Revelation 1:1 Intro Part1

An introduction to the awesome book of Revelation, written by the apostle John while he was exiled on the isle of Patmos, and saw visions of the risen Christ, his imminent return, and the end of all things. God wins!~

Malachi 4:2-6

Malachi encourages believers who have sought to do the will of God; they will be vindicated. And he predicts the spirit of Elijah would come before the Day of the Lord, to turn the hearts of the children back to the fathers.

Malachi 3:16-4,6

God takes notice of a faithful remnant, who were willing to listen to the prophet's rebuke, and change their behavior. The Lord says he will remember them with favor when he comes to judge the earth.

Malachi 3:9-16

God rebukes those who are stingy with tithes and offerings, and who say it is useless to serve the Lord.

Malachi 3:8

"Will a man rob God?" If we are going to worship God with gratitude, our giving should be appropriate to how the Lord has blessed us.

Malachi 3:1-7

Malachi says God was going to send a "messenger" before the coming of the Messiah, to purify God's people and get them to repent, and prepare for the coming of the Lord.

Malachi 2:17-3:4

Malachi warns unfaithful people who were wearying the Lord with their persistent sin in spite of all the warnings, and that sure enough, judgment is coming.

Malachi 2:10-17

McGee dives deep into Malachi's rebuke of faithless men who had broken faith with their wives… we will see the honorable institution of marriage, the lofty ideal ordained by God, but which has been unwisely cheapened by Man.

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.

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