Definition of Book of malachi
1. Noun. An Old Testament book containing the prophecies of Malachi.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Book Of Malachi
Literary usage of Book of malachi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of the Twelve Prophets Commonly Called the Minor by George Adam Smith (1898)
"CHAPTER XXIV THE BOOK OF "MALACHI" THIS book, the last in the arrangement of the prophetic canon, bears the title : Burden or Oracle of the Word of Jehovah ..."
2. An Introduction to the Old Testament by Charles Henry Hamilton Wright (1890)
"The c,rcumstances noted in Neh. xiii. correspond with the indications given in the Book of Malachi. The prophet denounces the presentation of inferior ..."
3. The Messages of the Later Prophets; Arranged in the Order of Time, Analyzed by Frank Knight Sanders (1899)
"II THE MESSAGE OF THE book of malachi I. The Date and Authorship of the Prophecy ... book of malachi ..."
4. The Messages of the Later Prophets by Frank Knight Sanders, Charles Foster Kent (1899)
"II THE MESSAGE OF THE book of malachi 1. The Date and Authorship of the Prophecy That the undated Book of Malachi comes from the discouraging, ..."
5. ... Select Notes on the International Sunday School Lessons by Adolphus Frederick Schauffler (1910)
"The Book of Malachi. The circumstances of the times. The choice sayings in his book. The promise of the Coming One. The Refiner's fire. ..."
6. Historic Notes on the Books of the Old and New Testaments by Samuel Sharpe (1858)
"ON THE book of malachi. HISTORY tells us that in the thirty-second year of Artaxerxes ... Book of Malachi."