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ESV Expository Commentary: 1 Samuel–2 Chronicles (Volume 3)

by Iain M. Duguid

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A team of pastors and scholars walks through 6 historical books of the Old Testament, showing how they fit in with the rest of redemptive history and God's plan for his people throughout the ages.
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[Preface] The Bible pulsates with life, and the Spirit conveys the electrifying power of Scripture to those who lay hold of it by faith, ingest it, and live by it.
[Introduction to 1-2 Samuel] The books of Samuel chart the process of major constitutional change in Israel, from judgeship to monarchy.
[Introduction to 1-2 Kings] The books of 1 and 2 Kings trace the story of God's work of salvation and judgement in and through his people over a four-hundred-year period (from around 1000 to 600 BC) that is marked by almost unbroken decline.
[Introduction to 1-2 Chronicles] Stores are integral to the lives of people in all societies.
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A team of pastors and scholars walks through 6 historical books of the Old Testament, showing how they fit in with the rest of redemptive history and God's plan for his people throughout the ages.

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