Audiobook: Bible (Reina Valera) 13: Primer Libro de Cr贸nicas (Version 2)

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Bible (Reina Valera) 13: Primer Libro de Cr贸nicas (Version 2)

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Primer Libro de Cr贸nicas

El Primer libro de Cr贸nicas, que junto con el Segundo Libro de Cr贸nicas, originalmente formaban parte de un solo libro, se escribieron despu茅s de que Jud谩 comenzara a regresar del exilio de Babilonia en 538 a. C. (1 Cr贸nicas 36:23). Este primer libro se centra principalmente en la historia de Jud谩, el reino del sur, del Israel dividido. El libro comienza con varias genealog铆as con especial 茅nfasis en David y Salom贸n, pero incluye el resto de las tribus. Las "cr贸nicas" nos transportan a continuaci贸n a la historia del reino bajo David, enfatizando el profundo y detallado inter茅s de David por la adoraci贸n a Dios y particularmente sus planes detallados para la construcci贸n del templo que ser铆a construido por su hijo Salom贸n. Es probable que el Primer Libro de Cr贸nicas se haya escrito para tranquilizar a los exiliados que regresaron de la continua fidelidad de Dios hacia su pueblo. Se desconoce su autor, pero se cree que Ezra pudo haber sido el escritor principal.

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First Chronicles
First Chronicles, which together with Second Chronicles were originally part of a single book, were written after Judah began to return from the Babylonian exile in 538 BC. C. (1 Chronicles 36:23). This first book focuses primarily on the history of Judah, the southern kingdom of the divided Israel. The book begins with several genealogies with special emphasis on David and Solomon, but includes the rest of the tribes. The "chronicles" then transport us to the history of the kingdom under David, emphasizing David's deep and detailed interest in the worship of God and particularly his detailed plans for the construction of the temple of the Lord that would be built by his son Solomon. The First Book of Chronicles was likely written to reassure the returned exiles of God's continued faithfulness to His people. Its author is unknown, but it is believed that Ezra may have been the main writer. (Summary by Claudia R Barrett)

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