Zechariah 2:5-13

Zechariah announces God's comfort for the captives in old Babylon, that they would be restored back in their land and that God would restore Israel to greatness one day.

Zechariah 2:1-5

We see Zechariah's vision of the man with the measuring line in his hand, to measure the restored city of Jerusalem in a day when it becomes the real center of activity, with God himself as its wall of protection!

Zechariah 1:11-21

Zechariah had visions of the night, including the "man among the myrtle trees" (Jesus), who spoke of his return and reign, and the restoration of the shattered nation of Israel.

Zechariah 1:7-11

Zechariah saw a vision of a man among the myrtle trees, which was a vision about the angel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Zechariah 1:1-6

This prophetic book describes a series of unusual visions Zechariah received in the night; and he begins by calling his people to return to the Lord.

Haggai 2:14-23

All mankind stands defiled before God, and must be made clean by faith in the Son of God.

Haggai 2:10-13

God reminded the sinners of Haggai's time that they were unclean, even though they may have thought they were perfectly right.

Haggai 2:5-9

God reveals his plans to judge the nations of the world, and make Israel great one day, even though the rebuilt temple in the time of Haggai did not look like much.

Haggai 2:3-4

The Jews who returned from captivity rebuilt the temple which had been destroyed, yet the rebuilt edifice was inferior to the previous one built by Solomon.

Haggai 1:12-2:3

How Zerubbabel roused the people of Judah to get busy and rebuild the temple which had been destroyed by the Babylonians.

Haggai 1:9-15

A book of getting busy and work for the Lord. There is a time to pray and there is a time to pick up the tools.

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