What The Bible Teaches: The Minor Prophets (Paperback)
Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi
By: P. Harding & J.J. Stubbs
Nahum (by P Harding)
Nahum speaks of the majestic character and greatness of God who is the source of strength for His people as well as being just in His dealings with men and nations.
Habakkuk (by P Harding)
The prophet learned that in every circumstance of life God and His Word can be depended upon.
Zephaniah (by P Harding)
A message of judgment and restoration is proclaimed by Zephaniah. God is indeed the Judge of all nations.
Haggai (by P Harding)
When the people faced opposition and disappointment they became indifferent to the House of God.
Zechariah (by J J Stubbs)
The name of the prophet which means “Jehovah remembers” was an encouraging reminder that God will never forget His promises.
Malachi (by P Harding)
Malachi addressed the problem of outward form without inner reality, calling the people back to God.
The What the Bible Teaches Ritchie Old Testament Commentaries are being published as companions to the Series on the New Testament, which was widely appreciated and provided a much-needed resource for the Bible student interested in a clear and concise exposition of the Scriptures:
WTBT Leviticus & Deuteronomy
WTBT Joshua, Judges & Ruth
WTBT 1 & 2 Samuel (2014)
WTBT 1 & 2 Kings (2015)
WTBT 1 & 2 Chronicles (2013)
WTBT Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther
WTBT Proverbs & Ecclesiastes
WTBT Song of Solomon & Isaiah
WTBT Jeremiah & Lamentations
WTBT Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah & Micah
WTBT Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah & Malachi
Book Size: 7 x 9.75″
Page Count: 610
Publisher: John Ritchie
Weight: 2.6 lbs
Author: Harding, P. & Stubbs J.J.