1-2 chronicles

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    Maricela Lopez

    Normally people overlook these books and don’t want to read them with the same passion they read others but when you begin to read all those names that you can’t even pronounce, a name will jump out at you and suddenly you see a portion of scripture in a different light. What was interesting to me is that these books were written when they came back from exile, like they wanted  to make sure they did not forget who they were and that God made a covenant with David that they were still waiting for. I like that its in chronological order the story starts at the ending of Saul’s life and details the reign of David as he prepares for the building of the temple, which his son Solomon  will build 2 chronicles starts with Solomon’s reign as he builds the temple of Almighty God. It continues with the king of Judah and ends with the fall of Jerusalem. 2 Chronicles 36:15 -16( 15  And the Lord God of their fathers sent warnings to them by His messengers, rising up early and sending them because He had compassion on His people and on His dwelling place. 16 But they mocked the messengers of God, despised His words, and scoffed at His prophets, until the wrath of the Lord arose against His people, till there was no remedy.)

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