1) Zech. 1:1 tells us that Zechariah was the “son of Berechiah, the son of Iddo”. Compare this to what is said in Ezra 5:1. How do we explain this discrepancy?
2) With whom was the Lord angry? (Zech. 1:2)
3) What is Zechariah commanded to say to the people? (Zech. 1:3)
4) Compare Zech. 1:3 with Hag. 2:4-5. Zechariah tells the children of Israel to return to the Lord shortly after Haggai had told them the Lord was with them. How do we explain these seemingly opposing statements?
5) Who is set forth as a negative example in this passage? What did they not do? (Zech. 1:4)
6) What question does the Lord ask concerning His words and His statutes? What do you think this means? (Zech. 1:6)
7) How did the people respond to Zechariah’s call to return to the Lord? (Zech. 1:6)
8) In Zechariah’s first vision, who is standing among the myrtle trees? (Zech. 1:8)
9) What do “those whom the Lord has sent to patrol the earth” have to report? (Zech. 1:11)
10)Who is the “man” of Zech. 1:8 possibly identified as being? (Zech. 1:11)
11)What question does he ask of the Lord? (Zech. 1:12)
12)For what is the Lord jealous? With whom is He angry, and why is He angry with them? (Zech. 1:14-15)
13)With what attitude will the Lord return to Jerusalem? (Zech. 1:16)
14)What will the Lord again do? (Zech. 1:17)
15)What had the four horns of Zechariah’s second vision done? (Zech. 1:19)
16)What were the four craftsmen coming to do? (Zech. 1:21)