1 Chronicles 22:10-23:32

Sometimes we WANT to do something for God but God says, "you are not the one to do it." David wanted to build the grand temple in Jerusalem, but God picked David's son Solomon to build it. However, David still threw his enthusiasm into the project even though he was not the one to do it.

1 Chronicles 21:14-22:9

David had a breach of faith in which he conducted a census that revealed unbelief; and God felt he needed to correct David by giving him three choices of punishment. He asked that he not be allowed to "fall into the hands of men."

1 Chronicles 20:1-21:13

What was King David's greatest sin? It might surprise you! The sin with Bathsheba was not mentioned in the account of David's life in Chronicles. Dr. McGee explains why.

1 Chronicles 18:1-19:19

Warfare seems to be part of the human condition, mainly because war lies in the sinful human heart. Here we see some of the conflicts King David was involved in, and likewise we are involved in a great spritual war today against the forces of darkness.

1 Chronicles 16:8-17:27

A snapshot of true worship, as we see one of the heartfelt thanks-giving psalms of King David. God responds by giving him an everlasting covenant.

1 Chronicles 15:1-16:7

It is amazing how things go well when we do things according to the Word of God. Here David finally succeeded in bringing the Ark of the Covenant back to Jerusalem when he followed the instructions in the Law of Moses.

1 Chronicles 13:1-15:2

Life lessons from some of the Old Kings of Judah…. King David brings the Ark of the Covenant back to Jerusalem but does it by the wrong method; he should have consulted the priests and the scriptural way of handling the ark.

1 Chronicles 11:1-12:40

King David's life and rule. Chronicles does not record David's great sin with Bathsheba nor the murder of her husband, because God had forgiven David when he confessed it, and saw that it was not mentioned in this history from God's point of view.

1 Chronicles 9:1-10:14

Chronicles give the history of the kings of Judah, from God's viewpoint. Even the genealogies were important in the reckoning of the Jewish royal families up to Christ.

1 Chronicles 1:1-9:1

Chronicles differ from the books of the Kings, because I and II Kings told about the kings of both the northern and the southern kingdoms, but the Chronicles were the accounts of only the kings of the ancient nation of Judah.

Romans 16:1-27

Paul gives personal greetings to certain Christians in ancient Rome, naming names and giving credits. God knows our names and is keeping track of what we do for Him.

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