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The Minor Prophets - Obadiah

Season 4

Obadiah is only 1 chapter, and 21 verses, and most people avoid it! Let’s explore it, and see if we can find out its purpose, and what lessons we can learn from it?


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  • The Minor Prophets - Zechariah #3

    Zechariah 3The Priesthood of All Believers!Zechariah’s Fourth VisionText: Zechariah 3:1-5Again notice that Zechariah is full of Gospel Truth! Here we see:-1 The Conflict with Satan.2 The Cleansing of the Soul.3 The Consecration of the SaintsRead the NOTES HEREThis message was recorded at Templepatrick Reformed Church and is used here with their kind permission.
  • The Minor Prophets - Hosea #2

    Hosea Survey 2 – The Covenant Law-Suit.Text Hosea chapter 4 to chapter 14Hosea 4-14 are difficult chapters for the modern reader.  One commentator has conjectured that the passage were in fact ‘snippets’ of Hosea’s messages collated later in life and written down, rather than a systematic ‘sermon’ type body of work.   Thankfully there is a summary of these chapters to help us, and it is found in Hosea 4:1!   Hear the word of the Lord, You children of Israel, For the Lord brings a charge against the inhabitants of the land: “There is no truth or mercy Or knowledge of God in the land...Read the NOTES HERE
  • The Minor Prophets - Zechariah #2

    Zechariah #2The Horns and the Tradesmen Zechariah 1:18-21This vision builds on the previous vision, where God exposed his anger over what other nations had been doing to His people, Israel. Zech. 1:15  Now, we see these oppressors described...Read the NOTES HERE.This message was recorded at Templepatrick Reformed Church, and is distributed here with their kind permission.
  • The Minor Prophets - Hosea #1

    The Minor Prophets - Hosea #1Redeemed from slavery.Text.  Hosea chapters 1-3.We will look at Hosea in two surveys – even though it is 14 chapters long.  That’s because it neatly falls into two separate sections. Chapter One-Three is a COVENANT LOVE STORY. Chapter Four-Fourteen is a COVENANT LAWSUIT. (Or maybe three separate court cases!) The word Hosea Hosea 1:1. simply means ‘salvation’ – In a limited way, Hosea is a sign – to point us to Jesus.  Hosea worked in the Northern Kingdom, Israel, around the same time as Amos, – (during the reign of Jeroboam II.) but Hosea was from Israel.  Hosea had a rather strange and unusual private and family life, so let’s do some research into his personal circumstances…Read the NOTES HERE.
  • The Minor Prophets - Zechariah #1

    The Man Amidst The Myrtle Trees – Zechariah 1:7-17n this study, we begin to look at the eight visions of Zechariah. In this passage we see:-1. Christ in the Midst of His Church! 1:82. Complacency in the Unconverted World!3. Comfort for the People of God!Read the NOTES HERE.This message was recorded at Templepatrick Reformed Church, and is reproduced here with their kind permission.
  • The Minor Prophets - Amos #3

    The Minor Prophets, - Survey of Amos #3Read AMOS chapters 7-9In this last survey of Amos, we will learn about the visions that he received from God, how his outspoken words landed him in BIG trouble, and ask the questionsCan we get visions and revelations from God, like Amos did?What’s the worst kind of famine?What's this about 'David's fallen tent?'Read the NOTES HERE.
  • Be Ye Holy...

    Be Ye Holy...In Ephesians 5:3-5, Paul illustrates, in very stark terms, the opposite of a godly life. He speaks of fornication, uncleanness and idolatry, and covetousness, all of which were typical of the pagan lifestyle of his day. But Christians are described here as SAINTS. Why would a 'saint' need to be warned against sin? That begs the question, "What exactly is a saint?"This sermon was preached at Ballymacashon and at Templepatrick Reformed Church. It was recorded at TRC and is reproduced here with their kind permission.Read the NOTES HERE
  • The Minor Prophets - Amos #2

    The Minor Prophets - Amos Survey #2'The Cows of Bashan.'What was it like to live in the days of Amos, in Israel. Using Amos chapter 4-6, let’s conduct a survey of the state of that society:-Click this link to read the NOTES.
  • Be Godly

    Be GodlyEphesians 5:1-2This follows on from chapter 4:32, And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you. Christians will be LIKE CHRIST, – in that they practice kindness, out of compassionate hearts, and that will be worked out in the way they readily forgive others, – as we have been forgiven. Therefore, he goes on, – Be GODLY PEOPLE! Be followers of God!Read the NOTES HERE.