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TIME in the Word · 2d ago

What is Our Hope?

Finally then in verses 18-20 the prophet closes his message and the theme of his closing is the great redemptive purpose and power of God. He has talked about the grand finale, the judgment ...
TIME in the Word · 3d ago

A New Song

Now in verses 14-17 we see not only is God going to bring a restoration, but there will be a new song, there will be rejoicing! He says, 14 Sing, O daughter of Zion! Shout, O Israel! Be glad...
TIME in the Word · 4d ago

Are You Making Progress?

Look at our assurance again in verses 11-12. “In that day you shall not be ashamed for any of your deeds in which you transgress against Me; for then I will take away from your midst those w...
TIME in the Word · 5d ago

Father Abraham had many sons

When Jesus comes He says He is going to plunder the world. He says here in verse 8, “My determination is to gather the nations to My assembly of kingdoms, to pour on them My indignation, all...
TIME in the Word · 6d ago

Jesus is Coming Soon

Take your Bibles and open to Zephaniah as this week we are looking at the rest of chapter 3, verses 8-20, and in fact will finish the Book of Zephaniah, although we will have one final week ...
TIME in the Word · 1W ago

Punishment vs. Discipline

Finally we see that the children of God in Judah refused to listen to instruction. As a result God was bringing judgment. Parents, in the home, when your children refuse to heed instruction,...
TIME in the Word · 1W ago

A Bad Example

In 2 Kings 17 we read about what happened as God drove the enemies of Judah toward them like a cart overflowing with sheaves – judgment came by the Assyrians. This is the historical record o...
TIME in the Word · 1W ago

A Contrast for Judah

Continuing in Zephaniah 3, the people now hear from the Lord as He offers Himself and His Ways as a contrast to their pollution and corruption. We read in verses 5-7: “The Lord is righteous ...
TIME in the Word · 1W ago

Woe to Judah’s Leaders

In Zephaniah 3:3-4 today we see who is to blame for these conditions bringing the judgment of God upon the people – the religious and political leaders in Jerusalem. And we sigh a sigh of re...
TIME in the Word · 1W ago

Woe to Jerusalem

Take your Bibles this week and let’s open to Zephaniah chapter 3. Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah. If you get to Haggai you’ve gone too far. If you get to Matthew you’ve missed it b...