Bible in 90 Days | 1 Chronicles 24 – 2 Chronicles 6 : Day 32

Today’s reading is a continuation of the recapping of David and Solomon. Tomorrow will finish off Chronicles and the other kings of Judah. Both good and bad kings before the captivity from Babylon.

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1 Chronicles 24 – 27

Priests are listed. Musicians are listed (288 are called into service) Gatekeepers and treasurers are listed. The military is defined and listed.

1 Chronicles 28 – 29

David charges Solomon to build God’s Temple. He prays over the leaders and appoints Solomon king. Dies in old age. Full of days, riches and honor.

The rest of the story is written in the Chronicles of Samuel (?) The Chronicles of Nathan (??) and the Chronicles of Gad (???) Interesting article about lost books

2 Chronicles 1

Solomon prays to God for wisdom. God gives him wisdom and wealth too.

2 Chronicles 2

Solomon prepares to build the Temple. Gathers supplies needed from surrounding lands.

2 Chronicles 3

Solomon does build the temple.

2 Chronicles 4

The temple is furnished with many things that had been gathered by David, but also some from Solomon.

2 Chronicles 5

The ark is brought to the the temple. Worship is still an important part of Israel as David had established.

Praise to the Lord. For He is good. For His steadfast Love Endures Forever!

2 Chronicles 6

Solomon prays and dedicates the temple. He pleas with God to hear the prayers of those who lift up prayers here.

2 Chronicles 7

God accepts the sacrifice and tells Solomon that if he walks in His ways, that God would establish Solomon’s throne. He tells them that when the people abandon God, which he knows that they will: If they humble themselves and pray and see God’s face and turn from their wicked ways, He will hear, forgive and heal.

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