Haggai prophesied for four months, taking three different days to speak five short utterances. Though he began when he was an old man, Haggai’s brief prophecies helped the remnant of Israel finish rebuilding the temple.
Author: Stephen Kaung
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-68062-140-2
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Haggai prophesied for four months, taking three different days to speak five short utterances. Though he began when he was an old man, Haggais brief prophecies helped the remnant of Israel finish rebuilding the temple. In I Corinthians 14, we are told that a prophecy speaks words to edify, encourage, and comfort (see v.3). In this volume, Stephen Kaung goes through Haggais two chapters in these three prophetic ways. He sees Haggai encouraging us first by a challenge not to give up but to repent and begin again to build. This will please and glorify the Lord. Then there are words of comfort for us in our small work, letting us know how it is all part of His great house. And finally, Haggai prophecies words to edify us, letting us know of His blessing and assuring us of His presence. Have you heard the call to rebuild the house of God? Have you given up much for that purpose? Have you come back to Jerusalem, to that simplicity which is in Christ? Have you laid the foundation which is nothing but Christ? You have done well. But to build the house of God is not an easy job. You cannot expect that the enemy will allow you to go on smoothly without any interference. You need to hear the prophetic words of God to be strengthened for the task.
Table of Contents
1—Prophetic Ministry During Recovery
2—The Background of Haggai
3—The First Word: Encouragement
5—The Second Word: Comfort
6—A Threefold Prophetic Word
7—The Third Word: Edification