Z is for…

Zebras in the zoo (short for zoological gardens) have this advice.  “These animals are dangerous.”  I like to read it aloud to rhyme with: “These animals are kangaroos.”

Zero and zilch are nothing.

Zone and ozone are useful in Scrabble as are zo, dzo, dzho and zho which are various spellings of the same animal’s name.  Another permissible word is ozones.

A zany has a zest for life and may be zealous, if not a zealot.

Zechariah and Zephaniah were Old Testament prophets.  Another Zechariah was the father of John the Baptist.  His prayer is the Benedictus I mentioned in B is for… Luke Chapter 1 tells the whole story around the births of John and his relative, Jesus.

Zacchaeus was a little man, but not overlooked by Jesus.  Luke 19:1-9

Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega (The first and last letter in the Greek alphabet). Revelation 1:8
I hope you have learned more about Him and know Him better through this Blogging from A to Z.

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