The minor prophets. 3. Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi
Thomas Edward McComiskey
Baker Publishing Group, 1998 - Religion - 528 pages
The Minor Prophets sets a new standard among Old Testament commentaries, featuring the finest evangelical scholars. The authors provide meticulous exegesis, but also relate the message of the prophets to comtemporary life.
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action affirmation Amos ancient angel appears Assyria Biblical blessing Book of Haggai Book of Malachi Book of Zechariah Chron clause connotes construction context covenant curse type describes Deut Deuteronomy disputation divine earth Edom Exegesis exile Exod Exodus Exposition expression Ezek Ezra faith favor flock function glory God's Haggai Hebrew hiphil holy horses human indicates Isaiah Israel Israelites Jeremiah Jerusalem Joshua Judah Judg judgment Kings land leaders Levites Lord of hosts Lord's Malachi Masoretic Text McCOMISKEY meaning ment messenger metaphor nations Nehemiah noun NRSV obedience occurs offering Old Testament oracle parallel participle passage plural postexilic present priests promise prophet Prov refers Regem-melech restoration says the Lord sense Septuagint shepherd spirit suffix symbolic temple theology tion tithe translation verb verse 12 vision word worship Yahweh Zech Zechariah Zeph Zephaniah Zerubbabel Zion