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Zechariah and His Prophecies
Charles Henry Hamilton Wright
by Kregel Publications
Written in English
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That Zechariah lived much earlier ( B.C.), and his death is recorded (in 2 Chron. ). Nor should Zechariah the prophet be confused with any of the 28 other men in the Old Testament who bore this name. Zechariah the prophet was probably born in Babylon during the year Babylonian captivity. Zechariah started his prophecies in B.C., the same year that Haggai ministered, but he continued for at least three years. Zechariah was the son of Berechiah (the Lord has blessed). Like Haggai, he was a prophet to the people of Judah who had returned to the land after the captivity.
Zechariah has a higher concentration of messianic prophecies though in a shorter book. Like Daniel, Zechariah gives a panoramic view of Israel's future among the Gentiles."4 "Zechariah has more to say about Christ, His Person, His Work and His Glory than all the other minor prophets combined."5File Size: KB. 1. Author and Time of Writing. Zechariah (= Remembered of Jehovah) was the second post-exile prophet and a contemporary of Haggai. They prophesied at the same time (see Ezra ; Ezra ).. It is generally assumed that the prophet Zechariah is identical with the man of the same name mentioned in Nehemiah Hence Zechariah was prophet and priest at the same time as were Jeremiah and .
The prophet Haggai is known only through his book. True, he is mentioned with Zechariah in Ezr. 5 1 and 6 14, but the statements there found are so clearly based on the book attributed to him that they are of no value except to show that a writer about the beginning of the third century B.C. believed him to have been a historical character. Nor is there any direct information in the book of. This classic work on the Book of Zechariah explains the great Messianic prophecies and the prophetic events that center around the land and people of Israel. Get A Copy Kindle Store $/5.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Zechariah: A Commentary on His Visions & Prophecies/5(44). Question: "Is Zechariah a prophecy about the second coming of Christ?" Answer: Zechariah predicts, “On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in two from east to west, forming a great valley, with half of the Mount moving north and half moving south.” “That day” is a reference to the Day of the Lord, and.
The Book of Zechariah–Prophecies for Today. Viewable PDF Printable PDF. To Request a FREE hard copy of this booklet, please write to: [email protected] Introduction Historical Background. The book of Zechariah is an extraordinary and clearly inspired book of the Bible. It shows us what will happen very soon.
It is indeed a prophecy for. Zechariah and His Prophecies book Author: Zechariah identifies the author of the Book of Zechariah as the Prophet Zechariah. Date of Writing: The Book of Zechariah was likely written in two primary segments, between and B.C.
Purpose of Writing: Zechariah emphasized that God has used His prophets to teach, warn, and correct His people. Unfortunately, they refused to listen. Zechariah was a prophet who lived in the 6th century Zechariah and His Prophecies book the birth of Christ. He was one of those captives in Babylon but, under the leadership of a political ruler whose name was Zerubbabel, Zechariah, together with s of his Hebrew kinsmen, returned to their native Palestine (cir.
B.C.). The book can be divided into two parts: The Visions of Zechariah chapters and the Prophecies of the Lord chapters The visions show that the LORD remembers his promises and his love for his people.
The prophecy is the section that has more to do with the coming king/shepherd Jesus. CHAPTER WISE SUMMARY: Chapter#1: A call to return to. Chapters differ in style from the first eight chapters, but scholars have reconciled those variations and conclude Zechariah is the author of the entire book.
Zechariah's prophesies about the Messiah would not come to pass in his readers' lifetimes, but they served to encourage them that God is Author: Jack Zavada.
Zechariah’s book, however, is longer and has much more variety than Haggai’s. His book contains visions with strange symbols, prose as well as poetry, and many Messianic prophecies. The Book of Zechariah has been called “the most Messianic” of all the Old Testament books.
GENERAL OUTLINE FOR THE BOOK OF ZECHARIAH. Zechariah’s Eight. Book of Zechariah, the 11th of 12 Old Testament books that bear the names of the Minor Prophets, collected in the Jewish canon in one book, The Twelve. Only chapters 1–8 contain the prophecies of Zechariah; chapters 9–14 must be attributed to at least two other, unknown authors.
Scholars thus refer. In keeping with the Post-Exilic Books of the Restoration, Zechariah mentions the adopted Babylonian name Shebat for the eleventh lunar month, and records Kislev for the ninth month in the Hebrew lunar calendar. The second part of the book, Chapters Nine through Fourteen, contain prophecies relating to the Messiah and the Messianic Age.
The scope of Zechariah's vision and the profundity of his thought are almost without a parallel. In the present writer's judgment, his book is the most Messianic, the most truly apocalyptic and eschatological, of all the writings of the Old Testament.
The Prophet: Zechariah was the son of Berechiah, and the grandson of Iddo (Zechariah ,7). Zechariah is a commonly used name in the Old Testament and means the LORD remembers, a meaning that contributes to the hope of the Messiah’s first and second coming prophesied in Zechariah’s book.
The dates mentioned in the book confirm that he was a contemporary of Haggai (Zechariah7; ). Haggai had been preaching for two months. This future Messiah is spoken of in four classic prophecies in Zechariah. What should intrigue us readers is the subversive, paradoxical element in these promises.
First, the apostle John quotes Zechariah at the midpoint of his Gospel (John ), as Jesus rides into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. Here is the coming King, riding on a lowly donkey. Although Zechariah addressed the issues of his day, his prophecies reach far beyond them into the time of Yeshua and, to a large extent, the end times in which we are living.
We see that this so-called minor prophet figure is prominently remembered in the Brit Chadashah (New Testament), which contains 41 citations or allusions to his prophecies.
The critical message of Zechariah is sometimes called the Apocalypse of the Old Testament. In a prophetic vision that is broader than any of the other Minor Prophets God gives prophecies that cover the ages.
In this study, we’ll take a quick overview of the book and then zero in on God’s message through Zechariah for his time, how it applies today and a special glimpse of a.
David Baron's classic work Zechariah: Visions and Prophecies is considered a giant among expositions of this Old Testament book. The book of Zechariah contains some of the most specific and comprehensive information for the Church concerning end-time Brand: Forerunner Publishing Company.
Some writers have also depreciated the unity of the prophecy by pointing out that chs. of the book are closely associated in form with the Book of Malachi, which followed it immediately in the Heb.
canon, through the use of the superscriptions of Zechariah ; and Malachi in which the technical Heb. term for “oracle” occurs. Because of the relationship of these passages it.
One will find Israel mentioned in the following verses of the book of Zechariah,and. Zechariah is related to the end times as all the prophecies of the minor. The title comes from the prophets name, Zechariah, which means “Yahweh remembers.” Because God remembers, there is hope for the people of Israel.
God will remember His covenant with them recorded in Deuteronomy and will keep His promises. Author: Zechariah says he is. The book is divided into two parts: Zechariahconcerned mainly with the rebuilding of the temple, and Zechariahdealing with future events, notably the coming of Messiah and the glory of His reign.
Zechariah begins his book (Zechariah 1) with a reminder that .Zechariah's prophecies. Zechariah was a prophet in Jerusalem about years ago.
During that time, many Jews were returning from the Babylonian Captivity to rebuild Jerusalem and the Temple. Even so, Zechariah's prophecies looked far into a future in which the Jews would again be exiled from their homeland, and this time scattered worldwide. The following lesson on Zechariah was prepared for students ages Students will discover that Zechariah reminded God’s people of His future promises about the Messiah and they were encouraged to return to the work of rebuilding the : Kelly Henderson.