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Bible (Reina Valera) 12: Segundo Libro de los Reyes

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The Second Book of Kings in the Reina-Valera Bible is a powerful and timeless work of literature that continues the story of Israel's monarchy in vivid detail. This book delves into the reigns of various kings, both righteous and wicked, and emphasizes the importance of staying faithful to God's commandments.

The narrative is engaging and moves at a quick pace, making it easy for readers to stay invested in the story. The language is poetic and evocative, adding depth and beauty to the text. Throughout the book, there are valuable lessons about obedience, faith, and the consequences of straying from God's path.

One of the standout features of this book is the portrayal of the prophets Elijah and Elisha, who perform miraculous deeds and serve as powerful instruments of God's will. Their stories are compelling and offer a profound look at the role of prophecy in ancient Israel.

Overall, the Second Book of Kings in the Reina-Valera Bible is a must-read for anyone interested in biblical literature or looking to deepen their understanding of the Old Testament. It is a classic work that continues to resonate with readers of all backgrounds and beliefs. Highly recommended.

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El Segundo libro de los Reyes continúa la saga de desobediencia comenzada en el Primer libro de los Reyes, alrededor del 850 a. C. con la conclusión del ministerio profético de Elías en Israel y el comienzo de la obra de su sucesor, Eliseo. Israel avanzó en espiral hacia abajo en su infidelidad, finalmente fue derrotado y dispersado por los asirios en 722. Judá, el reino del sur, tenía varios reyes que confiaban en Dios e intentaron hacer reformas. Pero después de muchos años de las advertencias de Dios a través de Isaías y otros profetas, los pecados de Judá fueron castigados y fue conquistada por Babilonia alrededor de 605 y finalmente la caída de Jerusalén en 586. El pueblo fue exiliado a Babilonia durante setenta años, tal como lo profetizó Jeremías. Dios se mantuvo fiel a su pacto a pesar de la infidelidad de Su pueblo. El autor de 2 Reyes es desconocido.

English Translation: Second Kings continues the saga of disobedience begun in First Kings, around 850 BC. C. with the conclusion of Elijah's prophetic ministry in Israel and the beginning of the work of his successor, Elisha. Israel spiraled down in its infidelity, was finally defeated and dispersed by the Assyrians in 722. Judah, the southern kingdom, had several kings who trusted in God and tried to make reforms. But after many years of God's warnings through Isaiah and other prophets, Judah's sins were punished by the conquest of Babylon around 605 and finally in the fall of Jerusalem in 586. The people were exiled to Babylon for seventy years, as Jeremiah prophesied. God remained faithful to His covenant despite the infidelity of His people. The author of 2 Kings is unknown.

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