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Andrew Robb - May 21, 2023

Remembering God's Restoration

Reading: Malachi 3:6-4:6 Our passage opens with the accusation of theft from God and is defended through the command to bring in all the ‘tithe’. Israel’s holding back of this gift amounts to theft and gives occasion to remind the people of the abundant blessings that are promised to those who honour God in this way. This functions as a warning and an invitation to repentance. 3:14 seems to pulls the whole of God’s accusations in Malachi together: ‘You have said, “It is in vain to serve God. What do we profit by keeping his command…? And yet, Malachi ends with a hopeful ‘note’. It is written by ‘the LORD’ and declares there to be some who ‘revered the LORD’. There is a possessive quality attributed to God here: they are ‘mine’, ‘my special possession’. Malachi ends with a promise for God to act in restoration of the righteous. He will come ‘with healing in his wings’. The prophecy also ends with a strong pointer to the Transfiguration of Jesus, where Moses and Elijah both appear. God’s restoration is promised and coming.

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