Malachi 1

 
Whose burden or oracle is this? Mal. 1:1 ___________________________________

To whom was this written? Mal. 1:1 _________________________________________

Who wrote the book? Mal. 1:1 _______________________________________________

What did the Lord say? Mal. 1:2 ____________________________________________

What was the peopleís response to Godís love? Mal. 1:2 _____________________

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Who did God say He loved? Mal. 1:2 _________________________________________
Note: Jacob was the father of the nation Israel.

Who did God hate? Mal. 1:3 _____________________________________
Note:  Esau was Jacobís brother.

What did God do to Esau? Mal. 1:3 __________________________________________

What did Edom say? Mal. 1:4 ________________________________________________

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Note: Edom is a nation from the descendants of Esau.

What will God do after Edom rebuilds? Mal. 1:4 _____________________________

What shall they be called? Mal. 1:4 ________________________________________

What attitude does the Lord have toward Edom________________________________

Where can the Lord be magnified? Mal. 1:5 __________________________________

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What does the Lord want from the priests? Mal. 1:6 _________________________

What do the priests do? Mal. 1:6____________________________________________

What do the priests say? Mal. 1:6___________________________________________

How did the priests despise Godís name? Mal. 1:7 ___________________________

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How did the priests defile God? Mal. 1:7 ___________________________________

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What were the priestís offering as a sacrifice? Mal. 1:8 ___________________

_____________________________________________________________ See Lev. 22:22

Who did God suggest the priests should try to offer these sick and deformed 

animals to? Mal. 1:8 _______________________________________________________

Do you think the governor would accept the sick and deformed animals? 

Mal. 1:8 ________________
What are we to entreat? Mal. 1:9 ___________________________________________

What is the reason to entreat Godís favor? Mal. 1:9 ________________________

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Do you think God will accept the sacrifice of these sick and deformed 

animals? Mal. 1:9 _________ see Lev. 22:22, Deut. 15:19-23

What does God want someone to do so that they would not kindle fire on Godís

altar? Mal. 1:10 ___________________________________________________________

How does God view the priests and their sacrifices? Mal. 1:10 ______________

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What is Godís name to be like? Mal. 1:11 ___________________________________

What kind of offering will be offered to Godís name? Mal. 1:11 _____________

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What do the priests do to Godís name? Mal. 1:12 ____________________________

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What do the priests say to profane Godís name? Mal. 1:12 ___________________

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What do the priests say about the offerings? Mal. 1:13______________________

What do the priest bring as an offering? Mal. 1:13 _________________________

Who is to be cursed? Mal. 1:14 _____________________________________________

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How is Godís name to be viewed among the nations? Mal. 1:14 ________________

By Pastor Todd R. Cook (toddrcook@biblestudies4u.info)

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