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Nahum’s Prophecy for Our Day

Nahum “Jehovah is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that take refuge in Him” (Nahum 1:7 ASV). by Robert Goodman Listen to audio  Nahum was the seventh of the Minor Prophets. His writings focused on the judgment and destruction of the Assyrian Empire. The name Nahum means “comforter” or “penitent,” and his prophetic writings provided a message of hope and encouragement to the tribe of Judah. During his life, Judah suffered under the oppression of the []

Habakkuk, the Unknown Prophet

Habakkuk “And Jehovah answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon the tablets, that he may run that readeth it. For the vision is yet for the appointed time, and it hasteth toward the end, and shall not lie: though it tarry, wait for it because it will surely come, it will not delay” (Habakkuk 2:2,3, RVIC. Other scriptures below from NASB 1995, unless otherwise noted.) by Len Griehs Listen to audio  Although the theme text refers to []

Zephaniah and a Pure Language

Zephaniah “For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve him with one consent” (Zephaniah 3:9). by Richard Doctor Listen to audio  The opening lines of Zephaniah trace back the prophet’s paternal line over four generations and no equivalent is found in any other prophet. It is reasonable to conclude that Zephaniah was a direct descendant of King Hezekiah. This prophetic book comes from the days of good []

I Will Fill This House with Glory

Haggai “Once more in a little while, I am going to shake the heavens and the earth, the sea also and the dry land. I will shake all the nations” (Haggai 2:6,7. All scriptures are from the NASB). by Ernie Kuenzli Listen to audio  Eighteen years after Israel’s return from Babylonian captivity, the temple still had not been rebuilt.1 Even though Cyrus, king of Persia, had issued a proclamation to rebuild the temple and the foundation had been laid with much rejoicing, the effort []

Zechariah’s Eight Night Visions

Zechariah “I lifted up mine eyes and saw” (Zechariah 1:18, 2:1, 5:1, 6:1 RVIC). by Joe Megacz Listen to audio  In this article, we will consider the visions Zechariah saw, all in one night, and see in them a thumbnail sketch of the Divine Plan of the Ages. These visions are highly symbolic. Some of them can have more than one interpretation. Vision One: Horses among Myrtle Trees (Zechariah 1:7-17) In this first vision God shows Zechariah the end from the beginning []