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Commentary on Zechariah

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10.1–2 : An admonition to consult the LORD for the weather.

1 :

See 14.17; Job 38.25; Joel 2.23; Am 4.7–8 .

2 :

Teraphim, religious images sometimes used for prediction (Ezek 21.21 and note e there).

10.3–12 : The LORD brings Israel home.

3 :

Shepherds, i.e., rulers. Leaders, lit. he‐goats (textual note a; Isa 14.9 ).

4 :

Cornerstone, the chief (Judg 20.2 ) or king (Ps 118.22; Isa 19.13 ). Tent peg, Isa 22.23–24 .

6 :

Isa 54.8 . The Northern Kingdom of Israel, the house of Joseph, will be saved along with Judah; cf. 9.13; Ezek 37.15–28 .

8–12 :

Isa 43.1–7,14–21; Jer 23.3 .

8 :

As numerous as they were before, see 2.4n.

10–12 :

A new Exodus.

10 :

Deut 30.1–5; Hos 11.11 . Gilead, northern Transjordan.

12 :

Mic 4.5 .

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