Zechariah 9:9-17

The prophecy proclaiming the coming of the Lord Jesus, not only once at Bethlehem, but twice! And when He returns, He will bring final peace to the world.

Zechariah 9:9

The famous prophecy of Jesus the Messiah entering Jerusalem riding on the colt, the foal of a donkey. This was taken to mean that the King would be a king of humility and peace. And that is the way Jesus entered Jerusalem the week before he was crucified.

Zechariah 9:4-9

Zechariah predicts God's judgment against Israel's ancient enemies, and sets the background for the coming of Zion's great king, the Messiah.

Zechariah 8:15-9:4

God wants his people to be known for telling truth, and it will result in blessings for those around us. Zechariah foretells more about the days of blessing for Israel which would come in the future.

Zechariah 8:4-19

An encouraging section, as Zechariah foretells a marvelous day of restoration and revival in Israel… how people will come from all over the world to inquire after God!

Zechariah 7:11-8:3

The people who had been called by God into relationship with him had totally turned from him; yet they wondered why God didn't answer when they called! It is easier to maintain a close daily walk with God than to suddenly seek him when you're in trouble!

Zechariah 7:8-11

Zechariah calls for the balance between justice and mercy among his people… a balance that is very hard to achieve. But they are found in Christ!

Zechariah 7:4-7

God examines motivations in addition to actions. Honoring God by pursuing Justice and mercy is more important than fasting and mourning.

Zechariah 6:15-7:6

The builders of the temple needed to be reminded that religious activity alone does not necessarily please God; if the heart is not right, no worship style is acceptable.

Zechariah 6:13-15

How "the Branch" (Joshua, the high priest at the time) was branching out, building the temple, just as Christ is branching out all through the nations. God is working through human history to build his kingdom.

Zechariah 6:4-12

More explanation about the vision of the four chariots of judgment, and the crowning of the high priests Joshua. This is a picture of when Christ will be crowned Prophet, Priest and King!

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