Zechariah 9
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The Burden against Israel’s Enemies

1The burden of the word of the Lord, in the land of Sedrach, and his sacrifice shall be in Damascus; for the Lord looks upon men, and upon all the tribes of Israel.

2And in Emath, even in her coasts, are Tyre and Sidon, because they were very wise.

3And Tyrus built strong-holds for herself, and heaped up silver as dust, and gathered gold as the mire of the ways.

4And therefore the Lord will take them for a possession, and will smite her power in the sea; and she shall be consumed with fire.

5Ascalon shall see, and fear; Gaza also, and shall be greatly pained, and Accaron; for she is ashamed at her trespass; and the king shall perish from Gaza, and Ascalon shall not be inhabited.

6And aliens shall dwell in Azotus, and I will bring down the pride of the Philistines.

7And I will take their blood out of their mouth, and their abominations from between their teeth; and these also shall be left to our God, and they shall be as a captain of a thousand in Juda, and Accaron as a Jebusite.

8And I will set up a defence for my house, that they may not pass through, nor turn back, neither shall there any more come upon them one to drive them away: for now have I seen with mine eyes.

Zion’s Coming King

9Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Sion; proclaim it aloud, O daughter of Jerusalem; behold, the King is coming to thee, just, and a Saviour; he is meek and riding on an ass, and a young foal.

10And he shall destroy the chariots out of Ephraim, and the horse out of Jerusalem, and the bow of war shall be utterly destroyed; and there shall be abundance and peace out of the nations; and he shall rule over the waters as far as the sea, and the rivers to the ends of the earth.

11And thou by the blood of thy covenant has sent forth thy prisoners out of the pit that has no water.

12Ye shall dwell in strongholds, ye prisoners of the congregation: and for one day of thy captivity I will recompense thee double.

13For I have bent thee, O Juda, for myself as a bow, I have filled Ephraim; and I will raise up thy children, O Sion, against the children of the Greeks, and I will handle thee as the sword of a warrior.

The LORD Will Save His People

14And the Lord shall be over them, and his arrow shall go forth as lightning: and the Lord Almighty shall blow with the trumpet; and shall proceed with the tumult of his threatening.

15The Lord Almighty shall protect them, and they shall destroy them, and overwhelm them with sling-stones; and they shall swallow them down as wine, and fill the bowls as the altar.

16And the Lord their God shall save them in that day, even his people as a flock; for holy stones are rolled upon his land.

17For if he has anything good, and if he has anything fair, the young men shall have corn, and there shall be fragrant wine to the virgins.

The English translation of The Septuagint by Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton (1851)

Section Headings Courtesy Berean Bible

Zechariah 8
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