Sermon Series
  • 1. Haggai's Times

    Contributed on Nov 6, 2008
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    The times in which Haggai lived and worked were among the most fruitful the world has ever known. He is in company with the greats, at a critical time.

    Haggai’s times August 29, 520 BC That’s how the date at the beginning of Haggai figures out. By the time we get to the end of the First Testament, we find dates that are among the most identifiable in the Bible. The magi of Assyria, Babylonia and Persia used the stars for establishing their more

  • 2. A Call To Work

    Contributed on Nov 6, 2008
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    As Haggai called Judah to work on the Temple, so we are called to work on our Temple, the Temple that is comprised of God’s people.

    A call to work Haggai 1 The symptom Zerubbabel the governor was facing an economic crisis. He was watching the decline as surely as politicians and leaders are watching it today. The reasons were different. Today we have a crisis in banking and high financial institutions. Zerubbabel’s more

  • 3. A Promise Of Glory

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2008
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    Be encouraged. The work we do for God is dependent not on our personal resources, but on God’s abundance and glory.

    A Promise of Glory Haggai 2:1–9 It is the truth that our minds soften the past by helping us not to dwell on that which troubles us. Our forgetfulness deceives us into thinking that times were better. Here is the timetable to date: • Aug 29 Haggai brings a word of encouragement to more

  • 4. The End Of The Curse

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2008
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    The blessing is not the encouragement to begin, but the progress of the work.

    Wouldn’t it be great if good health was contagious? All a well person would have to do is breathe on a sick person and he would get better. A person without AIDS could give a blood transfusion to a person with AIDS and they would be healed. The contagion of meningitis would work the opposite way, more

  • 5. Chosen By God

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2008
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    God loves you and values you. You are an important part of His kingdom work.

    The blessing takes an additional facet On December 18, 520 BC God came to Haggai and announced to the people the end of the economic decline and crop failures. He said, "from now on I will bless you." On the same day, God sent a personal word to the governor, Zerubbabel. To Zerubbabel, when more