"The book of Zechariah clearly demonstrates the prophet’s ability to see and hear from God. His message was both encouraging and challenging. His central concern was the covenant between the LORD and His people. Some scholars believe that Zechariah is the most ‘Messianic’ of the prophets because he speaks so openly and seems to be quite
matter-of-fact in his description of the activities of Jesus Christ. The book of Zechariah is a mixture of both prophetic and apocalyptic forms, comprising of eight visions, four messages, and two burdens. The first eight chapters of the book encourage the people to build the Temple of God. This is the section of Scripture where we read the famous
quotation, “‘Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,’ says the LORD of hosts” (ZECHARIAH 4:6). God wanted a restored relationship with His people. May God help us as we open up and read the pages of Zechariah and begin to listen to the Words of the LORD as He speaks to us today.
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