God's Judgments and Punishments: Individuals and Nations.
What Homer Hailey has done in the pages of this book is to point us passionately to God's ongoing involvement in the affairs of nations, as we are reminded by these chilling words from Habakkuk (1:5): "Look at the nations and watch - and be utterly amazed. For I am going to do something in your days that you would not believe even though you were told." Would we ourselves believe it, even if we were told? Homer Hailey - that intimate insider into the prophets of old - certainly did. And if you, yourself, doubt for a minute that God is still actively involve in the rise and fall of natinos, then read on. The message within is compelling.
(fom the Foreword by F. LaGard Smith)
Paperback, 220 pages.
Commentary on the Minor Prophets, 12th Apr 2009
Reviewer: Philip Zwart
A brilliant book, containing an extraordinary amount of useful information. A most brilliant commentator who has the ability to make the prophets come alive, Hailey is intimately aquainted with the prophets and prophecy. His writing style is easily accessible. Each of the minor prophets is dealt with individually with useful information about the prophet, background dates, etc., placing things well into context. As a preacher, I used this book as the basis for a bible study series into the minor prophets which was very well received by my congregation. Highly recommended, you absolutely must have this book in your library!