Questions tagged [book-of-haggai]

Prophecy concerning the rebuilding of the second Beis Hamikdash which Chagai (one of the last 3 prophets along with Zecharia and Malachi) was present for.

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Criteria for legitimate kings

Why do they say that Zerubbabel is not called king but governor as in the book of Haggai simply because he was placed by the Persians while Jehoiakim and Zedekiah are considered legitimate kings being ...
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Do any Jewish commentators or any targum or midrash see Haggai 2:7 as a reference to the messiah?

Haggai 2:7 speaks about the coming of "the desired of nations". Christians say this is a reference to the messiah. But I'm wondering if any of the sages - the commentaries or targum or ...
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Why is Zerubavel called the son of Shealtiel?

I've a question regards Zerubavel: why is he called the son of Shealtiel? In Ezra 3:2 and 3:8, Haggai 1:1, 1:12, 1:14, 2:2, 2:23, Nechemyah 12:1, Zerubavel is called the son of Shaltiel, while in ...
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Haggai's "glory of the (second) Temple greater than the first"

Haggai 2:9 states that God will fill the Second Temple with glory, such that the glory of the Second Temple would surpass that of the First. Given that the Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans ...
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Who is "the Desire of all Nations" in Haggai 2:7?

Haggai 2:7 mentions "the Desire of all Nations", according to modern day Judaism, is this a reference to the Messiah or to God Himself?
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Which nation in this prophecy of Haggai will shake nations and will be given peace(שָׁלוֹם) [closed]

The following verse in the Torah prophesizes about a nation which will be given "peace" and coming of a praised being: and I will shake all nations, and the choicest(חֶמְדַּת ) things of all ...
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