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Zechariah 14:1 - 14:5

Zechariah
ZechariahSteve Gregg

Zechariah 14:1-5 is a cryptic chapter that speaks of the end times and the second coming of Christ. The prophecy describes the pouring of the Holy Spirit onto Jerusalem's inhabitants and the remnant that remains after the physical city's destruction. Steve Gregg advises against taking everything in the book of Zechariah literally and explains the use of metaphor and imagery throughout the passage.

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