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  • Getting Started Again Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jan 7, 2012
    based on 10 ratings

    Things work when God is first.

    Getting Started Again Haggai 1:1-4 Rev. Brian Bill 1/8/12 I came across some funny school excuses that parents have sent in. • Please excuse John from being absent on January 28, 29, 30, and 33. • Marge could not come to school because she was bothered with very close more

  • Build The Temple, That I May Take Pleasure In It And Be Glorified

    Contributed by Jose R. Hernandez on Apr 8, 2011

    Today I want to speak to you about God’s blessings. But before proceeding, we must define what a blessing from God is.

    Today I want to speak to you about God’s blessings. But before proceeding, we must define what a blessing from God is. The word blessing, as it relates to a blessing from God, is defined as follows: “a thing conducive to happiness or welfare.”[1] This is why on other occasions, I more

  • Prioritizing Your Passions

    Contributed by Keith Linkous on Sep 1, 2001
    based on 118 ratings

    What priority do you give to the things of God? Learn some things about yourself in this insightful message.

    Ecclesiastes 3 lists several items that are described as having their specific time. The first verse, in fact, drives the point home, saying, "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven." Solomon then goes on to give examples of what he’s saying, giving more

  • It's Time To Build The Lord's House

    Contributed by Abraham Shanklin on Jun 16, 2003
    based on 141 ratings

    The first message from Haggai to the ruling politician, the religious priest and the returned people addresses the unfinished house of God. For eighteen years God’s work was delayed.

    It’s Time To Build The Lord’s House Scripture Reference: Haggai 1:1-15 INTRODUCTION In 586 B.C. Nebuchadnezzar invaded and overthrew Jerusalem. The city was raised to the ground and the temple was completely destroyed. God’s people were taken into Babylon as captives and there they remained for more

  • This Is Not The Right Time

    Contributed by Paul George on Jul 2, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    The time has not come to build the house of the Lord.

    The Lord of hosts doesn’t call the exiles “His people” because they were ignoring His will. They say the time is not right to restore the temple. They are using an injunction issued by the Persian court against the rebuilding of the wall around Jerusalem as an excuse for not restoring the temple more

  • Restoring The Passion

    Contributed by Mike Hullah on Aug 12, 2003
    based on 79 ratings

    Ever lost your passion for the things of God in your life? Does the local church seem to be in a dry season? God wants us to have a zealousness for Him and His things,He wants to restore the passion we have for Him. Lessons from Haggai.

    RESTORING THE PASSION Ever lost your passion for the things of God in your life? Does the local church seem to be in a dry season? Are you losing hope? God wants us to have a zealousness for Him and His things, He wants to restore the passion we have for Him and allow our individual and corporate more

  • Who's First In Your Life?

    Contributed by Dennis Lawrence on Mar 30, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    The ancient prophet Haggai teaches us about how to fulfill Jesus’ first great commandment.

    Who’s First in Your Life? The prophet Isaiah declared, as recorded in Isaiah 6: “In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple. Above it stood the seraphims; each one had six wings; with two he covered his face, and more

  • A Call To Restore The Temple

    Contributed by Paul George on Jul 5, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    The Book of Haggai is addressed to the captives that have returned to Jerusalem from Babylon. The book contains four appeals.

    Introduction Haggai takes us back to the time when the Babylonian captives were permitted to return to their homeland. In 538BC, the first year of Cyrus king of Persia, in order to fulfill the prediction the people from Judah and Jerusalem will spend seventy years in captivity (Jeremiah 25), more

  • Build God's House!

    Contributed by David Mende on Jul 7, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    The Jews were concerned more about building their own houses rather than building God's house. Consequently, God gives this message to His prophet to rebuke His people. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give brief feedback.

    Introduction (Secure Attention): Have you ever thought along these lines, “I am going to serve the Lord after I grow old.” “I want to work for God but I’m too busy.” “I want to serve God but I’m not sure whether I’ll be able to do anything at all for the Lord.” If you had any thoughts like that, more

  • Submissive Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Dec 1, 2014

    Two weeks ago I taught that the core principle of satisfaction was rooted in giving. Not spending, not getting, not working, not saving, not investing, not begging, and not gambling. The only way to achieve a satisfied life is by giving.

    Why? There are a lot of things in the world that just don’t make sense. They are mysteries to me. Here are a few of the things I wonder about: As we get older in school why do the desks get smaller? This is the desk I had in elementary school. Here is the desk I had in Junior HI. Here more

  • No Longer A Quitter

    Contributed by Tim Hinrichs on Jul 25, 2011

    Learn why we quit following God's lead, the consequences for it and what to do about quitting - let go and trust God's promises.

    GOD’S renovation project Haggai 1 When we moved to Eastern Europe one of the surprising things I noticed were all the buildings in the process of being built. First of all everything was built of brick. And secondly it looked like most of the buildings were just sitting there half built or more

  • Renewing Priorities Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jun 26, 2011
    based on 50 ratings

    Haggai & Zechariah came to challenge God’s people to restore God’s priorities in their hearts. The first message of Haggai emphasized four ways to renew their priorities & restore God’s blessings on their lives.

    HAGGAI 1: 1-14 RENEWING PRIORITIES [Ezra 9-10] Following the revival under Josiah, God’s people fell back into the degradation and sin surrounding the 55 year reign of his grandson Manasseh. Thus since the people would not learn by responding to the Word of God they had to learn through harsh more

  • Don't Get Sidetracked Series

    Contributed by Peter Toy on Feb 12, 2019

    A life without a mission is a life without meaning. First sermon in a series on the Book of Haggai.

    Don't Get Sidetracked -- Haggai 1:1-11 A life without a mission is a life without meaning. Fritz Kreisler was one of the most famous violin masters of his or any other day, and regarded as one of the greatest violinists of all time, he was known for his sweet tone and expressive phrasing. To more

  • Build The Right House Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Feb 10, 2013

    God calls us to refocus our priorities and not become content with a life which is not highly interactive with God.

    You can listen to the full sermon here:- Message Today we are going to star on a series of three sermons on the book of Haggai. Put up your hand if you are confident that you can find the book of Haggai without help from your index? That more

  • Consider Your Ways Series

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Oct 30, 2000
    based on 104 ratings

    The prophet Haggai gives the returned exiles of Judah a wake-up call because of their complacency and recalls them to faithful service to their God who has done some much for them.

    CONSIDER YOUR WAYS A prominent person, I believe it was Henry Ford, is reputed to have said, "history is bunk". Why he said that, I can’t think, because if we don’t learn from the mistakes of the past, we’re sure to repeat them. That’s the story of the world and is especially true for the more