Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his exposition on the Prophecy of Zechariah. In addition to the book's historical setting, Dr. Johnson provides an overview of the Messianic references concentrated in it.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the first of eight visions found in Zechariah's prophecy concerning the future diaspora of the Jewish people.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Zechariah's vision which symbolizes the Nation Israel's ethnic survival over time.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his commentary on Zechariah's visions of Israel's future among the Gentile nations. In this vision, God conveys words of comfort to Zechariah concerning the abuse of Israel by their Gentile "captors."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the fourth vision contained in the Prophecy of Zechariah which makes reference to the restoration of Israel provided by the Messiah.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Zechariah's vision of the lampstands and it's symbolism of the blessing conveyed to the nations through Israel's acceptance of the Messiah.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the vision of the flying scroll and the apostasy it condemns.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the prophet's vision of the woman in the ephah transported into ancient Babylon. Dr. Johnson explains how this section of Zechariah's prophecy reinforces other biblical references to the reestablishment of Babylonianism in the future.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Zechariah's vision which parallels other biblical prophecies that detail God's plan for the Gentile nations at the end of history.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition of the next stage of God's revelation to Zechariah the Prophet. Dr. Johnson explains how the prophet is now commanded to undertake an action which illustrates God's plan.