Zechariah's Night Visions: Vision Eight

Rudge, Daniel  (April 2022)

The final night vision concerns the solemn subject of God’s judgment on the nations of earth. There is a clear parallel with the first night...

Zechariah's Night Visions: Vision Five

Rudge, Daniel  (February 2022)

Vision Five – Divine Privilege: The Lampstand and Two Olive Trees (4:1-14) The fourth vision of chapter three presented the cleansing and restoration of Israel...

Zechariah's Night Visions: Vision Four

Rudge, Daniel  (December 2021)

Divine Pardon: Joshua the High Priest (3:1-10) Visions four and five (4:1-14) are the central focus of the eight night visions. The spotlight falls on...

Zechariah's Night Visions: Vision Three

Rudge, Daniel  (November 2021)

The third vision sets forth the restoration of Jerusalem as the dwelling place of the glory of God (Zec 2:5). As with many Old Testament...

Zechariah's Night Visions: Introduction

Rudge, Daniel  (August 2021)

Setting of the Prophecy The year was 520 B.C. Sixteen years prior, 49,897 exiles had returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel and Joshua. The people promptly...

Tidings

Wong, Eddie  (June 2021)

...April 25. The Fairview assembly hosted four Sunday afternoon ministry meetings May 2-23 via Zoom with Dan Rudge covering the “Panorama, Pictures, Practice and Principles...

Jesus Praying

Rudge, Dan  (January 2021)

It is a worthy exercise to browse through each of the four Gospels, noting down occasions when the Lord Jesus either taught about or engaged...

Egypt to Canaan: Deliverance

Rudge, Daniel  (September 2020)

Scripture abounds with references to the mighty deliverance God effected for His people at the Red Sea. The events that unfolded not only delivered Israel...

Tidings

Wong, Eddie  (August 2020)

...in Luke’s Gospel.” Dan Rudge considered “The Riches of the Poor in Spirit” on May 24. Sandy Higgins ministered on May 31 concerning “The Man...

Unnamed Heroines of Scripture: Manoah's Wife

Rudge, Dan  (August 2020)

This article commences a series by various writers on the subject of “Unnamed Heroines of Scripture.” We are, perhaps, more familiar with various unnamed servants...