"The books of 1 and 2 Chronicles cover the same period of time as 2 Samuel to 2 Kings, and give us an extensive list of family names. First Chronicles records the genealogies and looks at the reign of King David. Second Chronicles focuses on the kings of Judah who came after David up to the exile and restoration. Chronicles is not a basic recap of
Biblical history, instead it is a type of commentary that aims to spiritually evaluate the kings of Judah. Due to this, Chronicles gives us some extra details not present in the books of Kings, and we hear more about the condition of God’s people. We will read a lot about how sinful human nature operates in history. When we get to the book of Proverbs we will
consider how we can avoid thinking with our evil, sinful nature and begin to hear God’s Word and work in our lives. This is why the Psalm says, “The face of the Lord is against those who do evil, to cut off the remembrance of them from the earth.” (PS . 34:16)
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