Free Sermon on Haggai

Haggai Sermon

This free sermon on Haggai studies Haggai’s prophecy for Israel to teach us how to rebuild our spiritual lives when it feels like we are in ruins.


After generations of exile, displaced Hebrews began moving back to their beloved Promised Land. The landscape looked nothing like the “land of milk and honey” their ancestors had found. It was more like a land of mud and horror. Their temple was a pile of rocks. Their city looked like a war zone. At first, they were excited to rebuild, but time made them grow complacent. The efforts just stopped. 

God sent the prophet Haggai to help them with their rebuilding efforts. Haggai had to help the Hebrews see a harsh reality. Their lack of discipline was on display in every facet of their lifestyle. Their crops died, their economy collapsed, and enemies were starting to take advantage of their vulnerability. Now, it was time for action, so what were they to do? Rebuild. But God wanted them to build back better.
Scripture: Haggai 1:3-5, 9, 14-15

This sermon is adapted from our small group Bible study on Haggai. Click here to view the Haggai small group Bible study. You might also like these free sermon series for youth.

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