October 1, 2022 | The Book of Joel, Part 2


Joel Chapter 2

God spoke through the prophet Joel to deliver a message of impending judgment to His Chosen People. Chapter 2 opens with a shofar blast, which warned Israel of an army coming. In part 2 of our 3-part series on Joel, Chris describes this warning as a prophecy of both the Babylonian invasion and the future battle of the Tribulation. 

Despite the devastation Israel would face, there was hope. Yes, God had to judge His people. But He never abandoned them. In fact, He was jealous for His people, calling them to return to Him. Even in judgment, God made a way for His people to return to Him. He commanded true repentance and full devotion to Himself—a model for us to follow today too.

If you missed Part 1 of this series, you can catch up here.

Joel: The Day of the Lord


Dive deeper into Joel with David Levy’s expert commentary! Learn about the prophecies God revealed that came to pass and the ones still to come that will culminate in the Battle of Armageddon in this concise, insightful work.


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Apples of Gold: So Long Our Hopes Are Not Yet Lost

Though Israel faced missile attacks from Iraq, many immigrants were entering Israel. Eager to share Scripture with people who had lived under Communist rule all their lives, Zvi began building friendships and sharing his faith. He knew that truth ultimately conquers, and he considered it an obligation to reach out to many of these immigrants. Hear how Zvi comforted them with the Word of God and prayed that the Lord alone would be their guide and lead them to truth.


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