Zechariah’s Visions

“Zechariah is shown a series of eight graphic visions, not unlike those shown to Daniel.  They refer to many of the people and events of the present time but repeatedly appear to have dual significance, either messianic or apocalyptic.

In the first vision is assurance that Israel will be restored in prosperity.”

Read:  Zechariah 1:7-17

“In the second vision is assurance that Israel’s oppressors will indeed be punished.”

Read:  Zechariah 1:18-21

“In the third vision is assurance that God will be among his returning people.”

Read:  Zechariah 2

“In the fourth vision is assurance that the sins of the people will be removed by him who is called the Branch.”

Read:  Zechariah 3

“In the fifth vision is assurance that God will complete his temple through his two anointed ones.”

Read:  Zechariah 4

“In the sixth vision is assurance that wickedness will always be punished.”

Read:  Zechariah 5:1-4

“In the seventh vision is assurance that wicked nations will be brought to their knees.”

Read:  Zechariah 5:5-11

“In the eighth vision is assurance that there is to be rest at last!”

Read:  Zechariah 6:1-8

“Zechariah is now told to place a crown on the head of Joshua the high priest, an enactment which is symbolic of the Messiah, who will be both Priest and King over his people.”

Read:  Zechariah 6:9-15

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.
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