HUNGERING AND THIRSTING; Food for the Soul

“Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after righteousness for they shall be filled” Jesus Christ urges us into activity.  The activity is urgent, vehement; it is the most energetic activity that one could possibility imagine, therefore Jesus employs the metaphor of hungering and thirsting. There no need more basic to the physical man than... Continue Reading →

THE FINAL PROMISES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT; Malachi

After Malachi the voice of the prophet was not heard for 400 years. 400 years of silence. That silence was only broken when that voice was heard crying in the wilderness. The one whose Malachi's very name anticipated was born to preach and to introduce the Lamb of God to lost and dying humanity.

CONSIDER YOUR WAYS; Haggai

Haggai was called to a good and godly remnant who as a result of discouragement had lost a sense of priority. This same problem has afflicted Christians in every age. We lose our determination and zeal. We become focused on careers, homes and all the other trappings of a materialistic society. We no longer have the interest in the Lord's Work that once we had. This is not apostasy but a lukewarmness that overtakes the body of the Church. To such a people Haggai was called.

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