Old Testament

Old Testament

Volume 10, Ezekiel, Daniel, the Prophets Hosea to Malachi

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The Books of Ezekiel and Daniel are the last two books of the major prophets. Hosea: filled with some of the most powerful truths in the Bible. Joel: predicted the outpouring of the spirit of God, fulfilled several centuries later on the Day of Pentecost. Amos: noted for its fiery denunciation of the northern kingdom of Israel. Obadiah: pronounces God's judgment against the Edomites, ancient enemies of Israel. Jonah: emphasizes God's love for all people--pagans and Gentiles as well as his Chosen People, the Israelites. Micah: known for condemnation of the rich. Nahum: foretells the destruction of the nation of Assyria. Habakkuk: both a poet and a prophet. Zephaniah: emphasizes the certainty of God's judgment. Haggai: written to encourage the people of Israel Zechariah: portrays the coming glory of the Messiah. Malachi: written to rebuke the people of Israel
Publisher: [Falls Church, Va.] : Sound Room Pub. : InAudio, 2003
Branch Call Number: BS1543 2003x
Characteristics: (online resource)
Additional Contributors: Vafiadis, George


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