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Wholeheartedness: A Message from Haggai for Today
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Wholeheartedness: A Message from Haggai for Today


Day One 2014

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Sometimes God’s great promises seem to be only partially fulfilled. The work of the kingdom seems to be moving slowly, and the wicked prosper. Many Christians find themselves distracted, discouraged, and half-hearted in their commitment to God’s work, just as God’s people were in Haggai's day. The call of Haggai, and of this book from Jonathan Griffiths, is to catch again the vision of God’s purposes for his people and the world, and to work wholeheartedly at what he has given us to do.

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Key Features

  • Shares insights from Haggai on working hard for God’s purpose today
  • Analyzes the purpose of work in the Bible
  • Provides practical application for passionately following God’s purposes


  • The Dangers of Home Improvement
  • Getting the Job Done
  • The Glorious Building
  • The Defiled People and the Gracious God
  • The Anointed King

Product Details

  • Title: Wholeheartedness: A Message from Haggai for Today
  • Author: Jonathan Griffiths
  • Series: Truth for All Time
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Pages: 93
  • Christian Group: Evangelical
  • Resource Type: Commentary
  • Topic: Haggai

About Jonathan Griffiths

Jonathan Griffiths read theology at Oxford and holds a PhD in New Testament studies from Cambridge. He currently serves as tutor of the Proclamation Trust’s Cornhill Training Course.

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