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Zechariah 3 The Voice (VOICE)
3 Then the heavenly messenger showed me a fourth vision: Joshua, the high priest, was standing in front of the Eternal's Special Messenger who was presiding over a heavenly council meeting. Standing to Joshua's right was the one called the Accuser.[a] He was ready to argue that Joshua was unworthy to serve as high priest.
In this vision Zechariah sees a heavenly court. Joshua the high priest is on trial, charged with impurity and accused of being unfit to serve as high priest. The Accuser appears in the role of a prosecuting attorney, bringing charges and attempting to undermine the credibility of the one person God wants to lead His people. But the Judge will have none of it.
Eternal One (to the Accuser): 2 I am reprimanding you, Accuser. I, the Eternal One, have chosen Jerusalem as My own, saved her from My fiery wrath as if she were a wooden poker just pulled from destruction in a fire.
3 Joshua stood motionless before the Eternal's messenger, still dressed in filth-covered clothes, as if recently returned from captivity.
Special Messenger of the Eternal (to the other heavenly council members): 4 Remove the filth-covered clothes from this man.
(to Joshua) Just as I have taken away your dirty clothes, I have taken away your guilt from you. In place of those clothes, I will dress you in pure, expensive garments. Then you will be ready to serve God and lead the festival.
Zechariah (to the Eternal's Special Messenger): 5 Your fellow council members should put a pure turban befitting of the high priest on his head. It will indicate his dignity.
So they placed a pure turban on his head and finished dressing him in his new clothes while the Eternal's Special Messenger stood by, supervising the cleansing. Joshua could now safely approach God.
6 The Eternal's Special Messenger then stood before Joshua and cautioned him.
Special Messenger of the Eternal: 7 Listen to what the Eternal, Commander of heavenly armies, has to say: "If you bind yourself to Me, walk according to My teachings, and perform your priestly duties without fail; then you will be in charge of My house in Jerusalem, you will organize the activities in the courtyards surrounding the most holy place, and I will give you a place among all My heavenly council members gathered here. 8 Listen to Me, Joshua the high priest – you and your colleagues who maintain the temple alongside you. These men are a sign of wonders to come. Watch, because I am going to bring My servant, who is the Branch of David, to lead you." 9The Eternal, Commander of heavenly armies, has this to say: "You will see the stone I set before Joshua: on it are seven eyes, on it I will engrave a special word, and in a single day I will purge guilt from the land. 10 And on that day I, the Eternal, Commander of heavenly armies, promise everyone will invite one another to sit under the shade of his own vine and fig tree and be at peace."
a. 3:1 Literally, the satan
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Bible flashcard# 1014
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Zechariah 9:16 The Voice (VOICE)
16 On that glorious day, the Eternal their God will save His people, for they are His flock; they will sparkle over His lands like jewels in a crown,
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Bible flashcard# 1015
Zechariah 4:6-7 The Voice (VOICE)
Heavenly Messenger (changing the subject): 6 The Eternal, Commander of heavenly armies, has said this to Zerubbabel: "Your strength and prowess will not be enough to finish My temple, but My Spirit will be." And He says this to those thwarting Zerubbabel's efforts: 7 "Who are you, O mighty mountain of opposition? Before Zerubbabel, you will become nothing more than a smooth plain, and he will quarry the capstone and bring it out to the sound of people shouting, 'God, grant it Your grace! God bless it!'"
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Bible flashcard# 1101
Jude 8-10 The Voice (VOICE)
8 These stories are examples to help you understand the fate of those dreamers who have slipped in and defiled your community, rejected those in charge, and insulted the glorious majesty of the heavenly messengers. 9 Even their chief, Michael, when disputing with the devil over Moses' body, did not offer his own taunting judgment against him. Michael simply said, "May the Lord's rebuke fall on you."[a]
10 The deceivers among you despise what they do not understand; they live without reason like animals, reacting only with primal instincts; and their ways are corrupting them.
[a] Verse 9 Zechariah 3:2
Bible flashcard# 1103
sparkle like a star pictures
Zechariah 9:16-17 The Voice (VOICE)
16 On that glorious day, the Eternal their God will save His people, for they are His flock;
they will sparkle over His lands like jewels in a crown,
17 For goodness and beauty will abound!
Grain will grow and nourish the young men;
Wine will flow and flourish the young women.
Bible flashcard# 1132
Bible Verses About Government
Isaiah 9:6 English Revised Version
For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
1 Kings 8:1 To transport the Eternal's covenant chest out of Zion, the city of David, Solomon assembled all the most important people of Israel before him in Jerusalem: the elders and all the heads of the Israelite tribes – the chiefs of the patriarchs' families.
1 Chronicles 19:3 But the Ammonite chiefs doubted David's sincerity. Ammonite Chiefs (to Hanun): Is David really honoring your father by sending you his sympathies? Surely these messengers are here to spy on your affairs and overthrow your government!
1 Chronicles 27:1 These are the Israelites (the families' leaders, the commanders of hundreds and thousands) and their officers who performed their duties for the king on a monthly rotation (one division for each month of the year). Each division had 24,000 men:
1 Chronicles 27:25 These are other officials in David's government: Azmaveth (son of Adiel) managed the king's own storehouses. Jonathan (son of Uzziah) managed the storehouses that did not belong directly to the king in the country, cities, villages, and towers.
2 Chronicles 21:7 now despite this the Eternal upheld His promise to David. In His covenant with David, He promised David's family would guide Israel forever, so He would not destroy Jehoram or his government. But God punished him with revolts by Edom and Libnah.
2 Chronicles 23:1 During the seventh year of Athaliah's reign, Jehoiada the priest prepared to revolt and conferred with the commanders over divisions of warriors: Azariah (son of Jeroham), Ishmael (son of Johanan), Azariah (son of Obed), Maaseiah (son of Adaiah), and Elishaphat (son of Zichri). These men made an agreement with Jehoiada, promising to fight against Athaliah's illegitimate government.
Ezra 2:1-2 These leaders of Israel followed Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum, and Baanah back to the province of Judah, to their ancestral cities or the city of Jerusalem, from their Babylonian exile at the hand of Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon:
Ezra 4:14 Since we are your servants and the government's representatives to these foreigners, we are offended by any actions taken against you and are informing you of these actions.
Ezra 5:1-2 The prophets Haggai and Zechariah (descendant of Iddo) spoke to the Jews in Judah and Jerusalem with the words of the True God of Israel encouraging Zerubbabel (son of Shealtiel) and Jeshua (son of Jozadak) to resume the reconstruction of the True God's temple in Jerusalem, and the prophets of God gave them assistance.
Isaiah 60:17 I will bring you gold instead of bronze, silver instead of iron, bronze instead of wood, iron instead of stone. Your government will be founded and grounded; I will make peace your governor, and righteousness your ruler.
Ezekiel 47:15-16 Here are the boundaries of the land: The northern boundary will run east from the Mediterranean Sea through Hethlon and along to Lebo-hamath and then Zedad. From there it will go through Berothah and Sibraim (which lie on the border between Damascus and Hamath), all the way to Hazer-hatticon (near the border of Hauran).
Daniel 1:8 Although the king ate only the finest Babylonian fare, Daniel was determined not to violate God's law and defile himself by eating the food and drinking the wine that came from the king's table; so he asked the chief of the royal eunuchs for permission not to eat the food.
Daniel 3:4 Herald (shouting): People of all nations and languages: by order of the king, you are commanded
Malachi 2:2 Eternal One: If you will not listen and if you will not devote yourselves to giving glory to My name, then I, the Eternal, Commander of heavenly armies, will send the curse on you and will curse those blessings you give to Me on behalf of yourselves and your laypeople. In fact, I have cursed those blessings since you are refusing to dedicate yourselves to Me.
Luke 21:12 But before any of this happens, they will capture you and persecute you. They'll send you to synagogues for trial and to prisons for punishment; you'll stand before kings and government officials for the sake of My name.
John 4:46-47 As Jesus traveled to Cana (the village in Galilee where He transformed the water into fine wine), He was met by a government official. This man had heard a rumor that Jesus had left Judea and was heading to Galilee, and he came in desperation begging for Jesus' help because his young son was near death. He was fearful that unless Jesus would go with him to Capernaum, his son would have no hope.
John 6:16 Later that evening the disciples walked down to the sea,
John 16:29 Disciples: We hear You speaking clearly and not in metaphors. How could we misunderstand?
Acts 18:12 During this time, some Jews organized an attack on Paul and made formal charges against him to Gallio, the proconsul of Achaia.
Acts 25:1 Three days after arriving in the province, Festus traveled south from Caesarea to Jerusalem.
Acts 27:1 The date was set for us to depart for Rome, and Paul and some other prisoners were transferred to the custody of a Roman officer named Julius, a member of the Augustan Division.
Romans 13:5 So submission is not optional; it's required. But don't just submit for the sake of avoiding punishment; submit and abide by the laws because your conscience leads you to do the right thing.
The Voice (VOICE)
Bible flashcard# 1196
Zec 10:2 People consult idols and fortunetellers, but the answers they get are lies and nonsense. Some interpret dreams, but only mislead you; the comfort they give is useless. So the people wander about like lost sheep. They are in trouble because they have no leader.
Zec 10:3 The LORD says, "I am angry with those foreigners who rule my people, and I am going to punish them. The people of Judah are mine, and I, the LORD Almighty, will take care of them. They will be my powerful war-horses.
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Bible flashcard# 1259
Zechariah 4:1-10 New American Standard Bible (NASB)
The Golden Lampstand and Olive Trees
4 Then the angel who was speaking with me returned and roused me, as a man who is awakened from his sleep. 2 He said to me, “What do you see?” And I said, “I see, and behold, a lampstand all of gold with its bowl on the top of it, and its seven lamps on it with seven spouts belonging to each of the lamps which are on the top of it; 3 also two olive trees by it, one on the right side of the bowl and the other on its left side.” 4 Then I said to the angel who was speaking with me saying, “What are these, my lord?” 5 So the angel who was speaking with me answered and said to me, “Do you not know what these are?” And I said, “No, my lord.” 6 Then he [a]said to me, “This is the word of the Lord to Zerubbabel saying, ‘Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,’ says the Lord of hosts. 7 ‘What are you, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel you will become a plain; and he will bring forth the top stone with shouts of “Grace, grace to it!”’”
8 Also the word of the Lord came to me, saying, 9 “The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this house, and his hands will finish it. Then you will know that the Lord of hosts has sent me to [b]you. 10 For who has despised the day of small things? [c]But these seven will be glad when they see the [d]plumb line in the hand of Zerubbabel—these are the eyes of the Lord which range to and fro throughout the earth.”
- Zechariah 4:6 Lit said to me, saying
- Zechariah 4:9 Lit you (plural)
- Zechariah 4:10 Or But they will rejoice when they see…Zerubbabel. These seven are the eyes of the Lord
- Zechariah 4:10 Lit plummet stone
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