|Other titles||Bible. O.T. Chronicles, 2nd. English. Rosenberg. 1992., Divre ha-yamim 2., Sefer Divre ha-yamim 2., Book of Chronicles 2., 2 Chronicles.|
|Statement||translation of text, Rashi, and commentary by A.J. Rosenberg.|
|Series||Judaica books of the Hagiographa--the Holy writings, [Miḳraʼot gedolot], Bible.|
|Contributions||Rosenberg, A. J.|
|LC Classifications||BS1343 .R67 1992a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii p., p. 188-395, 188-410 ;|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||92141316|
These are all of the chapters of the book of 2 Chronicles. Clicking on a chapter will show you the text of that chapter of 2 Chronicles in the Bible (King James Version). Clicking on a chapter will show you the text of that chapter of 2 Chronicles in the Bible (King James Version). The book of 2 nd Chronicles is a Narrative History. The author appears to be the prophet Ezra who wrote it circa B.C. The author appears to be the prophet Ezra who wrote it circa B.C. It covers the events from the beginning from King Solomon’s reign in B.C. up to the beginning of the Babylonian captivity in B.C. The two books of Chronicles are the very last books of the Hebrew Old Testament. Originally they formed one single book as the books of Samuel and Kings. The division of the books originates from the translation of the Septuagint, which is the Greek version of the OT. 2 Chronicles 20 New International Version (NIV) Jehoshaphat Defeats Moab and Ammon 20 After this, the Moabites and Ammonites with some of the Meunites [ a ] came to wage war against Jehoshaphat. 2 Some people came and told Jehoshaphat, “A vast army is coming against you from Edom, [ b ] from the other side of the Dead Sea.
Summary of The Books of Chronicles 1) The revolt of the ten tribes and the reign of Rehoboam (2 Chronicles ). 2) The reign of Abijah (2 Chronicles 13). 3) The reign of Asa (2 Chronicles ). This was a period of prosperity in Judah as Asa instituted 4) The reign of Jehoshaphat (2. First Chronicles and 2 Chronicles were originally one book but were separated into two accounts, the second beginning with the rule of Solomon. Second Chronicles deals primarily with Judah, the southern kingdom, virtually ignoring the rebellious northern kingdom of : Jack Zavada. Brief Summary: The Book of 2 Chronicles records the history of the Southern Kingdom of Judah, from the reign of Solomon to the conclusion of the Babylonian exile. The decline of Judah is disappointing, but emphasis is given to the spiritual reformers who zealously seek to turn the people back to God. 2 Chronicles New International Version (NIV) Solomon Asks for Wisdom 1 Solomon son of David established himself firmly over his kingdom, for the Lord his God was with him and made him exceedingly great.
THE SECOND BOOK OF THE CHRONICLES. The Companion Bible (Condensed). II CHRONICLES: Page: 1 And Solomon the son of David was strengthened in his kingdom, and the LORD his God was with him, and magnified him exceedingly. 2 Then Solomon spake unto all Israel, to the princes of thousands and of hundreds, and to the judges, and to everyFile Size: KB. Second Chronicles covers the time from Solomon’s ascension to the throne ( BC) until the southern kingdom of Judah was finally carried into exile in Babylon in BC. The focus of the book is on Judah. The author was more concerned with telling the story of David’s descendants, who reigned over Judah, than with the history of the. Study 2 Chronicles using Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. Further, the events of 1 and 2 Chronicles lead up to the events of Ezra and Nehemiah (originally one book in the Hebrew Bible). Also interesting is the name of 1 and 2 Chronicles in the Septuagint (a Greek translation of the .