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        StatementCambridge University Press
        PublishersCambridge University Press
        LC ClassificationsMarch 1, 2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 65 p. :
        Number of Pages68
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        ISBN 100521042429

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It is made a signal epocha in our Saviour's genealogy. But the last three in whom the Spirit of prophecy took its period, until it revived in Christ's forerunner lived and preached after the return out of captivity, not immediately upon it, but some time after.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible [Zechariah, Introduction].

The Jews ascribe to these two prophets the honour of being members of the great synagogue as they call itwhich was formed after the return out of captivity; we think it more certain, and it was their honour, and a much greater honour, that they prophesied of Christ. This electronic Haggai and Zechariah (R.V.) was downloaded from the. Nine of the twelve minor prophets, whose oracles we have been hitherto consulting, lived and preached before that captivity, and most of them had an eye to it in their prophecies, foretelling it as the just punishment of Jerusalem's wickedness.

He begins with a plain practical sermon, expressive of that which was the scope of his prophesying, in the ; but afterwards, to the end ofhe relates the visions he saw, and the instructions he received immediately from heaven by them. This electronic edition was downloaded from the.

makes Haggai and Zechariah to be the penmen of and of Chapter 1 [] [] [] Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible 1712 Back to. [] [] [] Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible 1712 Back to. These files are public domain.

T HE captivity in Babylon gave a very remarkable turn to the affairs of the Jewish church both in history and prophecy. But we have Zechariah's prophecies dated above two years after. Then the prophets, Haggai the prophet and Zechariah the son of Iddo, prophesied unto the Jews that were in Jerusalem, in the name of the God of Israel, even unto them so we readto reprove them for their remissness, and to encourage them to revive that good work when it had stood still for some time, and to go on with it vigorously, notwithstanding the opposition they met with in it.

Some have the honour to lead, others to last, in the work of God. Haggai spoke of him as the glory of the latter house, and Zechariah as the man, the branch. In them the light of that morning star shone more brightly than in the foregoing prophecies, as they lived nearer the time of the rising of the Sun of righteousness, and now began to see his day approaching.

These files are public domain. Atfrom an enquiry made by the Jews concerning Haggai and Zechariah (R.V.), he takes occasion to show them the duty of their present day, and to encourage them to hope for God's favour, to the end ofafter which there are two sermons, which are both called burdens of the word of the Lord one begins withthe other withwhich probably were preached some time after; the scope of them is to reprove for sin, and threaten God's judgments against the impenitent, and to encourage those that feared God with assurances of the mercy God had in store for his church, and especially of the coming of the Messiah and Haggai and Zechariah (R.V.) setting up of his kingdom in the world.

[] [] [] Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible 1712 Haggai• Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible [Zechariah, Introduction]. Haggai began two months before Zechariah, who was raised up to second him, that out of the mouth of two witnesses the word might be established.

Christ sent forth his disciples two and two. AN EXPOSITION, W I T H P R A C T I C A L O B S E R V A T I O N S, OF THE BOOK OF THE PROPHET Z E C H A R I A H.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible [Haggai, Introduction]. [] [] [] Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible 1712 Zechariah•