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Malachi

Narrated by: Dr. Bill Creasy
Length: 53 mins
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By 430 B.C. Israel is back in the land; the city of Jerusalem has been rebuilt; and the temple is operating once again. After the catastrophe of the Babylonian captivity one would think that Israel had learned its lessons. But, no. In Malachi, God levels eight accusations against his people, saying in effect: “I’ve got a number of bones to pick with you!” In the common Christian canon of Scripture, Malachi is the final book of the Hebrew Scriptures, ending with the promise of redemption through the imminent coming of his Son, the Messiah.

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Welcome to the end of the Old Testament

Yahoo! You made it to the end of the Old Testament. Good job!
We are reminded that God Doesn't change, we change in relation to God...like the prodigal son. Be good to the widow, fatherless, foreigner, and poor. The day of the Lord is coming. "He will turn the hearts of the parents to their children, and the hearts of the children to their parent..."
Now on to the New Testament!

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another great teaching

Bill Creasy answers all of the hard bible questions before you can ask them. He backs up his theology with other scriptures that even the skeptics cannot argue