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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Study Through the Bible Course
The Book of Haggai is about how God s prophet stirs up the Israelites to get back to work on the rebuilding of the temple. There is an analogy between temple building and the Christian s focus on being disciples, making disciples, and serving the church body. There s also an analogy between the literal drought the Israelites experienced and what God s people may experience the dryness of dissatisfaction and disappointment when they live as if they could care less whether or not God was present and active. This five-session course reveals that the abundant life is only possible when people respond in faith and obedience to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Consequences of Neglecting God s Work
If we stop working for God, he may make sure nothing works for us.
Haggai 1:1 11
The purpose of this study is to call us to analyze carefully whether the worship and work of God is our ultimate priority.
The Reward of Doing God s Work
If we work for God, he will be with us.
Haggai 1:12 15
This study will challenge us to be disciples and make disciples.
God s Work Is Always Worthwhile
We need to remember the value of God s work in order to persevere.
Haggai 2:1 5
The purpose of this study is to convince us that God s presence and work among us is what makes our work significant.
Looking Forward to God s House
When Jesus comes again, he will remodel this church house to far outdo even the greatest mansion on earth.
Haggai 2:6 9; 20 23
The study gives us hope based on the promise that our current work on God s house is going to be made spectacular when Christ comes again.
God s Grace Enables Us to Work for Him
When God calls us to work for him, he displays his matchless grace.
Haggai 2:10 19
The purpose of this study is to instill faith in God s promise to bless those who work on his house.
Total number of pages - 39 pages
This Study Through the Bible Course is based on a Series Builder by Randal Pelton and Craig Brian Larson.
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.