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Context Summary
Malachi 1:1–5 introduces this prophecy as one from Malachi, meaning ”My Messenger.” This passage summarizes the basic spiritual problem facing Israel: apathy. God has shown His love for them, but they don’t recognize it anymore. To show how He has loved them, Malachi points to the destruction of Edom. Israel has suffered, but God has kept them through those struggles. Edom, on the other hand, has been obliterated. God’s chosen people have sinned, but they haven’t been destroyed, which is an act of God’s love and mercy towards them.


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“Malachi 1:2-3”

What does Malachi 1:2 mean? |


Malachi 1:2-3

“I have loved you,” says Yahweh.

Yet you say, “How have you loved us?”

“Wasn’t Esau Jacob’s brother?” says Yahweh, “Yet I loved Jacob; but Esau I hated, and made his mountains a desolation, and gave his heritage to the jackals of the wilderness.” 

Exodus 13 3a
Exodus 12 21
Exodus 12 13

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