Book of Malachi


Malachi 3:16 - 4:6

Audio • May 19, 2019 • Stephen McCall

Don't resist the Spirit when he's trying to talk to you. In Beihai, China, a sink hole opened up and swallowed a man on a scooter. He got to experience a sink hole up close and personal. Video showed that he was staring at his cell phone and didn't notice the geological upheaval. Instead of being captivated by this world, let's stay attuned to the voice of the Spirit and respond to him. That's the best way to avoid pitfalls in this present world. Pastor Stephen

Malachi 2:17-22

Audio • March 24, 2019 • Stephen McCall

Welcome to Calvary Syracuse. Our vision is to "Know Christ and Make Him Known".

Malachi 1:1-5

Audio • November 18, 2018 • Stephen McCall

Malachi charged the people with specific sins. In each case they responded...”how have we done that?” Their response indicated a hardness of heart. They believed that since they were serving God as He had directed, then He must be pleased with them...but their hearts were not right with God and He was not pleased with them.” Thomas Constable Is God pleased with us today? Pastor Stephen

Malachi 1:6-14

Audio • January 13, 2019 • Stephen McCall

Sometimes, we offer God our second best, thinking that whatever we are able to do should be good enough. Yet, no one says, “I’ll just work 10 hours of my 40 hour work week and I’m sure my boss will just be fine with that - they know I’ve got a lot of other things to do.” Why do we think that’s good enough for God then? “Good enough” almost never is. Pastor Stephen

Malachi 2:1-9

Audio • February 24, 2019 • Stephen McCall

n today’s passage, Malachi delivers a message of warning to the priests who weren’t fulfilling their calling, “There are two dimensions to this calling - the priest is to be a teacher of God’s law and he is also to practice it himself.” - I. Duguid It’s a message that wasn’t only for them, but for each of us who represent Christ. Pastor Stephen

Malachi 2:10-16

Audio • March 10, 2019 • Stephen McCall

Malachi’s contemporaries were distressed because God refused to accept their offerings...Malachi explains that God was acting as a witness against husbands who were unfaithful to their wives. Marriage is not just a contract, a two-way relationship between husband and wife, but a covenant, a three-way relationship in which the couple is accountable to God. —ESV Study Bible Pastor Stephen