Haggai the Prophet

Good morning, church family and community!

In our sermon today, we open to the Old Testament, a part of the Bible many Christians can be guilty of turning to only selectively. The Old Testament is the entire beginning of the story of redemption and underpins all of the New Testament; it’s as vital for us to be familiar with the Old Testament as it is with the New Testament. To that end, Pastor Bodner brings us into one of the lesser known OT books today, the Book of Haggai.

We’ll begin by looking at the book’s context and its place in the history of redemption told in the Bible. We’ll then focus in on the book itself, examining some of its characteristics, features, and details.

First Song: My Heart is Filled with Thankfulness


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Scripture readings

Proverbs 1:1-33
1 Peter 1
Haggai 1

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Second Song: All Hail the Power of Jesus’s Name

Closing thought

“The only thing that keeps me stable and settled in these days of uncertainty is the absolute dependability of God’s word.”

—Elisabeth Elliot

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