Comments on the Books of Obadiah Through Malachi
Leslie M. Grant has written commentaries on much of both of the Old and New Testament, working with the editors of Believers Bookshelf USA. This book deals with the nine books which end the Old Testament, often referred to as the Minor Prophets. Along with a previous book on Daniel through Amos, all 12 of the Minor Prophets are covered, plus Daniel as a bonus.
These books deal with God's warnings and judgements in Israel (the 10 tribes) and Judah (the two tribes) due to their sinful attitudes and practices, eventually resulting in their captivity. But all these books have much to say about the final restoration of the whole nation after the terrible times of the Tribulation, and the glory of the nation in the Millennium. We would be greatly impoverished without the prophecies of these books. The book of Zecharaiah is especially gone into detail as it has so much information packed into its 14 chapters.
|Author||Grant, L. M.|
|Number of Pages||183|
|Subject||Commentaries (Old Testament)|