This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions to guide your reading.
Who did the people really fast, eat, and drink for during their 70 year captivity? What did God require more than fasting?
Who did God say will come to Jerusalem to pray before Him? How many people from other nations will serve the Lord?
What will destroy the power of Tyre among the people? How will Israel’s king come into the city of Jerusalem? Who is this king? How will God defend us with sling stones?
Who were the shepherds who were not leading the sheep? Who is the cornerstone that will come from Judah? What are the waves of the sea?
What is the fire that will devour the cedars? What did the two staffs represent? What prophesy is foretold concerning the 30 pieces of silver?
How is Jerusalem a heavy stone for the nations? Who do the governors of Judah represent? Who does Judah represent whom God will save first? Why will Jerusalem’s glory not be more than Judah’s? How is the Spirit of grace and supplication poured out on the house of David? How is God pierced? For whom will the people mourn?
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