At the end of the book of Haggai, the prophet delivers an An oracle is a divine utterance of guidance, promise, or judgment delivered to humans through an intermediary (who is often also called an oracle). In the Bible oracles are given by Balaam (in the book of Numbers) and by David (in 2 Samuel). A number... More concerning the Davidic governor The governor of Judah who helped rebuild the Temple after the exile More, that the LORD will make him like a “signet ring.”
At the end of the book, Haggai foretells a day when the LORD will “shake the heavens and the earth” and will overthrow human kingdoms. Then the LORD will make Zerubbabel like a “signet ring.” The latter reference is illuminated by Prophet who condemned Judah's infidelity to God, warned of Babylonian conquest, and promised a new covenant More 22:24, where the LORD refers to King Coniah (Jehoiachin) of Judah was the name of Jacob's fourth son and one of the 12 tribes. More as a “signet ring” that God will tear off his hand and give into the hands of the Babylonians. Jehoiachin was taken into captivity by King Babylonian king who conquered Jerusalem, destroyed the Temple, and exiled the people More of Babylon. Now, says Haggai, God will reestablish the Davidic line through Zerubbabel, the grandson of Jechoiachin.