Past Message Series

5 Major Prophets & 12 Minor Prophets

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Study Helps #1-50 Study Helps #51-75

February 9: Before the Exile: Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1-13)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
February 16: During the Exile: Ezekiel (Ezekiel 1:1-3; 37:1-14)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
February 23: After the Exile: Zechariah (Zechariah 9:9-12; 11:12-13; 12:10-13:1, 7-9)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
February 26: Ash Wednesday: How? (Lamentations 1:1-3)

About This Message Series

The Prophetic Books tell God’s people the truth when they are in danger. They call God’s people to repentance as the only viable option in the face of sin. In the midst of war, national collapse, social breakdown, famine, and all varieties of human sin at its worst, the Prophetic Books proclaim God’s promises and faithfulness. Walter Brueggeman summarizes their message in three words, “Reality, grief, and hope.” These books reveal to God’s people the reality of the painful situation in which they find themselves along with how they arrived at such a desolate place spiritually and physically. They plead with God’s people to grieve over their sin and repent, turning back to God who has never turned from them. Finally, they unwaveringly proclaim the hope that God will restore His people, execute ultimate justice, and defeat their enemies.

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