And his feet shall stand in that day upon the [a]mount of olives, which is before Jerusalem on the Eastside, and the mount of olives shall cleave in the midst thereof: toward the East and toward the West there shall be a very great [b]valley, and half of the mountain shall remove toward the North, and half of the mountain toward the South.

And ye shall flee unto the [c]valley of the mountains: for the valley of the mountains shall reach unto Azal: yea, ye shall flee like as ye fled from the [d]earthquake, in the days of Uzziah king of Judah: and the Lord [e]my God shall come, and all the Saints with thee.

And in that day shall there be no clear light but dark.

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Footnotes

  1. Zechariah 14:4 By this manner of speech the Prophet showeth God’s power and care over his Church, and how he will as it were by miracle save it.
  2. Zechariah 14:4 So that out of all the parts of the world, they shall see Jerusalem, which was before hid with this mountain: and this he meaneth of the spiritual Jerusalem the Church.
  3. Zechariah 14:5 He speaketh of the hypocrites, which could not abide God’s presence, but should flee into all places, where they might hide them among the mountains.
  4. Zechariah 14:5 Read Amos 1:1.
  5. Zechariah 14:5 Because they did not credit the Prophet’s words, he turneth to God and comforteth himself in that that he knew that these things should come, and saith, Thou, O God, with thine Angels wilt come to perform this great thing.
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