Haggai 2:20-23: God’s Promised Deliverance
I) God promised he would come and deliver his people.
A) God will come to ______________.
B) God will judge and _____________________ evil.
1) Haggai uses language that is evocative of other Old Testament texts.
a) In the past, God “overturned” Sodom and Gomorrah. He will________evil kingdoms in the future.
b) In the past, God overthrew the Egyptian chariots during the Red Sea___________. He will save his people once again.
2) God uses this language to _____________the Jews that God has been faithful in the past. He will still be faithful in the future.
C) God’s blessing will return to the ______________line.
1) God promised David that his ______________would rule forever.
2) Davidic rule ended when the Jews were taken into ___________.
3) God ___________the Davidic covenant to Zerubbabel.
a) “On that day” implies a _________fulfillment.
b) Even though Zerubbabel wouldn’t become a ______, God would be faithful to his promise to David.
D) God is faithful because he ______________Zerubbabel and the Jews!
II) Jesus is the fulfillment of God's promise to Zerubbabel and David.
A) Zerubbabel is listed in Matthew’s ____________ of Jesus.
B) The book of Hebrews equates the 2nd coming of Jesus with the ___________ of the heavens and the earth in Haggai 2.
C) Believers are saved because God chose us and _____________ us into his family.
III) Christ will fulfill the rest of Haggai's prophecy when he comes again.
A) Christ will _____________ all.
B) Christ will eradicate evil ___________.
C) Believers can renew their hope by _______________ God’s work in their lives.