5 edition of Life-Study of Zechariah found in the catalog.
by Living Stream Ministry
Written in English
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the opening word The book of Zechariah opens with a word exhorting the children of Israel to return to Jehovah with the promise that Jehovah will return to them (). They had returned from Babylon to Jerusalem, but probably most of them had not returned to the Lord. Zechariah Book Divisions. The Book of Zechariah begins by appealing to the remnant of Israel to repent (–6). It continues with eight visions Zechariah saw in one night, presented in the literary form called apocalyptic ( to ). This section comes to a climax when the high priest, Joshua, is symbolically crowned (–15).
including the other Major Prophets: Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel; along with the 12 so-called minor prophets. Remember, the designation "major" or "minor" simply refers to the length of the book, not its importance. The prophets wrote over a period of years, spanning the decline, the exile, and the return of the children of Israel. A WORD CONCERNING OUR NEED TO BE BROUGHT INTO THE REALM OF GOD’S ECONOMY. At this point I would like to say a word concerning our need to be brought into the realm of God’s economy. Most Christians consider the Bible to be a book which teaches them to be good, ethical, godly, and spiritual. This is not wrong; it is right and good.
Jesus saves! In Chapter 12 of the book of John, you’ll see the prophecy of Zechariah 9 fulfilled as Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey to save the . Life-Study of the New Testament - Foreword The church has been on the earth for almost twenty centuries. During such an extended period of time, many saints have authored studies on various books of the New Testament, and numerous commentaries and expositions have been written. However, most of them touch only the objective and doctrinal side of the divine revelation and have failed to stress.
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Life-Study of Zechariah CONTENTS. An Introductory Word; The Visions of Consolation and Promise (1) The Visions of Consolation and Promise (2) The Visions of Consolation and Promise (3) The Visions of Consolation and Promise (4) The Visions of Consolation and Promise (5) The Visions of Consolation and Promise (6).
LIFE-STUDY OF ZECHARIAH MESSAGE FOURTEEN THE PROPHECIES OF ENCOURAGEMENT (6) Scripture Reading: Zech. The center of the prophecies in chapters twelve through fourteen is Christ as the rejected Messiah coming back to be enthroned.
Because the prophecies in Daniel and Zechariah are crucial to understanding Revelation, we recommend that you also read through the Life-study of Daniel and the Life-study of Zechariah.
The knowledge of the Babylonian image, the prophecy of the seventy weeks and prophecies concerning Christ's second coming will greatly aid your understanding.5/5(4). LIFE-STUDY OF ZECHARIAH MESSAGE THIRTEEN THE PROPHECIES OF ENCOURAGEMENT (5) Scripture Reading: Zech. ; In the previous Life-Study of Zechariah book we saw Israel's destiny in the great war of Armageddon.
In this message we will consider the prophecy of encouragement concerning Israel's household salvation. In Their Household Salvation 1. LIFE-STUDY OF ZECHARIAH MESSAGE TWELVE THE PROPHECIES OF ENCOURAGEMENT (4) Scripture Reading: Zech. ;The Christ unveiled in the book of Zechariah is a Christ who is intimately involved with human history.
A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE PROPHETS ISAIAH, DANIEL, AND ZECHARIAH. We need to make a comparison between the three prophets, Isaiah, Daniel, and Zechariah, in two matters: in God's economy toward His chosen people and in Christ for the people of His concern.
Because the prophecies in Daniel and Zechariah are crucial to understanding Revelation, we recommend that you also read through the Life-study of Daniel and the Life-study of Zechariah. The knowledge of the Babylonian image, the prophecy of the seventy weeks and prophecies concerning Christ's second coming will greatly aid your understanding.5/5(3).
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Select Page. life-study-of-zechariah. by Liew Elaine | May 6, | 0 comments. Submit a Comment Cancel reply. Your email. Book of Zechariah. Go To Jechariah Index. Title: The universal tradition of both Jews and Christians endorses the prophet Zechariah as author.
His name, common to more than 29 Old Testament men, means “The Lord remembers”. This book is second only. Zechariah Life-study of the Bible with Witness Leeis a minute radio broadcast composed of excerpts from Witness Lee's spoken ministry that focuses on the enjoyment of the divine life as revealed in the Scriptures.
The ministry portions are followed by a discussion of the portion presented, including questions and answers. Darius encouraged the Jews to restore the temple. God called two prophets to support them: Zechariah and Haggai. In this second shortest book of the Old Testament (after Obadiah), Haggai scolded his countrymen for living in "paneled houses" while the Lord's house had fallen into disarray.
He also pointed out when the people turned away from God Author: Jack Zavada. THE REIGN OF ZECHARIAH OVER ISRAEL Life-Study of 1 & 2 Kings, by Witness Lee More excerpts from this title.
Books God's Economy The Triune God Christ Life The Church The Kingdom The Study of the Bible The Gospel The New Way Christian Practice Service Training Young People Life-Study of Zechariah. The Books of Haggai and Zechariah should be read and studied with the Book of Ezra, for all three books were written in the shadow of the rebuilt temple, and.
The stone is also mentioned in the book of Zechariah. Zechariah speaks of the headstone, andthe stone with seven eyes. The stone in Zechariah is neither the foundation stone nor the cornerstone; it is the topstone with seven eyes.
These seven eyes appear again in the book of Revelation as the seven eyes of the Lamb (). VII. THE SECTIONS OF THIS BOOK A. The Introductory Word. The first section of the book of Zechariah is the introductory word in B. The Visions of Consolation and Promise. The second section of Zechariah consists of the visions of consolation and promise (—).
Life-study of the Bible is a book-by-book commentary on the Scripture. The church has been on the earth for almost twenty-one centuries.
During such an extended period of time, numerous commentaries and expositions have been written. In the Book of Zechariah In Zechariah the prophecy concerning the nations around Judah in relation to Israel gives some details of the Grecian Empire’s invasion into the holy land and the defeat of its successor by the heroic Jews (ch.
The book of Zechariah clearly reveals that God desires the rebuilding of the temple (; ). However, without Christ everything, including the temple, is. This book is intended as an aid to believers in developing a daily time of morning revival with the Lord in His word.
At the same time, it provides a limited review of the winter training held December, in Anaheim, California, on the "Crystallization-study of Daniel and Zechariah." 5/5(1).Haggai was a prophet of the remnant of Israel and Judah that remained after the 70 years in captivity, and his task was to instruct, encourage and also rebuke after their recent return to the land.
In particular Haggai in conjunction with Zechariah was given the task of stirring up the enthusiasm to rebuild the temple of the Lord and is the.3. In Zechariah. In Zechariah all the nations’ dealings with Israel are for Israel to experience Christ in their ignorance.
God’s concern for Israel is seen in His dealings with all the nations. (Life-Study of Zechariah, Chapter 1, by Witness Lee).