Songs from Zechariah

This is the thirty-eighth entry in a series on Songs from the Books of the Bible.

Southern Gospel songs focus on many of the highest themes known to mankind—songs of Salvation, the Cross, the Resurrection, and eternity. But critics claim that they focus on these themes to the exclusion of other Biblical themes which are appropriate and perhaps necessary to address in song.

For how many chapters in Zechariah can we find Southern Gospel songs addressing their themes?

  • Zechariah 4:6: Not By Might, Not By Power (New Gaither Vocal Band)
  • Zechariah 9:12: Prisoner of Hope (Gaither Vocal Band)
  • Zechariah 10:7: I Rejoice in the Lord (Greater Vision, Kitsons)  (also Psalm 33:1, Psalm 97:2, Isaiah 41:16, Isaiah 61:10, Joel 2:23, Habakkuk 3:18, Philippians 3:1 & 4:4)
  • Zechariah 11:12-13: Thirty Pieces of Silver (Cathedrals)
  • Zechariah 13:1: There is a Fountain (Blue Ridge Quartet, Cathedrals, Eldridge Fox, Gaither Homecoming Friends, Gerald Wolfe, Greater Vision, Imperials, Inspirations, Justin Terry, Kingdom Heirs, Kingsmen, Michael Booth, Stamps, Talleys)
  • Zechariah 13:1: There is a Fountain (Crist Family) (different song, same name)
  • Zechariah 13:1: There is a Fountain (Soul’d Out Quartet) (different song, same name)
  • Zechariah 13:1: No Other Fountain (McKameys)
  • Zechariah 13:1: Have You Been Beneath the Fountain? (Primitive Quartet)
  • Zechariah 13:1: Fountain of the Father (Gold City)
  • Zechariah 13:1: The Fountain (Perfect Heart)
  • Zechariah 13:1: Come to That Fountain (Perrys)
  • Zechariah 14:4: It’s Jesus (Mark Trammell Trio)

What others come to mind?


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