Every generation of believers must seek first the kingdom of God. In the book of Haggai, the prophet admonishes and ex-horts the post-exilic community of Israel to prioritise the restoration of God’s temple in Jerusalem over their own pursuits. In doing so, Haggai reminds us of the centrality of God’s presence, provision and purpose and thus the proper priorities of his people. In a world of ever-increasing attractions and concerns which clamour for our attention, Haggai has much to teach us about keeping God and his purposes the main thing.
|23 Sep||Dereliction and Devotion (1:1-15)||Elder Caleb Chua|
|30 Sep||Disheartenment and Hope (2:1-9)||Dr Tan Lai Yong|
|7 Oct||Blight and Blessing (2:10-19)||Kenneth Wong|
|14 Oct||Servant and Sovereign (2:20-23)||Elder Ernest Chew|