'Trinitarians often try to "make hay" out of unclear translations, translators' indistinct use of punctuation marks, and ignoring standard Hebrew discourse structures. In fact, this is the standard practice for Trinitarian arguments. Every Trinitarian "proof text" must ignore explicit statements of Scripture and appeal to obscure language or grammatically vague verses because there is absolutely no real Scriptural evidence for the Trinity.
In Zec.2:8-13, Trinitarians confuse the words of the prophet with the words of Jehovah. This is due to reading their theology into the Bible (eisegesis) and also ignoring standard Hebrew discourse structures. If you bothered to take note of the reading in the Amplified Bible you'd see that it is Jehovah who says he will reside with Israel, but then Jehovah *sends* "His messenger" who prefigured Jesus.
AMP: “For thus said the Lord of hosts, after [His] glory had sent me [His messenger] to the nations who plundered you--for he who touches you touches the apple or pupil of His eye: 9 Behold, I will swing my hand over them and they shall become plunder for those who served them. Then you shall know (recognize and understand) that the Lord of hosts has sent me [His messenger]. 10 Sing and rejoice, O Daughter of Zion; for behold, I come, and I will dwell in the midst of you, says the Lord. 11 And many nations shall join themselves to the Lord in that day and shall be My people. And I will dwell in the midst of you, and you shall know (recognize and understand) that the Lord of hosts has sent me [His messenger] to you.”
Many other translations also show that it was God's representative who said "Jehovah sent me" and not Jehovah by using periods or semi-colons (NRSV, NJB, ACV, JPS, NWT).
In fact, Zec.2:3 tells us explicitly that it was an angel speaking for God. Also, many scholars feel that the one "sent" here was actually "the angel of the LORD/Jehovah." The Hebrew scholars Keil and Delitzsch state:
"[In vs8] The sender is Jehovah, and the person sent is not the prophet, but the angel of the Lord....The speaker is still the angel of the Lord...in v. 11. By the execution of this judgment Israel would learn that Jehovah had sent His angel, namely to execute upon the heathen His saving purposes for Israel....2:10-11 The daughter Zion is to rejoice at this sending of the angel of the Lord. V. 10. "Exult and rejoice, O daughter Zion: for, behold, I come, and dwell in the midst of thee, is the saying of Jehovah. V. 11...The Lord comes to her in His angel, in whom are His name (Ex 23:21), and His face (Ex 33:14), i.e., the angel of His face (Isa 63:9)..."
So, Hebrew scholars recognize that Jehovah did not send Jehovah, but Jehovah sent His representative who speaks for Him. Jehovah "resides" with humans by means of His representatives, not because He literally will live on earth (1Ki 8:27; 2Ch 2:6).'