This Self-Study Guide offers a look at Israel after the Babylonian exile and the prophecies that were revealed during that time. Haggai made four appeals to the people, including a call to construct the Temple and to have confidence in the future. Zechariah continued to encourage the people to finish the Temple and revealed his visions and other prophecies. And when the people became complacent, Malachi was God's instrument for rebuking them for their neglect of God and then teaching what true worship is.
The books in the Jensen Bible Self-Study Guide series are designed to provide you with a broader understanding of God's Word. Offering historical context and background, author information, charts, and other helps, these books will equip you with a comprehensive reference tool you'll return to often. Each study includes an opportunity for analysis, response, and further study in a response-oriented format. The thirty-nine books in this series are suitable for both personal and group use.
IRVING L. JENSEN (B.A., Wagner College; S.T.B., Biblical Seminary; Th.D., Northwestern Theological Seminary), was professor and chairman of the department of Bible at Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee, and the author of numerous books, including the entire Bible Self-Study Series; Jensen's Survey of the Old Testament; Jensen's Survey of the New Testament; Jensen's Bible Study Charts; Acts: An Inductive Study; Independent Bible Study; and How to Profit from Bible Reading.