachi

The post-exilic prophetic books of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi are set in times of great adversity. God's people are minnows in the vast Persian Empire, and the promises of the earlier prophets for a glorious restoration of Jerusalem seem far from their experience. These books, from beginning to end, restate God's intention to establish his glorious kingdom, and explain what this means for the lives of his people. For Haggai and Zechariah, the immediate challenge was to rebuild the temple in view of God's return. For Malachi, the challenge was covenant unfaithfulness which had infected the people s attitudes towards God, and how this needed to change in view of future judgment. God used each of these prophets to remind the people of the true King and to re-order their lives and their community in the light of the reality of his coming kingdom. In this Apollos Old Testament Commentary, Anthony Petterson offers detailed commentary on these prophetic books, setting them in their wider biblical-theological context. He shows the connections between the post-exilic world and our own, and explains how these books contain a vital message for the church today, living in the gap between promise and reality. The Apollos Old Testament Commentary series aims to take with equal seriousness the divine and human aspects of Scripture. It expounds the books of the Old Testament in a scholarly manner accessible to non-experts, and shows the relevance of the Old Testament to modern readers. Intended primarily to serve the needs of those who preach from the Old Testament, they are equally suitable for use by scholars and all serious students of the Bible.

Haggai Zechariah Malachi

"In expounding the text, Baldwin produces evidence of balanced scholarship and a high degree of spiritual insight."

Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

Three neglected but important prophets receive a fresh and penetrating analysis in this introduction and commentary. For each prophet's work, Joyce Baldwin first considers the general issues of author, text and message, then offers a passage-by-passage commentary. "Considerable attention has been given in the book to background material, and proper consideration is accorded to the views of those from whom the author differs," writes reviewer R. K. Harrison. "In expounding the text, Baldwin produces evidence of balanced scholarship and a high degree of spiritual insight."