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the second of two Old Testament books telling the history of Judah and Israel until the return from the Babylonian Captivity in 536 BC

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Both a teaching role and a military role are hinted at for the Levites (Deuteronomy 33:10,11) who are later employed as teachers, judges, Temple guards and officers of the court (I Chronicles 9:19; 23:4; II Chronicles 17:7-10; Nehemiah 8:7,9).
The dropping of a "spare" consonant is seen in II Chronicles 5:12, where the second resh of mahtzerim, sounding (trumpets), is dropped in the kri.
Stand in the Gap is a Christian-based organization with the mission: “We seek the eradication of 'Drug Abuse, Alcohol Abuse and Family Violence' in our Tri-State Area through God's help and guidance as promised in II Chronicles 7:14.
Our knowledge of the history is primarily from the book of Isaiah, especially chapters 36-39, II Kings 16-21 and the parallel II Chronicles 28-33.
According to II Chronicles 36:20, exile in Babylonia affected only the inhabitants of Jerusalem; and Israelites lived in Canaan even during the period when (many) Israelites were slaves in Egypt (I Chron.
Stand in the Gap is a Christian-based organizations with the mission: “We seek the eradication of 'Drug Abuse, Alcohol Abuse and Family Violence' in our Tri-State Area through God's help and guidance as promised in II Chronicles 7:14.
II Kings 20:20, Isaiah 22:9-11 and II Chronicles 32:2-8, 30; Encyclopaedia Judaica (Jerusalem: Keter, 1972; hereafter EJ) 8:452.
According to II Chronicles 4:16, all the Temple vessels were made of nehoshet maruk, "burnished bronze.
Likewise, the lists of Levites in I Chronicles 23 and 24, as well as Hezekiah's ritual acts supported by the Levites in II Chronicles 29, have no parallels in SamuelKings.
THE TRIENNIAL BIBLE READING CALENDAR DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF CHAIM ABRAMOWITZ January 1 Chronicles 10-29 II Chronicles 1-8 February II Chronicles 9-36 March Genesis 1-28 April Genesis 29-50 Exodus 1-6 May Exodus 7-34
THE TRIENNIAL BIBLE READING CALENDAR DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF CHAIM ABRAMOWITZ October Song of Songs 7-8 Ruth 1-4 Lamentations 1-12 Ecclesiates 1-10 November Ecclesiates 11-12 Esther 1-10 Daniel 1-12 Ezra 1-4 December Ezra 5-10 Nehemiah 1-13 I Chronicles 1-9 January I Chronicles 10-29 II Chronicles 1-8 February II Chronicles 9-36
In II Chronicles 18, as in the earlier parallel narrative in I Kings 22, there is a distinction between the "Word of Y-H-V-H" and the "Spirit of Y-H-V-H.
Isaiah 37:7, Jeremiah 19:7, Ezekiel 6:4, 32:12; II Chronicles 32:21.
Since Jehoash (or Joash) was for many years under the influence of Jehoiada, II Kings 12:3 and II Chronicles 24:1-2 have words of praise which describe Jehoash as a king who did what was pleasing to the Lord.
II CHRONICLES 6: SOLOMON AND THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER