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    International Sunday School on Malachi 3:1-10 wk 08-30-15 by Grover Weaver

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    Hello everybody welcome to the Sunday School Class on the web. This is the Grover Weaver Ministries Weekly Commentary on the International Sunday School Lesson from Malachi 3:1-10. I am Grover Weaver your minister and sunday school teacher I greet you in Christ’s name. Glory be to God.


    Malachi 3:1-10 is God’s Change Agent. The change agent is a game changer. Someone who enters the game in the  closing minutes... 


    The 1st part of V1 is quoted of John the Baptist but the next words, ‘’the Lord whom ye seek,’’ is not mentioned anywhere else in the NT..


    V2 ask the question, ‘’who will abide his coming?’’ will you have fruits worthy of repentance?...


    V3 is the personification of John’s ministry in Matthew 3: v11 ‘’I, indeed, baptize you with water unto repentance, but he who cometh after me is mightier than I...


    V4 is a longing for the relationship God had with his people in the past...


    V5 begin, ‘’I will come...in judgement...I will be swift…’’; is the last promise and the last prayer and the last provision in the Church Age


    V6 is God confirming a promised to show mercy to Jacob's Children.


    V7’s scolds the Jews slack behavior for not keeping His ordinances from the days of their fathers...


    V8, ‘’Will a man rob God?” 


    V9 announces a curse of curses being placed upon the person and a nation who rob God


    V10 you and I are here on earth, God is in heaven, his storehouse is in heaven...


     

  • 00:30

    #52 Victory in These Times- Malachi

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    Learn how today, in a world ruled by the wicked, how we can stay faithful to know that the day of judgement is coming where we will have victory in Christ.  We use the book of Malachi as our study guide today, to teach us that calling the wicked good and evildoers as prosperous is really a test of our faith.

  • 00:31

    Tithing: Malachi, Summary & The Transition

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    ADDITIONS TO THE LAW OF MOSES


    Malachi


    3:10 Yet God still gives them one last chance.


    3:16 Some in Israel respond to the above admonitions, and were remembered by God.


    3:17 He promises to spare them as they serve Him.


    Malachi Chapter 4


    1 God's judgment against the proud and the wicked: burning and total destruction, leaving neither root nor branch.


    2 But a promise of healing and comfortable care to those who fear His Name.


    3 Righteousness will be restored and victory given to those that bear His Name.


    4 God reminds the people to study the Law of Moses.


    5 Promise of a zealous Prophet to warn the guilty and revive the righteous.


    6 His ministry will be on a heart level, which is God's complaint against Israel in this book (Malachi).


    1. This rebuke is clearly related to the Israelites in general, and the priests in particular, failing to have done the whole Law of Moses.


    2. Why is Malachi 3:8-12 so popular in church? A. It gives us something to do in order to gain God's blessing. B. It increases funds coming into the church. C. It clarifies our duty and responsibility toward God; all of which are CONTRARY to God's intended relationship with believers today.


    3. God lists adultery, lying, cheating, stealing, divorce, laziness, etc. as grievances. Why is only tithing emphasized? Because verse 10 promises self-gratification.


    Summary of Additions to the Law of Moses


    1. Tithing is always mentioned as a part of the whole.


    2. Emphasis on caring for those in ministry, the poor and widow, and the foreigner.


    3. As the time draws near to the coming of the Messiah, the scriptures reflect God's coming to an end with letting the Law define His relationship with His people.


    THE TRANSITION (New Testament, Pre-Resurrection of Christ, Under Law)

  • 01:31

    INDIE REVIEW RADIO / MALACHI RIVERS / INDIE ARTIST

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    Malachi Rivers is a New York City based rapper, poet, and actor whose lyrical soulfulness and avant-garde music making has earned national and international acclaim. A native of Maryland, Malachi cultivated a strong following in D.C.’s metropolitan music and spoken word scene before moving to New York City where his career quickly blossomed and he became a regular in the city’s staple music venues, including the Nuyorican Poets Café and SOB’s. Malachi’s lyrical skills and performances garnered the attention of Grammy nominated jazz musician Marcus Strickland, who asked Malachi to be the sole voice in his “Twi-Life” group and record the group’s debut album Open Reel Deck. The Village Voice touted Malachi as being able to persuade you with his lyrical abilities, writing: “Malachi recites and cajoles over a state of the art Jazz band.” The Denver Post likened him to the great jazz and soul singer poet Gil Scott-Heron. Shortly after the release of Open Reel Deck, Malachi toured with the “Twi-Life” collective, which performed at New York City’s legendary Blue Note Jazz Club and subsequently joined forces with a rotating collective of artists for a North American and European tour. During this period, Malachi released his debut single “Cloud 9”, which became an online favorite, and starred in two independent films Scrolls the Book of Life Part 1 and 2. He also ramped up to launch a solo project, which he released in the summer of 2012 to much buzz. The debut EP, Stereo Sound Escape, became an internet sensation, anchored by its lead single “A New World Part II - The Schizo Speaks” featuring HBO’s True Blood star Nelsan Ellis (Lafayette).

  • IT'S TIME FOR THE MAN OF THE HOUR DR. MALACHI Z YORK

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    IS NUBEN MENKARAYZZ REALLY THE SUCCESSOR TO MALACHI Z YORK & ELIJAH MUHAMMAD

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    IS NUBEN MENKARAYZZ REALLY THE SUCCESSOR TO MALACHI Z YORK & ELIJAH MUHAMMAD? WHAT IS THE REAL DEFINITION OF A SUCCESSOR?  WHY WILL MANY OF THEIR SO CALLED FOLLOWERS CLAIM THIS IS NOT TRUE?  IS NUBEN MENKARAYZZ COPYING DR YORK OR ELIJAH MUHAMMAD? IS NUBEN MENKARAYZZ CLAIMING THIS FOR MONEY & FAME? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9:30PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA

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    Tithing: Malachi and Summary of Additions to the Law of Moses

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    Malachi and the Lord's List of Charges Against Israel continued


    Ch. 2:16 God hates divorce, which had become acceptable, even amongst the priests. They murmured against God, accusing Him of not hearing because He didn't come when called.


    Ch. 3 God outlines His solution to the problem; promising His messenger (John the Baptist), His coming (as Messiah), and the maker and keeper of the covenant (the fulfiller of the Law, Christ). The Messiah will begin the judgment with those who abused His people. God Himself will purify and purge His priests. He will then accept their offering (the coming of the Messiah ushers in a new kind of priesthood).  Even though they turned against Him, God promises that if they return, He will likewise. In their arrogance, they continue to defend themselves. God accuses them of robbing Him of tithes and offerings. God curses the priests and the whole nation with a curse for having robbed Him. Yet still gives them one last chance: if they will just do one simple thing, if they will bring the tithes into the storehouse, on His terms, He will pour out such abundant blessing that they would not be able to contain it. Israel accuses God of unfairness and rewarding the proud. Some in Israel respond to the above admonitions, and were remembered by God. He promises to spare them as they serve Him.


    Ch. 4 God's judgment against the proud and the wicked. But a promise of healing and comfortable care to those who fear His Name. Righteousness will be restored and victory given to those that bear His Name. God reminds the people to study the Law of Moses. Promise of a zealous Prophet to warn the guilty and revive the righteous. His ministry will be on a heart level, which is God's complaint against Israel.


    Summary of Additions to the Law of Moses

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    Judicial Misconduct: Interview with Malachi York's Trial Attorney Adrian Patrick

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    WHO IS DR YORK


    How did Malachi York empower the Black Community??


    JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT: ADRIAN PATRICK INTERVIEW

    ?Judge showed bias, collaborated with the prosecution & more


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  • 00:32

    Tithing: Malachi and the Lord's List of Charges Against Israel

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    Malachi Chapter 1


    1-5 Great ingratitude and arrogance.


    6 Insolence, rebellion, contempt, neglect and hypocrisy of the priesthood.


    7 Contempt, greed, disobedience to Law, creating law unto themselves; deeds reveal their hearts.


    8 Offered unacceptable sacrifices; lowered God's standards; they think it's okay to serve God part-way, and make up other rules as it suits them.


    9 Priests are deceptive, to people and to God, which causes evil to come upon the peopl, since they are covetous and wicked.


    10 The Levites didn't do their jobs; thought God either wouldn't see or wouldn't care; God rejects them and their offering.


    11 Because of the rebellion of both the people and the priests, God rejects His favored nation and promises to make His name great among the Gentiles, who will offer a pure offering. He foreshadows an end to all these legal ceremonies by Christ's sacrifice alone.


    12 Neglect by both priests and people, disobedience, impiety, contempt of God and covetousness.


    13 Laziness, pride in service, lukewarmness, greedy, keeping the best for themselves.


    14 Lying, breaking of vows, lack of fear of the Lord.


    Chapter 2


    1 Rebukes the priests.


    2 God threatens to continue and increase the curse if they continue to refuse to hear, take to heart, and give glory to Him.


    3 God promises lack, regardless of their actions, and promises filth and shame as consequences of their disobedient feasts.


    4 God upholds the rightness of His covenant while rejecting those that abuse it.


    5 God reminds them of His promise of life and peace to Levi.


    6 Compares the current priesthood to righteous Levi, who spoke the truth, had it in his heart and taught it to others.


    7 Priests reproved for not being righteous representatives of the Lord.


    8-17 Priests are stumbling blocks and have corrupted the Law.

  • 01:27

    Moment In The Word: Introducation to Malachi

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    This evening we will begin a new study lesson.  I know that almost everyone has heard "Will a man rob God?...In tithes and offerings...Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house" Malachi 2:8-10.  Very little else is so often quoted out of the Old Testament Book of Malachi or is the oracle of the Messenger explored to the depth of exposing the ritualistic behavior of the people during his time.  This lesson will be a three study in the message of what seems to be the last prophetic testament writing befor the coming of Yeshua of Nazareth.


    Join us eachThursday evening for Bible Study at The Well of New Beginnings Ministries with Apostle Carmen. The Word says...to study to show yourself approved to God a good workman... That means that we each must acknowledge our responsible to know what our Father says as it relates to our personal and corporate daily lives.  The Word is the promises and instruction of G-d to HIs people while we live in this strange land that is not our home. Let's "rightly" divide the Word so that we may be the light and the salt of the earth until the bridegroom comes for His own.


     

  • 00:30

    God’s Love for Jacob (Malachi 1:1-5)

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    TEXTS


    The oracle of the word of the Lord to Israel through Malachi.


    “I have loved you,” says the Lord. But you say, “How have You loved us?” “Was not Esau Jacob’s brother?” declares the Lord. “Yet I have loved Jacob; but I have hated Esau, and I have made his mountains a desolation and appointed his inheritance for the jackals of the wilderness.” Though Edom says, “We have been beaten down, but we will return and build up the ruins”; thus says the Lord of hosts, “They may build, but I will tear down; and men will call them the wicked territory, and the people toward whom the Lord is indignant forever.” Your eyes will see this and you will say, “The Lord be magnified beyond the border of Israel!”


    THEMES


    Divine utterances or messages spoken through human lips. Especially noteworthy are the oracles of Balaam. Several other prophecies are also referred to as oracles. The oracles of Balaam.


    Divine inspiration is irresistible. Balaam’s experience. Balaam’s oracles. Oracles of the prophets. Oracles involved actions and words. False oracles condemned. Wise judgment likened to oracles. Oracles of David.


    Jacob the patriarch. God’s covenant promises to Abraham were inherited by Jacob, through his father Isaac, and so it was through his line of descent that the promised Messiah was to come. Jacob was one of the three patriarchs. Jacob received the Abrahamic promises. God’s promise to Abraham. Jacob chosen in preference to Esau. The promises given to Jacob and his descendants. Jacob’s descendants.


    He fathered the twelve tribes. He was the father of the nation. Jacob as a symbol for the nation. Jacob and Israel were linked together as equivalent terms for the nation. The nation is described as the house of Jacob. Other descriptions of the nation. National and patriarchal references merged...