|Names of Books
||Main Theme / Key Thought
||The apostasy of Israel, characterized as spiritual adultery. Message directed to the Northern Kingdom.
||Formal call to repentance and promises of future blessings.
||National repentance and its blessings.
||Day of the Lord
||Impending judgments on surrounding nations; Threatening discourses against Judah and Israel; The call to Israel to see God in sincerity.
||Denouncement of selfishness and sin
||The doom of Edom and final deliverance of Israel.
||Godís special providential care over the Jews, and the certainty of punishment of those who persecute them.
||Obedience and the depth of divine mercy.
||The peril of running away from duty and religious bigotry; employment of imperfect men as channels of truth; the wideness of Godís mercy.
||Coming judgments; promises of deliverance; particular sins condemned; future hopes of a righteous kingdom, Messiah King, and Divine grace.
||A dark picture of the moral condition of Israel and Judah, but foretelling the establishment of a messianic kingdom in which righteousness will prevail.
||The Destruction of Nineveh. Judah is promised deliverance from Assyria.
||Divine vengeance for those who turn away from God.
||The prophetís perplexity over the mystery of unpunished evil in the world.
||The mysteries of providence.
||Threatening of God with a vision of the future glory of Israel.
||The coming of a glad day
||People rebuked for slackness in building the second temple, but promised a return of Godís glory when the building was completed.
||Sharp rebukes for neglecting the rebuilding of the temple.
||The ultimate triumph of Godís kingdom.
||The coming of the Messiah King and the dawning of a brighter day for Zion.
||The robbing of God through the sins of a dishonest, ungrateful people, and an unfaithful priesthood.
||A graphic picture of the closing period of Old Testament history, showing the necessity of reforms before the coming of the Messiah.