King James Bible
with Catholic Commentary by George Leo Haydock

Zechariah 1

An exhortation to repentance. (1-6) A vision of the ministry of angels. (7-17) The security of the Jews and the destruction of their enemies. (18-21)

Zechariah 2

The prosperity of Jerusalem. (1-5) The Jews called to return to their own land. (6-9) A promise of God’s presence. (10-13)

Zechariah 3

The restoration of the church. (1-5) A promise concerning the Messiah. (6-10)

Zechariah 4

A vision of a candlestick, with two olive trees. (1-7) Further encouragement. (8-10) An explanation respecting the olive trees. (11-14)

Zechariah 5

The vision of a flying roll. (1-4) The vision of a woman and an ephah. (5-11)

Zechariah 6

The vision of the chariots. (1-8) Joshua, the high priest, crowned as a type of Christ. (9-15)

Zechariah 7

The captives’ inquiry respecting fasting. (1-7) Sin the cause of their captivity. (8-14)

Zechariah 8

The restoration of Jerusalem. (1-8) The people encouraged by promises of God’s favour, and exhorted to holiness. (9-17) The Jews in the latter days. (18-23)

Zechariah 9

God’s defense of his church. (1-8) Christ’s coming and his kingdom. (9-11) Promises to the church. (12-17)

Zechariah 10

Blessings to be sought from the Lord. (1-5) God will restore his people. (6-12)

Zechariah 11

Destruction to come upon the Jews. (1-3) The Lord’s dealing with the Jews. (4-14) The emblem and curse of a foolish shepherd. (15-17)

Zechariah 12

Punishment of the enemies of Judah. (1-8) Repentance and sorrow of the Jews. (9-14)

Zechariah 13

The Fountain for the remission of sins, The conviction of the false prophets. (1-6) The death of Christ, and the saving of a remnant of the people. (7-9)

Zechariah 14

The sufferings of Jerusalem. (1-7) Encouraging prospects, and the destruction of her enemies. (8-15) The holiness of the latter days. (16-21)