GOD PROMISED that the tears and fasting of the Jews who’d returned to Jerusalem would be turned to joyous feasting. Then we turn to prophecies of God’s judgment against the unrepentant nations on the Day of Yahweh.Continue reading
A FLYING SCROLL, a woman named Wickedness, other women with wings like storks, and four chariots pulled by red, black white, and dappled horses continue the fascinating vision of the prophet Zechariah.
Picking up from his vision of the “two anointed ones” last week, we discuss the link between the flying scroll and the one unsealed by the Lamb in Revelation 6. We speculate on the significance of the directions in which the chariots were sent (two to the north, one to the south, and another to patrol the whole earth), and the symbolic and spiritual connections between Zechariah’s vision and the land of Shinar (Sumer).Continue reading