Sermons from December 2018
Haggai is the first of the post-exilic prophets. His name means “my feast” which likely means that he was born on or near a prominent Jewish festival. He is mentioned twice in the book of Ezra (5:1; 6:14). He is a contemporary of Zechariah, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Ezekiel. Haggai’s ministry focused on the remnant return of Jews of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin from their…
The Old Testament book of Esther is one of the most fascinating in all Scripture. It is widely known for the fact that God is never specifically mentioned, yet his presence is seen throughout in “coincidences” and ironic reversals of fate—all accomplishing the purpose of rescuing his people.
What is to Love About Hezekiah? 2 Chronicles 29-32