SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON ZECHARIAH

Our sermon ideas on the book of Zechariah will help you preach a powerful message on perseverance despite the difficulties of oppression. Zechariah leads the reader from prose of prophecy to poetic vision of future events. Use Zechariah to teach on the faithfulness of God despite what may come in the future. Prepare your message on God’s Word in Zechariah with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


ZECHARIAH SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

JERUSALEM: JESUS AND THE MIDDLE EAST AUTHORSHIP: The name Zechariah, a very prevalent one in the Old Testament means ''the Lord remembers''. Zechariah's prophetic ministry began some two months after that of his older contemporary Haggai. (Chapter 1:1) Zechariah was one of the leading...

by Jerry Vines

Zechariah: The Visionary Prophet by Jerry Vines Zechariah was a prophet and he was also a priest. We are told in the first verse of the first chapter that he was the son of Iddo the prophet. Actually he was the grandson of Iddo the prophet who came back to Jerusalem with Zerubbabel in one of the first return of the people to the Lord. Now Haggai delivered a series of sermons to encourage the people...

by Adrian Rogers

Take your bible's and turn with me to the next to the last book in the old testament. The book of Zechariah. If you come to Malachi, just turn left a few verses, a few chapters and find chapter 13. Zechariah chapter 13 and in a moment, we're going to share one of the most interesting verses I in all of the bible; that's Zechariah chapter 13, and verse Zechariah chapter 13 and verse 6, ''and one shall say...

by Rex Yancey

Zechariah received some visions from God about Jerusalem. These visions occurred after the 70 years of Babylonian captivity. A man with a measuring line was about to measure Jerusalem to see what she was made of. God promised the inhabitants that he would enlarge their city to the extent it would be without walls. He also promised to be a wall of protection...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Zechariah, our next last to last stop in our journey through the books of the Old Testament, is perhaps one of the least read, least appreciated, and least understood books of the Bible. But Jesus and his apostles knew it, even if we don't. The New Testament quotes or refers to it forty-one times. Some call it the most Messianic book of the entire...

by Chris Brown

Two prophets, one audience: Zechariah 1, Ezra 5:1-2, 6:14, James 4:7-10, Romans 10:16-21 Haggai: God's concern for his house. Zechariah: God's concern for our hearts. - We can't know the will of God, without knowing the Word of God. - We can't be in the will of God, without obeying the Word of God...

by James Merritt

1. Hebrews 9:27 states, ''And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment.'' Every person who walks the face of the earth has two dates with destiny. First, you have a DATE WITH DEATH, ''And as it is appointed for men to die once,'' (v.27) You are going to keep this date with your body. 2. But you...

by Clarence E. Macartney

The golden candlestick with its seven lamps was a part of the furniture of the tabernacle and the temple of Solomon. It appears here in this vision of the prophet Zechariah, and again in the vision of St. John in the isle ''which is called Patmos,'' where the seven golden candlesticks are the seven churches. It must have been regarded with peculiar reverence by the...

by George H. Morrison

The first thing to arrest us in this text is how a second vision followed on the first. Then-when he had had one glorious vision-the prophet lifted up his eyes again. Zechariah, despondent, sick at heart, had gone out one evening from the ruined city. He had gone out to pray in some secluded glen where in the hollows the myrtle bushes grew. And there, as he...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

You know, dear friends, that this text primarily refers to the Jewish nation. They will not always be blinded, as they are at present. The veil will ultimately be taken away from their eyes and their heart; and when it is taken away, it will not be by the enlightenment of mere reason, or through the cogency of argument by itself, but it will be through the outpouring of the Spirit of our God. The verse from which...