Malachi 1:2, 6, 7
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his study of the final book of the Old Testament. Dr. Johnson explains the distinction of Malachi's prophecy as one which emphasizes repentance.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Malachi's reference to God's election of Jacob over Esau to carry the promise of the Redeemer.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Malachi's condemnation of hypocritical worship by God's chosen people.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on Malachi's specific words to the Hebrew priests. Dr. Johnson provides practical advice from this section of the prophecy for modern preachers of God's word.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides commentary on the prophet's words concerning divorce among God's people.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Malachi's prophecy of the Messiah as judge.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives practical exposition from Malachi on giving to God.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his study of Malachi with commentary on the prophet's emphasis on the Day of the Lord as the time when hypocrisy and unreality shall finally end.