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Belconnen AM

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Gungahlin AM

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Belconnen PM

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Belconnen Reflective

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Big Day Out – Whole of Church

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Surrender

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Holy Spirit

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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Psalms

Rhys McFadden - January 28, 2018

New Beginnings

Amid Haggai’s Prophetic message to the nation of Israel is the heart and concern for an individual.  We see the gospel at work here as the grace of God restores, affirms and embraces those who may have turned their backs on God previously. Haggai 2:20-23

From Series: "Haggai AM"

The prophet Haggai recorded his four messages to the Jewish people of Jerusalem in 520 BC, eighteen years after their return from exile in Babylon (538 BC). Haggai 2:3 seems to indicate that the prophet had seen Jerusalem before the destruction of the temple and the exile in 586 BC, meaning he was more than seventy years old by the time he delivered his prophecies. From these facts, the picture of Haggai begins to come into focus. He was an older man looking back on the glories of his nation, a prophet imbued with a passionate desire to see his people rise up from the ashes of exile and reclaim their rightful place as God’s light to the nations.

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