Zechariah: Return

In 598 BC God’s people were defeated in war, taken off to Babylon, their homes & temple destroyed. But in the book of Zechariah they’re back! They’ve returned to their land. It should be a celebration but things are actually rubbish, because God hasn’t returned with them. In Zechariah God promises to return. We live in the time when that promise has come true. We’re going to find out what it means that God has returned to us.

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