The book of Zechariah begins with one of the most challenging and frightening conditional promises found in Scripture.
First, there is God’s statement of their condition: “The Lord has been very angry with your fathers.”
Then, the wonderful and frightening promise: “Return to Me,” says the Lord of hosts, “and I will return to you,” says the Lord of hosts.”
But the flip side of this promise is also true. If they won’t return to Him, then it logically follows that He won’t return to them.
Sounds like much of the church today. Keep listening.
The following is a study of Zechariah 1:1-6.