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Zechariah 5 - 6

Zechariah
ZechariahSteve Gregg

Zechariah 5-6 features five visions that communicate God's involvement in the affairs of Israel and the nations. In this message, Steve Gregg explains that these visions include rebuking Satan, announcing the removal of iniquity from the high priest, and warning against sin and covenant violation. Gregg also discusses the merging of the offices of king and priest and how this points to Christ as the perpetual king and priest. Finally, he notes that the physical temple serves as a shadow of something greater, and that Christians are now the living temple of the Lord.

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