More than a recounting of a great season in Israel's history, 2 Chronicles 31 gives us a window into the sacrificial nature of uninhibited worship.
Though we often worship corporately, our individual choices are also an act of worship (2 Chronicles 31:2-3).
Klein points out that we have little information on how the psalms were used in ancient Israelite worship but that the citation of psalms in the narratives of 1 Chronicles 16 and 2 Chronicles
6 may provide some information on their use in postexilic times.
His last years were plagued by unwinnable wars (2 Chronicles
Roughly two centuries after the completion of the Deuteronomistic History, the author of 1 and 2 Chronicles
, known as the Chronicler, recorded his own versions of David's last words.