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Zechariah

Author – Zechariah
Time – 520 to 490 B.C.

Summary – Zechariah was a younger contemporary of Haggai. He also encouraged the people to rebuild the Temple. Like Daniel and Revelation, this book contains visions symbolising future events. It contains detailed references to the coming Messiah. The book concludes with descriptions of the enemies of Jerusalem being judged and of the future glory of Godís Kingdom.

Introduction – The call to repent – Chapter 1 v 1 to 6

The night visions of Zechariah – Chapter 1 v 7 to 6 v 8
Passage
Subject
1 v 7 to 17 Vision of the horses and riders
1 v 18 to 21 Vision of the horns and artisans
2 v 1 to 13 Vision of the surveyor
3 v 1 to 10 Vision of Joshua the high priest
4 v 1 to 14 Vision of the golden lampstand
5 v 1 to 4 Vision of the flying roll
5 v 5 to 11 Vision of the woman in the ephah
6 v 1 to 8 Vision of the chariots

The crowning of Joshua – Chapter 6 v 9 to 15

Questions concerning fasting – Chapter 7 v 1 to 8 v 23
Passage
Subject
7 v 1 to 3 The question
7 v 4 to 14 The lesson from history
8 v 1 to 23 Godís purpose of blessing for Israel

The future of the nations, Israel, and Messiahís Kingdom
– Chapter 9 v 1 to 14 v 21
Passage
Subject
9 v 1 to 11 v 17 The first burden
12 v 1 to 14 v 21 The second burden

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