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The Visions and Prophecies of Zechariah  (1918) 
by David Baron


THE VISIONS AND PROPHECIES
OF ZECHARIAH

THE
VISIONS & PROPHECIES
OF ZECHARIAH:

"THE PROPHET OF HOPE
AND OF GLORY"

AN EXPOSITION


BY
DAVID BARON

AUTHOR OF
"THE ANCIENT SCRIPTURES AND THE MODERN JEW"
"TYPES, PSALMS, AND PROPHECIES" ETC. ETC.


MORGAN & SCOTT Ltd.
12, PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS
LONDON, E.C. MCMXVIII

CONTENTS

Chapters (not listed in original)
FOREWORD
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
v
PREFACE
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
vii

PART I

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

CHAP.

PAGE

I.
Introduction and the Prophet's Introductory Address: A Call to Repentance (Chap. i. 1-6)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
3
II.
The First Vision: The Angel of Jehovah among the Myrtle Trees (Chap. i. 7-17)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
19
III.
The Second Vision: The Horns and the "Carpenters" (Chap. i. 18-21).
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
43
IV.
The Thrid Vision: The Man with the Measuring Line (Chap. ii. 1-13)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
55
V.
The Forth Vision: Joshua before the Angel of Jehovah (Chap. iii); "The Body of Moses" (Note to Chap. iii.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
83
VI.
The Fifth Vision: The Candlestick (Chap. iv.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
125
VII.
The Sixth Vision: The Flying Roll (Chap. v. 1-4)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
141
VIII.
The Seventh Vision: The Ephah (Chap. v. 5-11)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
153
IX.
The Eighth Vision: The Four Chariots (Chap. vi. 1-8)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
171
X.
The Climax of the Visions: The Crowning of Joshua (Chap. vi. 9-15)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
185
XI.
Address to the Deputation from Bethel: (a) The Negative Answer (Chap. vii.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
207
XII.
Address to the Deputation from Bethel (b) The Positive Answer (Chap. viii.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
227

PART II

THE PROPHECIES

CHAP.

PAGE

XIII.
Introduction to the Second Part of Zechariah: An Examination of the Modern Critical View
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
259
XIV.
The Gentile World-Conqueror and Israel's Prince of Peace (Chap. ix.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
283
XV.
What Israel's Shepherd-King will be and do for His People. (Chap. x.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
335
XVI.
A Dark Episode: The Rejection of the True Shepherd and the Rule of the False (Chap. xi.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
373
XVII.
Israel's Final Conflict and Great Deliverance
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
419
XVIII.
Israel's Cleansing of the People from Sin and the Land from Idolatry (Chap. xiii. 1-6)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
457
XIX.
The Smiting of the Shepherd and the Scattering of the Flock. (Chap. xiii. 7-9)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
471
XX.
The Glorious Consummation: Messiah's Visible Appearing and the Establishment of God's Kingdom on Earth (Chap. xiv.)
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
487
 
GENERAL INDEX
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
533
 
INDEX TO SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
546


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