Haggai, a prophet of correction and comfort
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Published by Marshall, Morgan & Scott, ltd. in London and Edinburgh .
Written in English


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Statementby F. Crossley Morgan, D. D.
LC ClassificationsBS1655 .M6
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6355363M
LC Control Number37016636

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Haggai, a prophet of correction and comfort; [Frank Crossley Morgan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Disputed temple: a rhetorical analysis of the book of Haggai by John Robert Barker (); Haggai, a prophet of correction and comfort by F. Crossley Morgan (Book); Men who knew God: Samuel, Amos, Haggai: prophets and their times, prophetism, and "the school of the prophets" in the Old Testament by M. O Wee . The Prophet Haggai (Overview) RAYMOND SAXE. The Book of Haggai ; CHARLES R SWINDOLL. The Prophet Haggai; Excerpt: The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon ( BC). Haggai seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the. Haggai Let’s find the first encouragement God gives the Jews to do his will. We find it in Let’s read that. [ In the second year of Darius the king, in the sixth month, in the first day of the month, came the word of the LORD by Haggai the prophet unto Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and to Joshua the son of Josedech, the high priest, saying, 2 Thus.

In the first chapter it is the purpose of correction. And then in the second chapter in which we have three messages of the prophet it is predictive. And three prophetic messages, or messages that relate to prophecy are given by the prophet. Now, all students of Haggai have noticed that the key word is the expression “consider”.   The prophet Haggai is known only through his book. True, he is mentioned with Zechariah in Ezr. 5 1 and 6 14, but the statements there found are so clearly based on the book attributed to him that they are of no value except to show that a writer about the beginning of the third century B.C. believed him to have been a historical character. Nor is there any direct information in the book of. IRONY: ch. are often called "the book of comfort" God tells this prophet to buy land. Object lesson (this prophet acted out on his message) as he visits a potter and watches the potter work. God has been working forever with Judah just like a potter, crafting his vase. God . INTRODUCTION TO HAGGAI. This part of sacred Scripture is in some Hebrew copies called "Sepher Haggai", the Book, of Haggai; in the Vulgate Latin version, the Prophecy of Haggai; and, in the Syriac and Arabic versions, the Prophecy of the Prophet Haggai.

Haggai "Then came the word of the Lord by Haggai the prophet, saying," And the word of the Lord came. "Before, he prophesied nothing, but only recited the saying of the people. Now he refutes it in his prophecy, and repeats, again and again, that he says this not of . The book of Haggai consists of four addresses of the prophet (Hag. , , , ), the first of which has two parts (, ). This structure will receive attention presently, but for now it is important to consider various viewpoints as to the origin and growth of the composition. Prophets to the returned remnant were Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. WRITER: Haggai Haggai is mentioned in Ezr_ and Ezr_ as one of the two pro phets who encouraged the remnant (that returned after the Babylonian captivity) to rebuild the temple in spite of the difficulties that beset them on every hand. From this and the brief references that he made to himself in his prophecy, four. John Trapp Complete Commentary. Haggai Speak to Zerubbabel, governor of Judah, saying, I will shake the heavens and the earth;. Ver. Speak to Zerubbabel, governor of Judah] Governors are sure to meet with many difficulties and discouragements (high seats are never but uneasy), and had need therefore of singular consolation, that they may hold on their course, like the sun in the.