• I and II Chronicles Commentary

  • By: Chuck Missler
  • Narrated by: Chuck Missler
  • Length: 14 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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In Hebrew, this book is called dibhere ha-yamim: ''the words concerning the days.'' The Jewish Bible regards the Old Testament as 22 books and Chronicles is counted as a single book. I and II Chronicles take the form of a history: David and Judah are the focal points. The emphasis of I and II Chronicles is on the Southern Kingdom and the preservation of the Davidic line.  

The first nine chapters in I Chronicles are a genealogy from Adam to Jacob, Jacob to David, and David to Zedekiah. The writer of Chronicles, who is concerned with the nation and the monarchy, starts with Adam. The Holy Spirit points out that this history of the Davidic line, in effect, benefits all mankind, not just the Jews.

©2006 Koinonia House (P)2019 Koinonia House

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Accurate, precise hermetically sound

Once again, Dr. Missler brings a thought provoking, intense study based upon Scripture. Secular history is used only when it does exactly what the Bible says, presents the truth. And there are times when secular world history has you scratching your head. When you open your Bible, and use it as the sole source of truth, it all becomes very clear.

My recommendation is to use the King James Bible. It is authorized to be read in churches, it’s very few grammatical errors are known, but we’re not erroneous then. We have changed the English language! And it is possible with technology to get into word studies, but it isn’t necessary. The Bible itself interprets itself. All of world history, all true science, it proves the Bible.

But a good teacher helps people like me learn to think like God, who cannot lie. Nor can God learn, but he will instruct those who seek him.