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    ZECHARIAH 5

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      1  By the flying roll is shewn the curse of thieves and
        swearers;
     5  and by a woman pressed in an ephah the final judgment of
        wickedness.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - roll.
       * :2 Isa 8:1 Jer 36:1-6,20-24,27-32 Eze 2:9,10 Re 5:1-14
       * Re 10:2,8-11
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - What.
       * Zec 4:2 Jer 1:11-14 Am 7:8
    - flying.
       * Zep 1:14 2Pe 2:3
    - the length.
       * Ge 6:11-13 Re 18:5
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - the curse.
       * De 11:28,29; 27:15-26; 28:15-68; 29:19-28 Ps 109:17-20 Pr 3:33
       * Isa 24:6; 43:28 Jer 26:6 Da 9:11 Mal 3:9; 4:6 Mt 25:41
       * Ga 3:10-13 Heb 6:6-8 Re 21:8; 22:15
    - the face.
       * Lu 21:35
    - every one, etc.  or, every one of this people that stealeth,
      holdeth himself guiltless, as it doth.  stealeth.
       * Ex 20:15 Pr 29:24; 30:9 Jer 7:9 Ho 4:2 Mal 3:8-10 1Co 6:7-9
       * Eph 4:28 Jas 4 5:4
    - sweareth.
       * :4; 8:17 Le 19:12 Isa 48:1 Jer 5:2; 23:10 Eze 17:13-16 Mal 3:5
       * Mt 5:33-37; 23:16-22 1Ti 1:9 Jas 12 5:12
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - and it shall remain.
       * Le 14:34-45 De 7:26 Job 18:15; 20:26 Pr 3:33 Hab 2:9-11
       * Jas 5:2,3
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - the angel.
       * Zec 1:9,14,19; 2:3; 4:5
    - Lift.
       * :1
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - This is an ephah.
      "The meaning of this vision," says Archbishop Newcome, "seems
      to be, that the Babylonish captivity had happened on account
      of the wickedness of the Jews, and that a like dispersion
      would befall them if they relapsed into like crimes."  The
      woman who sat in the {ephah} was an emblem of the Jewish
      nation; the casting the weight of lead on the mouth of the
      {ephah} seems to mean the condemnation of the Jews, after they
      had filled up the measure of their iniquities by crucifying
      the Messiah; the "two women, with wings like a stork, and the
      wind in their wings," seem emblematical of the Roman armies
      and the rapidity of their conquests; and their lifting up the
      {ephah} and carrying it through the air, to build it a house
      in Shinar or Babylon, where it was fixed on its own basis,
      represents the taking of Jerusalem, the dispersion of the
      Jews, and the long continuance of that calamity, as a just
      punishment of their unbelief.
    
       * Eze 44:10,11 Am 8:5
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - talent.  or, weighty piece.
       * Isa 13:1; 15:1; 22:11
    - is.
       * Jer 3:1,2 Eze 16:1-63; 23:1-49 Ho 1:1-3:5 Re 17:1-18
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - This.
       * Ge 15:16 Mt 23:32 1Th 2:16
    - the weight.
       * :7 Ps 38:4 Pr 5:22 La 1:14 Am 9:1-4
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - for.
       * De 28:49 Da 9:26,27 Ho 8:1 Mt 24:28
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - Whither.
      Perhaps the departure of the woman in the {ephah} represents
      an aspect of the cleansing of the land (Jer 7:11; Eze 39:12;
      Joh 2:16) of the union of evil commercialism and apostate
      religion.
    
       * :10
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - To.
       * De 28:59 Jer 29:28 Ho 3:4 Lu 21:24
    - the land.
       * Ge 10:10; 11:2; 14:1 Isa 11:11 Da 1:2
    
    
    
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