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Exploring The Bible

58. Old Testament

1 Samuel

 

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Key Verses:

1 Samuel 13:14
1 Samuel 15:22

The Book of 1 Samuel describes the transition of Israel to a monarchy from the rule of individual judges, appointed by direct choice from the Lord.

It tells the stories of Samuel, the last of the judges, Saul, the first king, and David. Samuel rules reasonably well; Saul, the first king, is a disaster and David shows every sign of being a good leader needed by God's people, Israel.

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57. Old Testament

2 Samuel

 

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Key Verses:

  • 2 Samuel 7:12-13
  • 2 Samuel 22:21-22

The Book of 2 Samuel records the highlights of David’s reign, firstly over Judah and then over the nation of Israel. It traces his ascent to the throne, his victories and sins and the consequences of his sins upon his family and the nation.

It is a distinctly mixed story however, given the weakness of human nature, David is the most successful of all the kings and will be looked back to by subsequent generations as the greatest leader of God’s people.

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56. Old Testament

1 Kings

 

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Key Verses:

1 Kings 9:4–5
1 Kings 11:11

The first half of 1 Kings tells about the nation of Israel under the leadership of Solomon. Under Solomon’s leadership, Israel rises to the peak of her size and glory. It is Solomon who builds the temple, consequently giving the Lord God a place in Jerusalem where he will dwell in a special way. Solomon soon gains a divided heart following his pagan wives, which eventually leads to Israel being divided into Israel and Judah.

The second part of the book goes on to tell about these two nations and their kings. Nearly all the time they are a disobedient people, rebelling against God’s prophets and His laws.

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55. Old Testament

2 Kings

 

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Key Verses:

2 Kings 17:22-23
2 Kings 23:27

The Book of 2 Kings continues the drama of 1 Kings, systematically tracing the reigning monarchs of Israel and Judah, first by telling one nation’s history, and then retracing the same period for the other, up to and including the points at which most of the people are taken away into exile.

The temple in Jerusalem, the house of God, is destroyed. The warnings of Deuteronomy have not been heeded with the expected result.

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54. Old Testament

1 Chronicles

 

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Key Verses:

  • 1 Chronicles 17:11-14
  • 1 Chronicles 29:11


The Book of 1 Chronicles covers the same period of history as 2 Samuel but from a religious history rather than a political perspective.

It traces the spiritual significance of David’s righteous reign.

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53. Old Testament

2 Chronicles

 

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Key Verses:

  • 2 Chronicles 6:10
  • 2 Chronicles 7:14


The Book of 2 Chronicles covers the same period of history as 1 & 2 Kings, but from the spiritual perspective. It tells mainly of Judah, the southern kingdom, after the death of David and deals mainly with the reforming kings: Asa, Jehosophat, Joash, Hezekiah and Josiah.

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