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Having A Basic Understanding of Some Old Testament Truths

Part 337 – A Brief Recap Of Some Events From I Chronicles – II Chronicles


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1. The book of I Chronicles starts with nine chapters of genealogical information. Why was this so important under the Law of Moses?





2. Why did the wounded king Saul fall upon his own sword?





3. After Saul’s death, did Israel recognize David was chosen by God?





4. How did Joab become chief and captain?





5. What did three of thirty captains do when they knew David longed for a drink from the well of Bethlehem?





6. What error(s) were made when Israel went to bring the ark of God to Jerusalem?





7. While David could create a tent for the ark, appoint ministers to the ark of God and author psalms (I Chronicles 16:1-36); what did he want to build that God did not permit?





8. How did David’s plan to show kindness unto Hanun the son of Nahash go?



9. How did the children of Goliath fair in war against David?





10. When David sinned in numbering Israel, what caused him to fall and take the blame and desire the punishment on he and his house rather than the people of Israel?





11. What did David make abundant preparations for prior to his death?





12. While the Levites no more were needed to carry the tabernacle nor vessels thereof, what tasks in general were left for them?





13. How were the choices amongst the divisions of the Levites made?





14. What were the sons of Asaph, and of Heman, and of Jeduthun doing on their harps, psalteries, and cymbals?





15. Were porters [doorkeepers] and people over the treasures appointed?






16. How many months did a captain serve over the course [division; company]?





17. Outside of the king of Israel, were their also rulers over each tribe?





18. Was there just one man overseeing the possessions of the king?





19. Did David, of his own accord and mind, make the pattern for the temple that Solomon was to build?





20. How much effort did David put forth to make plans for the temple Solomon was to build?





21. At the time Solomon was appointed king, the second time, what was David’s focus in what he said to the congregation?





22. Who did the Lord magnify exceedingly in the sight of all of Israel?





23. What books record the life of David, his reign, and his might?





24. Why did God give Solomon, riches, wealth, honor, unlike any king before him or after him?





25. Did the king of Tyre recognize God’s greatness?





26. Was the temple of the Lord constructed only using the labor of the Israelites?





27. What city did God choose as His own?





28. As Solomon recognized God’s keeping of His covenant, what did Solomon proceed to ask God to do in the future?





29. What did God tell Solomon when He appeared to him by night regarding Solomon’s requests discussed in our previous question?





30. What did Solomon do with the Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and the Jebusites, which were not of Israel?





31. What did Solomon do with his Egyptian wife?





32. When the queen of Sheba visited Solomon, did she witness unhappiness amongst Solomon’s men and servants?





33. As time passed, did Solomon continue to show wisdom in dealing with his men and servants (hint: what did Jeroboam say)?





34. Did God want a war between Rehoboam and Jeroboam?





35. Why did the priests and the Levites come to Jerusalem?





36. Who came to Jerusalem after the priests and Levites?





37. What happened once Rehoboam had established the kingdom, and had strengthened himself?





38. How was Abijah, king of Judah, victorious over Israel?





39. Was Asa faithful to God all the days of his life?





40. When Jehoshaphat began to reign in Judah, was he a faithful king to the Lord?







41. Why was Micaiah the prophet cast into prison?





42. Was it good that Jehoshaphat helped Ahab in battle?





43. What did Jehoshaphat tell the judges he appointed?





44. How were the children of Judah able to stand against the children of Moab, and the children of Ammon?





45. With the evil that Jehoram did (II Chronicles 21:1-6), why wouldn’t God bring destruction as judgment?





46. Did Athaliah bring good among the people of God?





47. After the death of Jehoiada the priest, what happened with Joash?





48. Why didn’t Amaziah kill the entire families of those responsible for killing his father?







49. What caused God’s anger and decision to destroy Amaziah?





50. What happened when Uzziah became strong in his reign?





51. How did Jotham become mighty?





52. Why did Judah reach a point wherein Israel, the Edomites, and the Philistines all invaded and defeated them even in carrying away captives of Judah?





53. Once Hezekiah began to reign, did things turn for the better or worse concerning Judah’s faithfulness to God?





54. How did Judah survive the Assyrian invasion?





55. In the business of the ambassadors of the princes of Babylon, what what did God do in that situation?





56. What important detail do we find out in II Chronicles about Manasseh that we did not read in II Kings 21:1-18?





57. What did Josiah do in his eighth year of his reign that set the course for all the good he did as the king of Judah?





58. For whose benefit did Josiah seek inquiry from the Lord?





59. Why wasn’t God going to bring His wrath upon Judah for her sins during the reign of Josiah?





60. How did the people of Judah take the death of Josiah?





61. How did things go for Judah after Josiah’s death and before the days of Cyrus?





62. Did God keep the words He promised through Jeremiah?









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