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Bible (Reina Valera) 10: Segundo Libro de Samuel

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The Segundo Libro de Samuel is a powerful and gripping continuation of the biblical narrative, filled with political intrigue, betrayal, and the consequences of human sin. The Reina-Valera version of the Bible captures the beauty and complexity of the original text, while also making it accessible to modern readers.

The story of King David's rise and fall is a timeless tale of power and its corrupting influence. The Reina Valera translation does an excellent job of bringing this narrative to life, with vivid language and a deep understanding of the characters and their motivations.

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in biblical history or the human condition. It provides valuable insights into the nature of power, loyalty, and the consequences of our actions. The themes explored in this book are as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago, making it a timeless and essential read for anyone seeking to better understand the complexities of the human experience.

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El segundo libro de Samuel relata el reinado de David como rey de Israel Como Dios había prometido a Abraham, durante el reinado de David, las fronteras de Israel se extendieron aproximadamente desde Egipto hasta el Eufrates. David tuvo muchos éxitos, pero después de su pecado contra Bathsheba y Uriah , tanto su reino como su propia familia cayeron en el caos. Su hijo Absalón lideró una sangrienta rebelión contra él. Sin embargo, David, autor de muchos de los Salmos, fue un hombre conforme al corazón de Dios , un modelo de profunda y sincera oración y arrepentimiento. El pacto Davídico del capítulo 7 establece el gobierno eterno de la línea de David, con su cumplimiento final en la venida de su descendiente, Jesucristo. Se desconoce el nombre del autor de este libro. ============================================================================= English translation: The second book of Samuel tells of David's reign as king of Israel . As God had promised to Abraham, during David's reign, Israel's borders extended approximately from Egypt to the Euphrates. David had many successes, but after his sin against Bathsheba and Uriah , both his kingdom and his own family fell into chaos. His son Absalom led a bloody rebellion against him. However, David, author of many of the Psalms, was a man after God’s own heart, , a model of deep and sincere prayer and repentance. The Davidic covenant of chapter 7 establishes the eternal rule of David's line, with its final fulfillment in the coming of his descendant, Jesus Christ. The name of the author of this book is unknown. - Summary by Claudia Barrett

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