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Zechariah 2
Future Prosperity of Jerusalem
1 [a]When I looked again, I saw a man with a measuring line in his hand. 2 “Where are you going?” I asked.

He replied, “I am going to measure Jerusalem, to see how wide and how long it is.”

3 Then the angel who was with me went to meet a second angel who was coming toward him. 4 The other angel said, “Hurry, and say to that young man, ‘Jerusalem will someday be so full of people and livestock that there won’t be room enough for everyone! Many will live outside the city walls. 5 Then I, myself, will be a protective wall of fire around Jerusalem, says the Lord. And I will be the glory inside the city!’”


7 thoughts on “Zechariah 2 Daily Bible Reading with Paul Nison

  1. Shalom, Paul. You know the Shema you sing is a tradition of men and not part of scripture, right? I think it isn’t wrong to do as long as it doesn’t “add to Torah.” PPP, RR&S! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these readings. Be blessed!

  2. Thank you Paul I’ll pray with you and seeing the Shema with you. I am not too far from you so hopefully we will meet one day I think you ought to see a heart towards Abba. Remember I love you brother. Ya’aqov Nichols.🙌😇😀

  3. From Halley’s Bible handbook: Zechariah Chapter. Vision of the Measuring Line:
    A grand chapter. It is a forecast of a Jerusalem so populous and prosperous and secure that it will overflow its walls, GOd himself being its protecction. Work on the Temple, 5 months along, was going nicely, and the people no doubt were making plans to rebuild the Wall of Jerusalem, which, however, was not built till 75 years later. But their plans were the setting for this vision of the day when “many nations out of all the languages of the earth” shall come to the God of the Jews, based on this call for captives still in Babylonian lands to return.

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