The visions of Zechariah and the burdens of the Lord
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Published by Believers Bookshelf .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible,
  • Commentaries,
  • Zechariah

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11224581M
ISBN 100881722154
ISBN 109780881722154
OCLC/WorldCa51534485

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Zechariah emphasizes that God had returned to Jerusalem with mercies (Zec_) and paints a beautiful picture of blessing yet to come for Judah in particular, but in which all Israel will share. However, he also clearly shows that this cannot be fulfilled until many sorrows engulf the nation, culminating in the great distress of the future. The book of Zechariah begins recalling the history of Israel, and then follows with a series of eight visions (Zechariah –). Chapter 9 to 14 has two "oracles" or "burdens," and the first oracle (chapters ) gives an outline of God's providential dealings with his people down to the time of the coming of Faith and Belief in the Church /5.   File Name: Grant, L M - The Visions of Zechariah - and the Burdens of the LORD Droid MySword Version File Submitter: david psalms File Submitted: 21 Oct File Updated: 21 Oct File Category: Books Author: L M Grant The prophecies of Haggai and Zechariah were written almost at the same time, when a remnant of Israel had returned from captivity to rebuild the temple at .   Zechariah's visions raced further ahead also, giving specific details of the first and second coming of the Lord Jesus Himself. The current world situation is a scene straight out of Zechariah Christians, Sinners,Jews and Muslims all need to be exposed to this prophecy and draw near to God by s: 2.

Zechariah’s First Vision “The angel who talked with me said to me, ‘Cry out, Thus says the LORD of hosts: I am exceedingly jealous for Jerusalem and for Zion. And I am exceedingly angry with the nations that are at ease; for while I was angry but a little, they furthered the disaster” (vv. 14–15).   That’s the message that the LORD gives Zechariah to start off his book. So, in CH 1 the LORD expresses HIS anger toward those nations and then promises to rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem and repopulate Jerusalem. CH 2 The third vision of Zechariah depicts a surveyor measuring the s ize of Jerusalem. The message is that in the future Jerusalem. Zechariah was a younger contemporary of Haggai and continued the ministry that Haggai began. Both Zechariah and Haggai ministered to the same people, but from different perspectives. Haggai reproved the people for their failure to rebuild the temple, while Zechariah encouraged the people by presenting to them the coming glory of the Lord. A Summary of Zechariah: So, for the last year and a few weeks, we’ve grown accustomed to turning our attention to the book of unfortunately we came to the end of that book and now we need to move on to something else.. And as I prayed, a few different possibilities were in my mind. Finally, it seemed that the Lord had placed a specific book in my mind as the next subject of our study.

B. Ten visions (all in one night), Chapters — 1. Riders under myrtle trees, Zec v. 7 — Date: Febru B.C. (the Hebrew year begins in the April of our year). vv. — In the vision Zechariah sees a man on a red horse with other red horses behind him. They were speckled because they were in the shadow of myrtle trees. In the first of Zechariah's eight visions, an angel explains that "These are they whom the LORD hath sent to walk to and fro through the earth". Zec The book of Zechariah the Prophet has a strong focus on the ideal future world, which promises a day of glory for Zion. Zechariah The burden of the word of the Lord for Israel — Or, toward Israel; that is, as some interpret it, the prophecy which containeth the words of the Lord to Israel. Saith the Lord, which stretcheth forth the heavens — Who hath spread out the heavens to such a vast extent. And layeth the foundation of the earth — Hath assigned to the earth a fixed place in the creation, or.   The book of Zechariah begins recalling the history of Israel, and then follows with a series of eight visions (Zechariah –). Chapter 9 to 14 has two "oracles" or "burdens," and the first oracle (chapters ) gives an outline of God's providential dealings with his people down to the time of the coming of the Messiah (Old Testament).Reviews: 1.