I & II Kings
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I & II Kings a commentary. by Gray, John

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Published by SCM in London .
Written in English


  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Kings.

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Other titlesOne and two Kings., One & two Kings.
SeriesThe Old Testament library
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Open LibraryOL17152681M

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2 Kings 1 New International Version (NIV) The Lord ’s Judgment on Ahaziah. 1 After Ahab’s death, Moab rebelled against Israel. 2 Now Ahaziah had fallen through the lattice of his upper room in Samaria and injured himself. So he sent messengers, saying to them, “Go and consult Baal-Zebub, the god of Ekron, to see if I will recover from this injury.” 3 But the angel of the Lord said to. Jan 02,  · Author: The Book of 2 Kings does not name its author. The tradition is that the prophet Jeremiah was the author of both 1 and 2 Kings. Date of Writing: The Book of 2 Kings, along with 1 Kings, was likely written between and B.C. Purpose of Writing: The Book of 2 Kings is a sequel to the Book of 1 Kings. It continues the story of the kings over the divided kingdom (Israel and Judah.). 2 Kings 2 New International Version (NIV) Elijah Taken Up to Heaven. 2 When the Lord was about to take Elijah up to heaven in a whirlwind, Elijah and Elisha were on their way from Gilgal. 2 Elijah said to Elisha, “Stay here; the Lord has sent me to Bethel.” But Elisha said, “As surely as the Lord lives and as you live, I will not leave you.” So they went down to Bethel. Books of Kings, two books of the Hebrew Bible or the Protestant Old Testament that, together with Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, and 1 and 2 Samuel, belong to the group of historical books (Deuteronomic history) written during the Babylonian Exile (c. bc) of .

Jul 31,  · Most kings of the South worshiped pagan gods, too. The books of Kings show us how faithful God is to His people. We see the full spectrum of God’s dealings with Israel: from extreme blessing under Solomon to utter desolation and captivity. These blessings and curses were all promised to Israel in the book of Deuteronomy. Quick outline of 1 Kings. Mar 01,  · The book of II Kings was written with a dual purpose. It provided a chronological history of the divided kingdoms of Israel, from the time of division, through the destruction of the city of Jerusalem, and the final exile of the Jews into Babylonia. 13 Again, he sent a third captain of fifty with his fifty men. And the third captain of fifty went up, and came and fell on his knees before Elijah, and pleaded with him, and said to him: “Man of God, please let my life and the life of these fifty servants of yours # 1 Sam. ; Ps. be precious in your sight. 14 Look, fire has come down from heaven and burned up the first two. The Books of I & II Kings: A Commentary [Chuck Missler] on chevreschevalaosta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. I and II Kings provide a record of Israel's history from the beginning of the movement to place Solomon on David's throne through the end of the reign of ZedekiahAuthor: Chuck Missler.

Go To 2 Kings Index. Title: See introduction from 1 Kings. The books of Kings were originally one book in the Hebrew text and formed a two volume corpus with the present books of Samuel. Therefore, 2 Kings is actually the fourth book in the series on the history of the Hebrew kings as presently arranged. The book ends with an epilogue of sorts, giving a peek into the good fortune of Jehoiachin—Judah’s last true ruler before a series of puppet kings were installed by Babylon. If Jeremiah did write much of Kings, he could not have written this section, set in Babylon, for he had been taken away to Egypt years earlier. Feb 28,  · Kings II, Volume 11 (Anchor Bible) [Mordechai Cogan, Hayim Tadmor] on chevreschevalaosta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. II Kings (Volume 11 in the acclaimed Anchor Bible) is the chronicle of the raging conflicts that tore the United Kingdom of Israel apart/5(3). II Kings (Volume 11 in the acclaimed Anchor Bible) is the chronicle of the raging conflicts that tore the United Kingdom of Israel apart, creating the rival nations of Israel to the north and Judah to the south/5(5).