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John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
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Verse 1
Son - Adoptive son to Shealtiel, being of the royal line, but by nature, son of Pedaiah. Governor - Appointed to this by the Persian king, over the remnant returned out of Babylon. Joshua - A type of the great deliverer; one Joshua leads them into Canaan, another restores the temple.

Verse 4
Ceiled - Arched and richly adorned.

Verse 6
Have not enough - But what you eat doth not nourish or satisfy you. Are not filled - Your water quenches not your thirst, your wine does not revive your spirit. None warm - You have no comfort therein. With holes - Loses all his labour.

Verse 8
Take pleasure - I will accept your offerings, and hear your prayers. Glorified - Shew my majesty and account myself glorified by you also.

Verse 9
Came to little - But it answered not the expectation. I did blow - I blasted it. Ye run - You with eagerness carry on your own particular buildings.

Verse 10
Is stayed - God hath forbidden them, to drop down dew.

Verse 11
Upon men - The very blood, and constitutions of men were changed, and many diseases afflicted them.

Verse 13
In the Lord's message - ln the words of his master. The people - The whole assembly.

Verse 14
The Lord of hosts - By which name he delights to be known among the returned captives; and it was a name best suited to their present state, compassed on all hands with enemies.


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Bibliography Information
Wesley, John. "Commentary on Haggai 1". "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible". <http://classic.studylight.org/com/wen/view.cgi?book=hag&chapter=001>. 1765.  

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