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Zec 14:21 — Yea, every pot in Jerusalem and in Judah shall be holiness unto the LORD of hosts: and all they that sacrifice shall come and take of them, and seethe therein: and in that day there shall be no more the Canaanite in the house of the LORD of hosts.
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||Zec 7:6; Deu 12:7,12; Neh 8:10; Rom 14:6,7; 1Cr 10:31; 1Ti 4:3-5|
||Isa 4:3; Isa 35:8; Eze 44:9; Hsa 12:7; *marg:; Joe 3:17; Mat 21:12,13; Mar 11:15-17; Jhn 2:15,16; 1Cr 6:9-11; Rev 18:11-15; Rev 21:27; Rev 22:15|
||Eph 2:19-22; 1Ti 3:15; Hbr 3:6; 1Pe 4:17; The predictions contained in this chapter seem to relate to events which gradually extend from the death of Christ to the glorious days of the millennium:--the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans, whose armies were composed of many nations, which was 'the day of the LORD,' in which he came 'to destroy those who would not that he should reign over them,' (Zec 14:1, 2;) the subversion of the Roman empire, after being the executioners of the Divine vengeance on the Jews, by God's stirring up the barbarous nations to invade them, (Zec 14:3;) the effusion of Divine knowledge from Jerusalem, by the promulgation of the Gospel, (Zec 14:4-9;) the rebuilding and replenishing of Jerusalem, (Zec 14:10, 11;) the destruction of the nations who shall fight against her, (Zec 14:12-15;) the conversion of the remnant of those nations to the LORD, (Zec 14:16-19;) and the peace and purity of the universal church in the latter days, (Zec 14:20, 21.)|
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