Commuter Bible

2 Chronicles 9-12, Isaiah 3-4

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Worship at the new temple has been established and the people of Israel begin to worship the Lord with renewed vigor and zeal. The Lord honors their worship and continues to love His people by providing for them and protecting them. King Solomon’s wisdom and wealth become known across the ancient world, and royalty from nearby nations come to seek his counsel and insight. Ironically, Solomon’s wisdom is not passed on to his son, Rehoboam, as one of his first decrees runs in direct contradiction to the council of elders. By trusting his friends more than the advice of wise men with experience, Rehoboam serves as a catalyst for division.


Christian Standard Bible translation.

All music written and produced by John Burgess Ross.

Co-produced by Eric Williamson & the Christian Standard Bible