Haggai was called to a good and godly remnant who as a result of discouragement had lost a sense of priority. This same problem has afflicted Christians in every age. We lose our determination and zeal. We become focused on careers, homes and all the other trappings of a materialistic society. We no longer have the interest in the Lord’s Work that once we had. This is not apostasy but a lukewarmness that overtakes the body of the Church. To such a people Haggai was called.
Christ our Prophet “A Prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you, of your brethren like unto me : him shall ye hear in all things whatsoever he shall say unto you.” (Acts 3:22) When the Son of God became the man Christ Jesus at His Incarnation He was qualified to mediate betweenContinue reading “The Trinity (7); Christ our Prophet”
Paul completes his majestic epistle where he began, with the Gospel, the glory of which is Christ, His person and ministry.
While the Apostles were unique, that their ministry was singular, they had an authority which every preacher and pastor can learn from. God sets aside His servants and gives them authority to minister and lead His work. We should pray for men sent by God who will be endowed with the authority of theContinue reading “THE AUTHORITY OF THE PREACHER; Romans Part 73”