1 & 2 Kings : People's Bible Commentary
A Bible Commentary for Every Day
by Stephen B. Dawes
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The stories that appear in the books of 1 & 2 Kings are part of a longer tragedy. Together with the books of Joshua, Judges and Samuel, they tell how the people of Israel moved from a bright beginning across the Jordan River into, and then out of, the Promised Land, and away to exile in Babylon.;Throughout the books of Kings, the repeated message is the importance of faith in God and faithfulness to God, demonstrated in the lives of those who reigned over both Israel and Judah. There is a lesson to be learned. Righteousness brings its rewards - usually - and so does failure to walk in God's ways. Along the way, we encounter such memorable characters as Elijah and Elisha, Queen Jezebel, and Solomon in all his dangerous glory.
"The People's Bible Commentary" series covers the whole Bible, with a daily readings approach that brings together both personal devotion and reflective study. Combining the latest scholarship with straightforward language and a reverent attitude to Scripture, it aims to instruct the head and warm the heart. The authors come from around the world and across the Christian traditions, and offer serious yet accessible commentary. The series is aimed at first-time students of the Bible, all who read the Bible regularly, study group leaders, and anyone involved in preaching and teaching Scripture.
1 & 2 Kings : People's Bible Commentary by Stephen B. Dawes was published by Bible Reading Fellowship in February 2001 and is our 28333rd best seller. The ISBN for 1 & 2 Kings : People's Bible Commentary is 9781841011189.
|Page last updated||1st July 2015|
|Author / Artist||Stephen B. Dawes|
|Book Format||paperback (B format)|
|Publisher||Bible Reading Fellowship (February 2001)|
|Number of Pages||240|