"Consider your ways." This simple message was likely what really got the attention of Zerubbabel, the governor of Judah appointed by Darius, King of the Medo-Persian empire, as well as Joshua the High Priest. The words were spoken by the prophet Haggai, on the occasion that while they had been back in Judah for awhile, the Temple was in a state of disrepair. Meanwhile the people were living in completed homes, yet their circumstances otherwise were not so good.
"Consider your ways" is the prophet's way of saying "Get your priorities in order." The rulers and the people listened.
In the sermon below, the emphasis is on priorities and the nature of holiness. Consider your own ways as you listen to it.