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In Zechariah, you see God’s incredible forgiveness and promise of restoration and depth of love for His people, who had been slaves in Babylon and were now returning to rebuild their country, their lives, and their faith
Scripture: Zechariah 5:1-5:11
Where is God when we’ve messed up? God is there with compassion. That is the word in the passage. God is there with restoration. God is there to strengthen. God is there to answer. These are powerful, amazing words! Let’s not run past them!!
Scripture: Zechariah 10:1-10:12
supposed to be, right? Not always, and not now. God doesn’t relieve us of all responsibility and do all the work for us. He empowers us, and we get started. And maybe it is a small start. A few boulders moved, a few shovels of dirt thrown to the s
Scripture: Zechariah 4:1-4:14
The “Lord of the angel armies” speaks, and says “I am here… you are not alone… I will give you strength – I will strengthen your hands – to finish the task.”
Scripture: Zechariah 8:9-8:17
What could God do with your life?
Scripture: Zechariah 6:1-6:15
And in the midst of this, all the mess and rubble, the Lord of Heaven’s Armies speaks. “I was very angry… but return to me, and I will return to you… Turn from your evil ways, and stop all your evil practices.”
Scripture: Zechariah 1:1-1:6
God is “on the move”. The “LORD of Heaven’s Armies” wants His message shouted out loud, a message that says “My love is passionate and strong.”
Scripture: Zechariah 1:7-1:21
thinking outside the box, or outside the wall.
Scripture: Zechariah 2:1-2:17
Zechariah 9-14 is mostly Hebrew Poetry. One commentator has called these "perhaps the most problematic 6 chapters in the bible"
Scripture: Zechariah 9:1-9:17
We believe that God will do that which seems “impossible”. We believe that God will take each opportunity, each act of service, each expression of love to one another and use that for His glory and His Kingdom.
Scripture: Zechariah 8:1-8:8