Zechariah’s prophesying began with a call for the remnant of the children of Israel to return to Him: “Return unto me, … and I will return unto you” (1:3b). They had already returned physically, but their hearts needed to be recovered. Thank God they responded and returned with their whole hearts. The result was that the Lord returned to them as well.
Author: Stephen Kaung
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-68062-142-6
eBook ISBN: 978-1-68062-143-3
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Zechariah's prophesying began with a call for the remnant of the children of Israel to return to Him: "Return unto me, and I will return unto you" (1:3b). They had already returned physically, but their hearts needed to be recovered. Thank God they responded and returned with their whole hearts. The result was that the Lord returned to them as well. After about two months, the word of God came again to Zechariah in one busy night, with eight consecutive visions, each added to the other. Through these visions, God made known His whole plan of recovery. It was not just to recover the temple that Zerubbabel and Joshua and the remnant were building, but at the very end of days., He would recover everything to its fullest. Through these visions, we can see the whole plan of God in the work of recovery. In the end, God will recover fully and gain glory out of His people. In this volume, Stephen Kaung brings us through this same path of returning to the Lord with our whole hearts. He then seeks out the prophetic word of the Lord through Zechariah in our time. May the Lord use these words to comfort and encourage today's struggling remnant. May we not despise "the day of small things." It is "not by might, nor by power, but by [His] Spirit" that the church is built.
Table of Contents
1—Zechariah the Prophet
2—Recovery of the Heart
3—The First Vision: Jealousy
4—The Second Vision: Gathering
5—The Third Vision: God’s Presence
6—The Fourth Vision: the Priesthood
7—The Fifth Vision: the Kingship