Zechariah 9:14-17 The Lord will appear over them. His arrow will flash like lightning. The Lord will sound the trumpet and advance with the storm winds of the south. He will protect the sons of Zion, they will prevail [over their enemies] and exult as if drunk with wine.
On that Day, the Lord will save his own people, like a flock, for they are precious to Him and they will adorn His Land. They will live in plenty and prosperity.
Zechariah 10:1-3 Ask the Lord for rain, He who makes the storm clouds, and He will give it at the right time. Do not rely on divination. Your leaders do not give good counsel or guide the people properly. They will be punished.
Zechariah 10:4-7 The Lord will care for His flock. From Judah will come strong leaders, they will prevail, because the Lord is with them. I shall give triumph to the House of Judah and victory to the House of Joseph. I shall restore them, in My compassion, it will be as though I never cast them off. So, the Ephraimites will be like warriors, they will rejoice in the Lord.
Zechariah 10:8-10 I shall whistle to call them in, for I have delivered them and they will be as many as they used to be. I dispersed them among the nations, but yet, in far off lands, they will remember their God and will return. I will bring them home and lead them into [New] Israel until the Land is full.
Zechariah 10:11-12 My people will pass through Egypt – the Nile will dry up. Assyria will be brought low. But the strength of the Israelites is in the Lord, they will march into the holy Land proudly in His Name. This is the Word of the Lord. Ref: REB, NIV.
This passage of Scripture from the prophet Zechariah, is another example of how God exacts punishment on His enemies, by fire, lightning and storms, some of the effects of a CME sunstrike. Isaiah 30:25-28 “On that Day, God will save His own people”. They must rely and trust in the Lord for their redemption and sustenance. Isaiah 30:15
Wait for the whistle! Though scattered in far off lands, the Israel of God, now every faithful Christian person, Galatians 3:26-29, will acknowledge their God and will move into the holy Land, their inheritance – marching proudly in the Name of the Lord. Isaiah 35:1-10
This regathering cannot be the same event as when the Lord Jesus, sends out His angels to gather His chosen ones at the Return. Matthew 24:31. Therefore, it happens before then, soon after the Lord’s Day of vengeance and wrath, as we see in Revelation 7:9. This is in order for the Lord’s people, living in the new country of Beulah, Isaiah 62:1-5, to be His witnesses and the light to the nations and to prepare for the Return of Jesus.