Lord, I Need an Attitude Adjustment (Studies in Malachi)
The Cornerstone of Our Faith
After the Israelites returned from their punishment in Babylon, they were determined to serve God and God alone. But with the passage of time, they became lax in their dedication and service to Him. Malachi was commissioned as God's prophet to call the people back into faithful service. His message still rings true in our day of half-hearted commitment to things that are holy.
George Micheal Williams delivers these lessons with the power of a seasoned gospel preacher. He was a regular contributor in our previous Blueprints for Building a Better Lifestyle series.
Cornerstone Adult Bible Study Electives
• Updated — you select and study them on your schedule
• Variety of topics — textual, topical, Old Testament, New Testament
• New studies will be added to the series
• Suitable for lecture, discussion, or individual study
• Authors selected from the best African-American writers in churches of Christ
Table of Contents:
About the Author
How to Use This Study
1 What's Love Got to Do With It? (Malachi 1:1-5)
2 Sunday Morning Frauds (Malachi 1:6-9)
3 Close the Church Doors, Turn Off the Lights, and Go Home (Malachi 1:10-14)
4 When Spiritual Leaders Are Guilty of Scandal (Malachi 2:1-9)
5 We Are Family (Malachi 2:10)
6 God Has Something to Say About Who You Marry (Malachi 2:11-12)
7 No Respect for Your Wedding Vows (Malachi 2:13-16)
8 The Devastation of Divorce (Malachi 2:13-16)
9 Questioning God's Righteous Character (Malachi 2:17-3:5)
10 Be Careful What You Ask for Because You Will Get It (Malachi 2:17-3:5)
11 "This Is Going to Hurt, But It's Necessary" (Malachi 3:3)
12 "A Sunday Morning Robbery" (Malachi 3:6-13)
13 "Get Right Church and Let's Go Home" (Malachi 3:13-4:6)
About the Author:
George M. Williams has served as ministering evangelist to the Church of Christ at East Side in Austin, Texas for the past 32 years. He is a highly respected minister of the gospel. He has conducted gospel meetings and revivals across the United States, and spoken at National Lectureships of Churches of Christ, various statewide lectureships, and conducted citywide revivals and campaigns in Texas. He has also conducted marriage and family workshops and leadership workshops.
Williams is a native Texan. He holds degrees from Southwestern Christian College (A.A.), from Abilene Christian University (B.S. in ministry and evangelism, and a M.S., in biblical & related studies). He was acknowledged as an African American male role model within the Austin community and received the Southwestern Christian College Image Award. He served as a literary contributor to the Blueprints Bible curriculum.
Brother Williams is married to Gail March-Williams. They have four grown children and two grandchildren.
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by George Willams
Publisher: 21st Century Christian
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