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The Coming of the Warrior-King: Zephaniah Simply Explained
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The Coming of the Warrior-King: Zephaniah Simply Explained

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Evangelical Press 2004

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Overview

One of the greatest needs of the modern church is to know God and to know him better. We need a knowledge of God that not only stimulates the mind, but moves the heart to worship, and the will to obey.

The most clear and certain source of such knowledge is, of course, to be found in the Bible. The books of both its Old and New Testaments furnish us with the kind of knowledge that is crucial to the life-changing discovery we wish to enjoy. However, if there is one part of that revelation that is more likely than others to be neglected it is that group of books collectively known as the Minor Prophets. And this is a pity, because these books contain a rich vein of insight into the character of God. They also contain a necessary counter to the slight and superficial views of God which seem so prevalent at the present time.

In contrast, the prophecy of Zephaniah in particular presents us with an awesome picture of the God who really is, and whom we are all one day destined to meet. It also beckons us—indeed, it pleads us—to face up to what it will mean to meet the living God.

Product Details

  • Title: The Coming of the Warrior-King: Zephaniah Simply Explained
  • Author: Daniel Webber
  • Publisher: Evangelical Press
  • Series: Welwyn Commentary Series
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 190

About the Author

Daniel Webber is Mission Director of the European Missionary Fellowship, which has its headquarters in Welwyn, Hertfordshire, England. He has been with the EMF since 1990 and, in addition to leading the work of the mission, is Principal of its School of Biblical Studies. His teaching responsibilities include apologetics, modern church history, and pastoral theology. Prior to joining the EMF, he was pastor of an independent evangelical church in Kent for nearly eighteen years.