Hebrews 1:1-4. The fact that God has spoken to us through His Son is indeed a miracle. May we never forget the reality that God has given us the hope of eternal life through His Son. And the same God who spoke at Christmas still speaks today to all who would hear Him.
Luke 17:11-19 When Jesus healed the 10 Lepers, He told them to go and show themselves to the priest, who would declare them clean. However, one man turned back to give thanks. His priority was to give thanks, not to get his life back. May our lives always reflect that thanksgiving is a priority for us.
Zechariah 8. God promises to bless the people of Jerusalem once again. He only encourages them to continue on in the work He has called them to do. Let us be encouraged to continue with what God has called us to do, knowing that He will bless us with revival.
Zechariah 6. Zechariah sees the last vision, depicting God judging the nations that came against Israel. He then sees the coronation of Joshua the High Priest, symbolizing the fact that Jesus Christ will one day rule this world as king of Kings and Lord of Lords.
Zechariah 5. In the 6th and 7th visions, Zechariah sees visions of wickedness pervading the land. However, he also sees where God deals with the wickedness once and for all. So we look forward to the day when sin is dealt with finally and we are free from the curse and bondage of sin.
Zechariah 4. Zechariah receives a message for Zerubbabel, governor of Jerusalem, that the Temple will be rebuilt, but not by human might or power. It will be rebuilt by the Spirit of God. May we understand that any work of God will only be accomplished by His Spirit.