Wiersbe's "Be" Series on the Old Testament—Practical, devotional, and concise describes the "Be" series. Each of these mini-commentaries contains a wealth of practical insight into God's Word. This resource provides commentary on the books of six minor prophets: Hosea, Joel, Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk and Malachi.
"To be surprised, to wonder, is to begin to understand." —Ortega y Gasset
We live in a world filled with artificial marvels, and too many of us have forgotten how to Be Amazed
The neglected writers called "The Minor Prophets" call us back to a life of amazement and achievement as they remind us of:
The messages of these six Minor Prophets point the way to an attitude of wonder and worship that can transform your life.
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Dr. Warren Wiersbe has served as Writer-in-Residence at Cornerstone College in Grand Rapids, MI. He has pastored three churches, including Moody Church in Chicago. He also served as General Director and Bible teacher for Back to the Bible Broadcast.
“When you behold the glory of God and believe the Word of God, it gives you faith to accept the will of God.” (Page 117)
“Too often we drift along from day to day, taking our blessings for granted, until God permits a natural calamity to occur and remind us of our total dependence on Him.” (Page 53)
“Loss of power in prayer is one of the first indications that we’re far from the Lord and need to get right with Him.” (Page 74)
“The will of God will never lead you where the grace of God can’t keep you and the power of God can’t use you. ‘And who is sufficient for these things?… Our sufficiency is of God’ (2 Cor. 2:16 and 3:5).” (Page 86)
“As He dropped Jonah into the depths, God was reminding him of what the people of Nineveh were going through in their sinful condition: they were helpless and hopeless.” (Pages 77–78)