THE OLD TESTAMENT CONTINUED.
ECCLESIASTES TO MALACHI.
Ecclesiastes: King Solomon, I had it all, and it didn’t mean anything without God. He spoke sincerely.
Isaiah: Pay attention, God has a master plan in the works and we need to be part of it .
Songs of Solomon: I’m passionately in love, and I can’t stop thinking about her! By Solomon. ( Book of love letters and poetry).
Jeremiah: Prepare to face the consequences of living apart from God . Know that God’s plan is still in place.
Lamentation: What we dreaded has happened. Our sin has destroyed us. My heart is broken.
Ezekiel: Here are some visions I saw from God’s perspective on how we’ve lived our lives and of heaven.
Daniel: Here are the stones of Daniel, a Jewish exile in Persia, and his visions of the future.
Hosea: Ephraim, you are as unfaithful to God as a prostitute to her husband. Turn around and repent.
Joel: Because of our sin, it’s going to get worse before it gets better. But it will get better one day.
Amos: By human standards, you are looking good but by God’s standards, you are failing.
Obadiah: Attention, people of Edom. You’ve bullied Israel and now you’ll answer to God Himself.
Jonah: Jonah unwilling prophesied to a wicked place and was disappointed that it turned good for the people at the end.
Micah: We are immoral and headed for destruction. Only God can deliver us from ourselves.
Nahum: No matter how strong evil seems, God will do away with it when He is ready.
Habakkuk: God, why don’t you stop bad things from happening?
Zephaniah: God will hold us accountable for our actions. All of them.
Haggai: Don’t ignore what matters most -your relationship with your God and creator!
Zechariah: Finish the temple and get your relationship with God in working order. The Messiah is coming!
Malachi: Worshiping God is not about doing the least to just get by. Be wholehearted instead.
HERE ENDS THE ONE-LINERS FOR THE OLD TESTAMENT.