Zechariah Exposition: Index | Introduction to the book of Zechariah | Zechariah 1 | Zechariah 2 | Zechariah 3 | Zechariah 4 | Zechariah 5 | Zechariah 6 | Zechariah 7 | Zechariah 8 | Zechariah 9 | Zechariah 10 | Zechariah 11 | Zechariah 12 | Zechariah 13 | Zechariah 14
Zechariah full text: Zechariah 1 | Zechariah 2 | Zechariah 3 | Zechariah 4 | Zechariah 5 | Zechariah 6 | Zechariah 7 | Zechariah 8 | Zechariah 9 | Zechariah 10 | Zechariah 11 | Zechariah 12 | Zechariah 13 | Zechariah 14
At this chapter begins another sermon, which is continued to the end of ch. xi. It is called, "The burden of the word of the Lord," for every word of God has weight in it to those who regard it, and will be a heavy weight upon those who do not, a dead weight. Here is, I. A prophecy against the Jews' unrighteous neighbours—the Syrians, Tyrians, Philistines, and others (ver. 1-6), with an intimation of mercy to some of them, in their conversion (ver. 7), and a promise of mercy to God's people, in their protection, ver. 8. II. A prophecy of their righteous King, the Messiah, and his coming, with a description of him (ver. 9) and of his kingdom, the nature and extent of it, ver. 10. III. An account of the obligation the Jews lay under to Christ for their deliverance out of their captivity in Babylon, ver. 11, 12. IV. A prophecy of the victories and successes God would grant to the Jews over their enemies, as typical of our great deliverance by Christ, ver. 13-15. V. A promise of great plenty, and joy, and honour, which God had in reserve for his people (ver. 16, 17), which was written for their encouragement.
Other commentaries and interpretations on the Book of Zechariah:
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