The Lord sent this message through the prophet Haggai: "Why would you say you are living in extravagant houses while my home lies in ruins? This is the thing that the Lord of Heaven's Armies says: Look at what's befalling you! You have planted a lot yet nearly nothing. You eat however are not fulfilled. You drink however are as yet parched. You put something on yet can't keep warm. Your wages vanish like you were placing them in pockets loaded up with openings! This is the thing that the Lord of Heaven's Armies says: Look at what's befalling you! Now go up into the slopes, cut down wood, and reconstruct my home. At that point I will enjoy it and be regarded, says the Lord. You sought after rich harvests, however they were poor. What's more, when you brought your reap home, I overwhelmed it. Why? Since my home lies in ruins, says the Lord." –Haggai 1:3-9
Jake has a not insignificant rundown of incomplete activities. There's a gap in the flight of stairs divider actually hanging tight for a fix, an exposed window in the room actually anticipating drapes, and a tight pair of jeans actually trusting that his eating regimen will get in progress. Be that as it may, these things should pause. He has more significant activities than fix dividers, set up drapes, and improve his dietary patterns. These incomplete undertakings should pause.
That is the thing that the individuals of Judah are stating about the Temple, which is gravely needing fix. It is their most elevated need, however they have their psyches on their own home upgrades. In this perusing, Haggai predictions to them about reprioritizing the things on their daily agenda.
The point of convergence of Judah's relationship with God, the Temple, lay in ruins. Rather than revamping it, individuals had placed their energies into improving their own homes. In any case, the harder individuals worked for themselves, the less they had. The harvests continued getting littler. Their salary never entirely secured their costs. In view of a coming dry season, they would not have the option to meet their most essential needs. The entirety of this came about because of one reason—ignoring their otherworldly needs (Haggai 1:2-6, 9-11).
On the off chance that you never have enough, it might be a direct result of a lost worth. Gatekeeper your otherworldly needs. As you package out your time, cash, and energy, remember the significance of exercises and interests that issue to God. He will accommodate you in the event that you put him first.