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Zechariah

Author: Richard D Phillips
Publisher: Phillipsburg, NJ : P & R Pub., ©2007.
Series: Reformed expository commentary.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The Book of Zechariah records the prophetic message of Zechariah to the community that had returned to Jerusalem after the Babylonian exile and was charged with rebuilding the temple and city. The physical return was meant to prompt a spiritual and theological return to faith in the Lord. Zechariah called the people to such a true return and reassured them of the Lords willingness to receive them and restore to them  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard D Phillips
ISBN: 9781596380288 1596380284
OCLC Number: 77333972
Description: xiv, 351 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Return to me (1:1-6) --
Horsemen of the Lord (1:7-17) --
I will return to you (1:16-21) --
The city without walls (2:1-5) --
The two cities (2:6-13) --
The sinner's new clothes (3:1-5) --
A servant, a branch, a stone (3:6-10) --
The golden lampstand (4:1-6) --
The day of small things (4:6-10) --
The two olive trees (4:11-14) --
The flying scroll (5:1-11) --
The four chariots (6:1-8) --
The priest enthroned (6:9-15) --
True fasting (7:1-14) --
A promise to bless (8:1-17) --
From fast to feast (8:18-23) --
The burden of the Lord (9:1-8) --
Behold, your king (9:9-17) --
The good shepherd (10:1-5) --
The second exodus (10:6-12) --
Two broken staffs (11:1-17) --
Strong in the Lord (12:1-9) --
Mourning for the one they pierced (12:10-14) --
A fountain for cleansing (13:1-6) --
The shepherd struck (13:7-9) --
The Lord will be king (14:1-11) --
Holy to the Lord (14:12-21).
Series Title: Reformed expository commentary.
Responsibility: Richard D. Phillips.
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The Book of Zechariah records the prophetic message of Zechariah to the community that had returned to Jerusalem after the Babylonian exile and was charged with rebuilding the temple and city. The physical return was meant to prompt a spiritual and theological return to faith in the Lord. Zechariah called the people to such a true return and reassured them of the Lords willingness to receive them and restore to them the promised blessings. It is a book whose eschatological perspective is of special value to Christians today who labor for reformation and long for revival. - Publisher.

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