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Judah's apostasy. The rebuilding of the Temple. Offering lame animals for sacrifice. Withholding tithes. What do these remote events have to say to today's believer? The authors carefully scrutinize such classic themes as repentance and restoration, election and hope, judgment and mercy.
|Title: Zephaniah, Haggai, Malachi: Reformed Expository Commentary [REC]|
By: Iain M. Duguid, Matthew P. Harmon
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Series: Reformed Expository Commentary
Stock No: WW951981
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Gods imminent judgment on Judahs apostasy. The rebuilding of the temple. The charges to Zerubbabel. Withholding tithes. Offering lame animals for sacrifices. The roles of the Levitical priesthood. Short-lived reformations. Chronological markers. The Feast of Tabernacles. Edoms final demise. An oracle for Assyria. How do these ancient events and seemingly inapplicable topics apply to the church today? In their clear and convicting expositions of Zephaniah, Haggai, and Malachi, Duguid and Harmon show how these neglected books of the Bible are both relevant and refreshing. Through the lens of the gospel, they showcase how themes like repentance and restoration, election and hope, and judgment and mercy come together in the cross and consummation of Christ. Every pastor who seeks to teach the whole counsel of Gods ever living and always active word, should have this splendid commentary in his library.
Iain Duguid takes us on a delightful journey through some less-trodden paths of the Old Testament in a way which is warm-hearted, theologically rich, pastorally sensitive and above all, Christ-honoring. It is not easy to write in a way which marries rigorous scholarship and searching application, but this volume pulls this off with some style! This is the work of a true pastor-scholar whose touch is both light and penetrating, and which always oozes with concern for the glory of God expressed through the loving faithfulness of his people.