First and Second Chronicles.
... THE BIBLE BOOK BY BOOK. A MANUAL. For the Outline Study of the Bible by Books. * * *
* Chapter X. First and Second Chronicles. Chapter X. ...
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The Books of Samuel and Kings.
... us is called First and Second  Chronicles; the eighth, Ezra, which itself
is likewise divided amongst Greeks and Latins into  two books; the ninth ...
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The Historical Books.
... former, First and Second of the Kingdoms, the latter, First and Second of the ... of
Israel." The Chronicles referred to are not our present books of Chronicles ...
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These are all the Books of Old Testament Appointed to be Read...
... These are all the books of Old Testament appointed to be read: 1, Genesis of ... of Nun;
7, Judges, Ruth; 8, Esther; 9, Of the Kings, First and Second; 10, Of ...
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Use of the Old Testament by the First Christian Writers, and by ...
... Judges, Ruth, Kings first and second, Samuel, Chronicles, come Ezra first and second,
Psalms, Proverbs ... 134) His view of the additions to the books of Daniel ...
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On the Rule of Religion, the Word of God, and the Scriptures in ...
... the books of Joshua, Judges, and of Ruth; the First and Second of Samuel; the First
and Second of Kings; the First and Second of Chronicles; the books of Ezra ...
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The History Books
... The first and second Books of Samuel have been put together ... the acts of David the
king, first and last ... seer.' (These last have disappeared.) (1 Chronicles 29:29 ...
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Formation and History of the Hebrew Canon.
... of Samuel, (4) the two books of Kings, (5) the two books of Chronicles ... Origen's list
unites Ruth with Judges, puts together the first and second of Samuel ...
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Concerning Scripture .
... Jesus the Son of Nave  , Judges along with Ruth, first and second ... This is the
second Pentateuch ... Then come the two books of Esdra made into one, and Esther ...
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How the Books were Written.
... the Pentateuch, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, the two books of Samuel, the two books of
Kings, and the two books of Chronicles. The second contains, first, the twelve ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryFirst and Second Books Of Chronicles
the name originally given to the record made by the appointed historiographers in the kingdoms of Israel and Judah. In the LXX. these books are called Paralipomena (i.e. things omitted), which is understood as meaning that they are supplementary to the books of Kings. The constant tradition of the Jews is that these books were for the most part compiled by Ezra. One of the greatest difficulties connected with the captivity and return must have been the maintenance of that genealogical distribution of the land which yet was a vital point of the Jewish economy. To supply this want and that each tribe might secure the inheritance of its fathers on its return was one object of the author of these books. Another difficulty intimately connected with the former was the maintenance of the temple services at Jerusalem. Zerubbabel, and after him Ezra and Nehemiah, labored most earnestly to restore the worship of God among the people, and to reinfuse something of national life and spirit into their hearts. Nothing could more effectually aid these designs than setting before the people a compendious history of the kingdom of David, its prosperity under God; the sins that led to its overthrow; the captivity and return. These considerations explain the plan and scope of that historical work which consists of the two books of Chronicles. The first book contains the sacred history by genealogies from the Creation to David, including an account of David's reign. In the second book he continues the story, giving the history of the kings of Judah, without those of Israel, down to the return from the captivity. As regards the materials used by Ezra, they are not difficult to discover. The genealogies are obviously transcribed from some register in which were preserved the genealogies of the tribes and families drawn up at different times; while the history is mainly drawn from the same document as those used in the books of King. [KINGS, FIRST AND SECOND BOOKS OF, BOOKS OF]
First and Second Books Of Chronicles
First and Second Books Of Kings
First Epistle Of Peter
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First Fruits: As a Heave offering
First Fruits: Belonged to the Priests
First Fruits: Figurative
First Fruits: First Ripe of Fruits, Grain, Oil, Wine, and First of Fleece, Required As an offering
First Fruits: Freewill offerings of, Given to the Prophets
First Fruits: Offerings of, Must be Free from Blemish
First Fruits: Presented at the Tabernacle
First Fruits: To be offered As a Thank-Offering Upon Entrance Into the Land of Promise
First Fruits: Wave offering of
First Lady of the Church
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Antiquity of offering
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Could not be a Free-Will offering
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Flesh of, the Priest's Portion
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Law of Redemption For
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Not Shorn
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Not Taken from the Dam for Seven Days
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Not to Labour
The First Born of Clean Beasts: Offered in Sacrifice
The First Born of Clean Beasts: To be Redeemed
The First Born of Israel: Price of Redemption For
The First Born of Israel: Price of, Given to the Priests
The First Born of Israel: To be Redeemed
The First Born of Israel: Tribe of Levi Taken For
The First Born of Man and Beast Dedicated to God
The First Born of the Donkey to be Redeemed With Lamb or Its Neck Broken
The First Born: Dedicated to Commemorate the Sparing of the First Born of
The First Born: Laws Respecting, Observed at Christ's Birth
The First Born: Laws Respecting, Restored After the Captivity
The First Born: Objects of Special Love
The First Born: Precious and Valuable
The First Born: Privileges of a Double Portion of Inheritance
The First Born: Privileges of Authority Over the Younger Children
The First Born: Privileges of Could be Forfeited by Misconduct
The First Born: Privileges of Could be Sold
The First Born: Privileges of in Case of Death the Next Brother to Raise up Seed To
The First Born: Privileges of not to be Alienated by Parents Through Caprice
The First Born: Privileges of Precedence in the Family
The First Born: Privileges of Special Blessing by the Father
The First Born: Privileges of The Father's Title and Power
The First Born: Superseded: Aaron
The First Born: Superseded: Adonijah
The First Born: Superseded: Cain
The First Born: Superseded: David's Brothers
The First Born: Superseded: Esau
The First Born: Superseded: Ishmael
The First Born: Superseded: Japheth
The First Born: Superseded: Manasseh
The First Born: Superseded: Reuben
The First Born: The Beginning of Strength and Excellency of Power
The First Born: The Dignity of Christ
The First Born: The Dignity of the Church
The First Fruits: Allotted to the Priests
The First Fruits: Church of Christ
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of all Agricultural Produce
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of Barley Harvest
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of Fruit of New Trees in Fourth Year
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of Honey
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of Wheat Harvest
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of Wine and Oil
The First Fruits: Different Kinds of Wool
The First Fruits: First Converts in Any Place
The First Fruits: God Honored by the offering of
The First Fruits: Holy to the Lord
The First Fruits: Law of, Restored After the Captivity
The First Fruits: Offering of, Consecrated the Whole
The First Fruits: Resurrection of Christ
The First Fruits: The Jewish Church
The First Fruits: To be Brought to God's House
The First Fruits: To be offered in a Basket
The First Fruits: To be offered with Thanksgiving
The First Fruits: To be offered without Delay
The First Fruits: To be the Very Best of Their Kind
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