- God is faithful to both redeem and purify his people and offer us a new beginning. No matter how far we have ‘strayed’ from God, he offers us a chance to begin again. As we look through the book of Zechariah, we will be encouraged as we recognize the importance of repentance and faithfulness in our lives. We serve a God who makes all things new, and that includes YOU!
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We encourage you to spend some time with God this week and go a bit deeper on this topic. Please consider these study questions for further reflection:
1. God told Zechariah to fashion a crown of gold and silver and to anoint Joshua (Jeshua) as both High Priest and ruler on the throne, restoring both positions to the Hebrew nation. This was also a prophecy concerning the coming Messiah, Jesus (Jeshua). How is Jesus both High Priest and King? (see Hebrews 2:17, 6:20, Revelation 1:5-6, Revelation 19:16, John 18:36)
2. God is in the restoration business! Restoration is taking that which is old and broken and making it new. Jesus came to restore our relationship with the Father – that which was broken by sin. How has God done this in your life?
3. Although God can and does restore relationships, health, and finances in this life, we must realize that this is not the ultimate restoration. Read Revelation 21:3-5 and talk about the ultimate restoration.
Additional Scriptures to study: Psalm 23:1-3, Luke 15:11-32