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The family counselling session will be conducted by Rev Zechariah at 9am.
Matthew edits his source by omitting the words "triumphant and victorious" from the Zechariah quotation.
Then we hear the beautiful words of the priest Zechariah at the birth of his son John, that messenger, that advance team.
More refreshing is John Kessler's article on the image of "Diaspora and Homeland" as portrayed in Zechariah 1-8.
ADAN Zechariah Edwards and AD3 Daniel Childress perform maintenance on the engine of a P-3C Orion aircraft.
Elisheva was a descendant of Aaron (Luke 1:5) and thus a powerful priestly leader in her own right, as well as with her husband, Zechariah.
A previous scene shows Elizabeth's husband, the priest Zechariah, entering the temple and being struck mute when he doubts the word of the angel that Elizabeth had become pregnant.
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1) Rosell MS, Lloyd-Wright Zechariah, Appleby PN, et al.
From allegory as a device for interpreting Biblical passages that fell into disfavor since the eighteenth century but is occasionally still used at the popular level, to a brief history of the interpretation of the Book of Zechariah, Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible is filled with thoughtful, well-reasoned discourse and is highly accessible to readers of all backgrounds.
Their inability to acknowledge the actual, shaming impotence that racism inflicts is illustrated well by the story of Zechariah Morgan's rejection of his twin brother, Tea, for dancing for drunken white men who threaten otherwise to shoot him.
In the first chapter of Luke, Zechariah speaks of what the coming Messiah will mean: "By the tender mercy of our God, the dawn from on high will break upon us, to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace" (1:78-79).