A Word From Malachi is dedicated to my brothers and sisters in the Body of Christ that are in the midst of grevious persecution. There are places in this world where it can cost the believer every thing they possess, even their very life, to name the name of Christ. Pray God will under gird them with His faithful Spirit as they stand upon the firm foundation of His word… it is the only foundation that will remain unshakable in a time of trouble.

Malachi will also address convicting truths as to why the church in America is not in the midst of the same. Pray God will have mercy on the church in America when His judgement comes.

Malachi- (Hebrew) “my messenger” Date: most date the writing between 450-400BC Malachi was sent by God as a rebuke to His people for their neglect of the true worship of the Lord and called them to repentance. Approximately 100 years had passed since the nation had left there seventy-years of captivity and had returned to Palestine. The city of Jerusalem and the second temple had been built, but the initial enthusiasm had worn off. Following a period of revival, the people and priest had backslid-den and become mechanical in their observation of the law. Though they had become lax in obedience to God’s word, they could not understand why God was dissatisfied with them.

Some time back the Lord spoke to my heart while studying in the Old Testament book of Malachi. This Old Testament Word is a timely message for the New Testament church living some 2,500 years later.

Truly the word of God is quick, sharper than a two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Neither is there any creature that is not manifest in His sight: but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of Him with whom we have to do.

If for some reason you feel the spirit of conviction while reading the articles posted on ‘A Word From Malachi’, I beseech you that you find a place of obedience. For we are not our own, we have been bought with a price.



  1. While taking classes in philosophy, theology, science and business as an adult learner, I came up with a series of seventeen blog posts entitled “An Inconvenient God” which you may or may not enjoy reading. Anyway, I have attached the link to the earliest and they work forward from there.


    God Bless.

    • Thanks rural iowegian, I will consider ‘an inconvenient god’.

      God bless my friend and thank you for serving our country!

      brother malachi

  2. Brother Malachi, I truly enjoyed reading your “About” page! Thank you for visiting my blog. May I invite you to visit my Internet Ministry page at likepreciousfaith.info when you have the time and if you are led of the Lord?
    Thank you for sharing,

    • Thanks nanarhonda for visiting and considering what a word from malachi is ‘about’. Sometimes the post that are archived can be likened to a piece of meat with gristle, which is a little hard to swallow, as I am sure most of the messages were from God through the mouth of His prophets thousands of years ago.

      I don’t think the days we are living in are much different than those days, as a religious spirit tends to convince the mind of the same that they are in right standing with God, while are the furthest from the truth.

      I have visited likepreciousfaith.info and the ministry is well posted. We shall pray that the Lord will lead as you and your author’s speak for the cause of the gospel.

      Peace in Yeshua!
      brother malachi

  3. Dear brother malachi,
    Thank you so very much for you very kind words and prayer; I receive them in the Name of Jesus!

    Yes, I agree that sometimes meat has gristle in it that is hard to swallow and we must trust Him and His Word.

    With regard to the same subject, a great man of faith once said, “Have the sense of an old cow; eat the hay and spit out the sticks.” Often, the meat is the hay and the gristle is the sticks. We must be good discerners of His Truth to know which is which. I have experienced myself spitting out the meat, as I was still only a babe in Christ, only satisfied with the milk of the Word and parroting what I was hearing preached on Sundays, morning and evening services.

    Then, as I shared, I was in a church where the pastor taught from the pulpit and I choked on the meat, shaking my head and looking down to find that I had underlined, and highlighted the very scripture he was teaching on. I had to pray to have ears to hear and a heart to perceive what His Spirit was saying. This was life-changing for me for 4 years.

    I am forever grateful to my Lord for leading me to this pastor and his anointed teaching. I am also thankful for the discernment of His Holy Spirit when that pastor turned away from the Word to his own desires.

    I am sad to report that there are precious few churches that teach the Word of God from the pulpit, equipping the saints to go out and live a Christ-like life so as to draw men to them to ask what it is that makes them different?

    Thank you for visiting both of my sites and for your encouragement. Please pray for the Pastor in India who is desperately fighting for the Christians who are now being persecuted by the Hindus, similar to the jihadists but without the bloodshed (yet?). His plea is found under the Pastors from other countries. I can email it to you if you would like also.

    God bless you and the work of your hands,

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