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The context and mood of Haggai's audience is entirely different from the audience of the pre-exilic prophets * who preceded him, a fact that must be kept in mind when reading his speeches. Whereas earlier prophets spoke to a powerful Israelite and Judean elite who were smug and complacent, Haggai addresses a people who have returned to a ruined land, are no longer in control of their own affairs, and often question whether the renewal of their homeland is a realistic possibility.

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