|Zechariah chapter 1|
||Zechariah exhorts to repentance.
||The vision of the horses.
||At the prayer of the angel comfortable promises are made to Jerusalem.
||The vision of the four horns and the four carpenters.
|Zechariah chapter 2|
||God, in the care of Jerusalem, sends to measure it.
||The redemption of Zion.
||The promise of God's presence.
|Zechariah chapter 3|
||Under the type of Joshua, the high priest, receiving clean garments,
||and a covenant of promise,
||Christ the Branch and Corner Stone is promised.
|Zechariah chapter 4|
||By the golden candlestick is foreshewn the good success of Zerubbabel's foundation;
||by the two olive trees the two anointed ones.
|Zechariah chapter 5|
||By the flying roll is shewn the curse of thieves and swearers;
||and by a woman pressed in an ephah the final judgment of wickedness.
|Zechariah chapter 6|
||The vision of the four chariots.
||By the crowns of Joshua are shewn the temple and kingdom of Christ the Branch.
|Zechariah chapter 7|
||The captives inquire concerning the set fasts.
||Zechariah reproves the hypocrisy of their fasting.
||Sin the cause of their captivity.
|Zechariah chapter 8|
||The restoration of Jerusalem.
||They are encouraged to build the temple by God's favour to them.
||Good works are required of them.
||Joy and enlargement are promised.
|Zechariah chapter 9|
||God defends his church.
||Zion is exhorted to rejoice for the coming of Christ, and his peaceable kingdom.
||God's promises of victory and defence.
|Zechariah chapter 10|
||God is to be sought unto, and not idols.
||As he visited his flock for sin, so he will save and restore them.
|Zechariah chapter 11|
||The destruction of Jerusalem.
||The elect being cared for, the rest are rejected.
||The staves of Beauty and Bands broken by the rejection of Christ.
||The type and curse of a foolish shepherd.
|Zechariah chapter 12|
||Jerusalem a cup of trembling to herself,
||and a burdensome stone to her adversaries.
||The victorious restoring of Judah.
||The repentance of Jerusalem.
|Zechariah chapter 13|
||The fountain of purgation for Jerusalem,
||from idolatry, and false prophecy.
||The death of Christ, and the trial of a third part.
|Zechariah chapter 14|
||The destroyers of Jerusalem destroyed.
||The coming of Christ, and the graces of his kingdom.
||The plague of Jerusalem's enemies.
||The remnant shall turn to the Lord;
||and their spoils shall be holy.