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Zerubbabel

[ zuh-ruhb-uh-buhl ]

noun

  1. a leader of the Jews on their return to Jerusalem after the Babylonian captivity. Ezra 2:1, 2; 3:2–13.


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The hull of it's Zerubbabel Chirk; but most folks ain't got time to say all that.

Zerubbabel didn't only hold prayer-meetings; he went and cut down trees, and started to build.

Whatever became of Zerubbabel—he disappears with this scene—he never wore a real crown nor sat upon the throne of his fathers.

It differed from the uncompleted Temple of Zerubbabel in being of vaster dimensions and of richer and more ornate decoration.

He united in himself the qualities of the prophet Jeremiah and the prince Zerubbabel, who had been in exile.

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