It Pays to Serve God
It Pays to Serve God
Speaker's Picture
Sunday Afternoon Service,  June 3, 2012

The historical setting of Malachi has many parallels with our own day. The people of Israel had been greatly blessed of God with a return from captivity, a rebuilt temple as well as city walls, and general prosperity. In spite of all these blessings, the prophet Malachi had to confront a cold, callous, and external religion. In this lesson, he shows them the futility of this kind of religion and gives them God's perspective.

Other Lessons by Gene Walters

Jeremiah's Temple Sermon
Does God Truly Cast Men into Hell Forever?
The Hidden Treasure and the Pearl of Great Price
Do You Really Trust God?
Prayer Is God's Answer for Disillusioned Christians
Two Wicked Sons and a Forgiving Father

Other Lessons in Malachi

An Inverted World View
Instability in Marriage, Inadequate Views of God, and Inadequate Giving
Introduction to Malachi
The Book of Malachi