Uncover how the Chronicler finds the great pattern of God's hand and the Lord's constant mercy, love, and faithfulness shining through in the records of Israel in this updated edition of The Message of 1 & 2 Chronicles, part of the Bible Speaks Today series of commentaries.
- Author WILCOCK, MICHAEL (AUTHOR)
- Pub Date 21/04/2022
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 304
1 & 2 Chronicles are, first and foremost, a sermon meant to foster a right relationship between God and his people. With great perception, the Chronicler shows how the records of Israel reveal the pattern of God's hand in the events of his nation's history and how, within that pattern, the Lord's constant mercy, love and faithfulness shine through.
In this readable and thoughtful commentary, Michael Wilcock explores how once that purpose is grasped, the message of 1 & 2 Chronicles comes alive. The Chronicler's sermon is a final and momentous look back over the entire Old Testament, and the countless persons named are part of one people of the living God.
With perceptive insight, Wilcock guides us through the two halves of the Chronicles, paralleling them the vibrancy, contrast and drama of the Book of Revelation in the New Testament, and showing how the Chronicles make vivid to us the truths by which the Lord's people in every generation are to live.
Part of the loved and trusted The Bible Speaks Today series of commentaries, The Message of 1 & 2 Chronicles offers an accessible and thorough exposition of the Biblical text as well as pastoral exploration of the lessons it can teach Christians today. Used by Bible students and teachers around the world, The Bible Speaks Today commentaries are ideal for students and preachers who are looking to delve more deeply into the riches of Scripture.
This beautifully redesigned edition has also been sensitively updated to include modern references and use the NIV Bible text.
The Message of 1 & 2 Chronicles is perfect for anyone looking for commentaries on Chronicles that will help them understanding its meaning both in its original context and for modern Christians.