Daily Scripture & Questions

Zechariah 1-4  Zechariah is a contemporary of Haggai. The people acknowledge their sin in God’s righteous discipline (1:6), and then we find a series of visions. What is the core meaning of the first three (the horseman, the horns and craftsmen, and the man with a measuring line)? Who cleans up the high priest, Joshua, in chapter three? Note how the vision goes beyond Joshua to “the Branch” and the hope of the iniquity being removed in a single day (which we know happened on Good Friday) in chapter three, verses eight and nine. God is going to use the governor, Zerubbabel, for His glory. What is the key word to him in chapter four, verse six? Are you being called by God to do things that are beyond your might and power?

Family Devotions-Scripture & Questions

Read Zechariah 3:1-10. Who accuses Joshua the High Priest? Who cleans him up? As followers of Jesus, we are cleansed as well and clothed in His righteousness. Rejoice that God has saved us through Jesus who removed the sin (iniquity) in a single day when He died on the cross for us on Good Friday.

Biblical Prayer Focus

Romans 15:5-6 May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus, that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Seek the Lord for His provision of endurance and encouragement, especially providing what is needed to experience harmony with other believers to His glory.

 

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