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Haggai & Zechariah: Building for God's Glory - Welwyn Commentary Series (Bentley)

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Times were tough for the first recipients of the prophecies of Haggai and Zechariah. They needed to be encouraged to resume the work of reconstructing the temple - to awake from their lethargy and to be enthusiastic for a life lived in obedience to God.

The people were still very materialistic in their outlook. Their zeal was for ritual rather than reliance on the Lord. Their concern was for respectability in religious observance rather than an acknowledgement of their sin and a desire to please God in all their thoughts and actions.


Table of Contents:


1. Before the rebuilding started

2. The reluctant builders (1:1-2)

3. The selfish builders (1:3-11)

4. The obedient builders (1:12-15)

5. The discouraged builders (2:1-9)

6. The weary builders (2:10-19)

7. The chosen builder (2:20-23)

8. Today’s builders


9. Introduction to Zechariah (1:1)

10. Remember and repent (1:2-6)

11. Horsemen, horns and hammers (1:7-21)

12. The holy city (2:1-13)

13. The great representative (3:1-10)

14. God-given power (4:1-14)

15. The problem of sin (5:1-11)

16. The Lord’s reign (6:1-15)

17. A question of fasting (7:1-8:23)

18. The righteous king (9:1-17)

19. God cares for his people (10:1-12)

20. The Good Shepherd and the foolish one (11:1-17)

21. God’s gifts of victory and repentance (12:1-14)

22. Pardon and its consequences (13:1-9)

23. The Lord comes and reigns (14:1-21)



Michael Bentley is the pastor of Great Hollands Free Church, Bracknell, in southern England.



"An excellent, simple, forthright exposition which gets to the heart of the message and effectively and consistently applies it to the modern reader." - Eryl Davies, Principal, Evangelical Theological College of Wales

"Michael Bentley's down-to-earth style helps students of Scripture, both preachers and their congregations, to grasp the meaning of the text without unnecessary difficulties." - Joe Bell, Presiding Bishop of the Church of England in South Africa