Malachi 2:10-15

Some thoughts about the Millennium, and then the study into how God keeps his love relationships, and he expects us to do the same; to not break faith with him or the wife of our youth.

Malachi 2:10-15

McGee is giving his thoughts on what Malachi said about marriage and divorce. Marriage was meant to be heaven on earth, but the hearts of sinful man have diminished it.

Malachi 2:10-15

Malachi unloads on the men of Jerusalem for beating and divorcing their wives instead of working out the problems. Dr. McGee gives his thoughts on marriage and divorce.

Malachi 2:2-9

The Lord was very critical of the priests and religious leaders who did not revere the name and the words of God. True-hearted pastors and teachers ought to preserve the knowledge of God.

Malachi 1:13-2:2

Malachi rebuked the priests and the people for giving blemished offerings to the Lord. McGee names the three main sins of today's ministers. The first job of the child of God is to give heartfelt honor to God.

Malachi 1:9-13

Acceptable and unacceptable worship! When the heart is wrong, worship is wrong. When the heart is right, all our worship, service, and offerings are right.

Malachi 1:2-8

The last prophet in the Old Testament gives the people of Jerusalem a command to give proper honor to God by giving unblemished sacrifices out of respect for His Majesty.

Malachi 1:1

The final prophet spoke prior to the 430 years of silence from God. Malachi made a strong appeal to the sinners of old Jerusalem to turn their hearts back to God.

Zechariah 14:5-21

A description of the perfect world, the millennium… the thousand years of peace, when Jesus rules the whole world in righteousness from Jerusalem. It is a time when goodness will be enforced!

Zechariah 14:1-4

One of these days, the Lord is coming to finally defeat evil, and set up his throne in Jerusalem; and he shall reign over the earth forevermore.

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