The Visions and Prophecies of Zechariah

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The Visions & Prophecies of Zechariah:
"The Prophet of Hope and Glory"
AN EXPOSITION
 (1918)  by David Baron
TABLE OF CONTENTS


CONTENTS

Foreword
Preface

PART I. THE VISIONS AND THE ANSWER TO THE DEPUTATION FROM BETHEL IN REFERENCE TO THE CONTINUED OBSERVANCE OF THE FACTS

I. Introduction and the Prophet's Introductory Address: A Call to Repentance (Chap. i. 1-6)
II. The First Vision: The Angel of Jehovah among the Myrtle Trees (Chap. i. 7-17)
III. The Second Vision: The Horns and the "Carpenters" (Chap. i. 18-21).
IV. The Thrid Vision: The Man with the Measuring Line (Chap. ii. 1-13)
V. The Forth Vision: Joshua before the Angel of Jehovah (Chap. iii); "The Body of Moses" (Note to Chap. iii.)
VI. The Fifth Vision: The Candlestick (Chap. iv.)
VII. The Sixth Vision: The Flying Roll (Chap. v. 1-4)
VIII. The Seventh Vision: The Ephah (Chap. v. 5-11)
IX. The Eighth Vision: The Four Chariots (Chap. vi. 1-8)
X. The Climax of the Visions: The Crowning of Joshua (Chap. vi. 9-15)
XI. Address to the Deputation from Bethel: (a) The Negative Answer (Chap. vii.)
XII. Address to the Deputation from Bethel (b) The Positive Answer (Chap. viii.)

PART II. THE PROPHECIES

XIII. Introduction to the Second Part of Zechariah: An Examination of the Modern Critical View
XIV. The Gentile World-Conqueror and Israel's Prince of Peace (Chap. ix.)
XV. What Israel's Shepherd-King will be and do for His People. (Chap. x.)
XVI. A Dark Episode: The Rejection of the True Shepherd and the Rule of the False (Chap. xi.)
XVII. Israel's Final Conflict and Great Deliverance
XVIII. Israel's Cleansing of the People from Sin and the Land from Idolatry (Chap. xiii. 1-6)
XIX. The Smiting of the Shepherd and the Scattering of the Flock. (Chap. xiii. 7-9)
XX. The Glorious Consummation: Messiah's Visible Appearing and the Establishment of God's Kingdom on Earth (Chap. xiv.)
General Index
Index to Scripture References
Works by David Baron


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