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Bible (Reina Valera) 14: Segundo Libro de Crónicas

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The Segundo Libro de Crónicas, also known as the Second Book of Chronicles in English, is a captivating portrayal of the history and events surrounding the Kings of Judah. This particular version, the Reina-Valera Bible, provides a faithful translation of the original text, allowing readers to delve into the intricate details of the reigns of various monarchs and the significance of their actions.

The book is filled with rich language and vivid descriptions, making it a pleasure to read for both casual readers and serious scholars of biblical history. The narrative is engaging and full of moral lessons and spiritual insights, offering readers a deeper understanding of the lessons that can be gleaned from the stories of ancient rulers.

One of the standout features of this edition is the careful attention to detail in the translation, ensuring that the essence and message of the original text are preserved. The clarity and coherence of the language make it easy to follow along with the events and developments in the lives of the Kings of Judah.

Overall, the Segundo Libro de Crónicas in the Reina-Valera Bible is a must-read for anyone interested in biblical history, offering a valuable perspective on the lives and experiences of the Kings of Judah. It is a timeless classic that continues to inspire and enlighten readers with its profound wisdom and enduring relevance.

Book Description:
El Segundo Libro de Crónicas, extiende la historia de Judá, que comenzó en el Primer Libro de Crónicas. Fue escrito después de que la gente comenzara a regresar a Israel del exilio en Babilonia en 538 a. C. Las "crónicas”, quizás tratando de alentar a los exiliados que regresaron, relatan la construcción y dedicación del templo de Salomón y recuerdan la sabiduría y poder de este gran rey. La mayor parte del libro, sin embargo, se enfoca en la realidad de la caída de Judá en el pecado que lo llevó al exilio. Judá tuvo varios reyes fieles a Dios, especialmente Ezequías y Josías, pero aun así se convirtió al pecado. Sin embargo, Dios permaneció fiel a Su pueblo del pacto. Al finalizar el libro se registra el decreto del Rey Ciro de Persia que permitió a los judíos exiliados regresar a su Tierra Prometida.

English Translation:
The Second Book of Chronicles extends the history of Judah, which began in the First Book of Chronicles. It was written after people began returning to Israel from exile in Babylon in 538 BC. C. The "chronicles", perhaps trying to encourage the returned exiles, relate the construction and dedication of Solomon's temple and recall the wisdom and power of this great king. Most of the book, however, focuses on the reality of Judah's fall into sin that led them into exile. Judah had several kings faithful to God, especially Hezekiah and Josiah, but still converted to sin. However, God remained faithful to His covenant people. The book also records the decree of Cyrus King of Persia that allowed the exiled Jews to return to their Promised Land.

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