2 Chronicles, 35

2 Chronicles, 35

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2 Chronicles 35 is a chapter that focuses on the events surrounding the celebration of the Passover in Jerusalem. King Josiah, who had recently come to power, was determined to restore the worship of the Lord in the city and to bring the people back to the Lord. He ordered the priests and Levites to prepare for the celebration of the Passover and to make sure that it was done according to the Law of Moses. The chapter goes on to describe the preparations that were made for the celebration. The Levites were given instructions to cleanse the temple and to make sure that all of the vessels were in order. They were also instructed to make sure that the people were properly prepared for the celebration. The chapter then goes on to describe the actual celebration of the Passover. The people gathered in the temple and offered sacrifices to the Lord. They also sang praises to the Lord and celebrated the feast with great joy. The chapter ends with a reminder that Josiah was faithful to the Lord and that he kept the commandments of the Lord. This is an important reminder for us today that we should be faithful to the Lord and keep His commandments. We should also remember the joy that comes from celebrating the Passover and the importance of keeping the Lord's commandments.


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Key characters in 2 Chronicles, 35


God

Israel

David

Moses

Judah

Jerusalem

Egypt

Levi

Aaron

Solomon

Jeremiah

Samuel

Shem

Josiah

Shema

Shemaiah

Zechariah

Asaph

Hilkiah

Hema

Jehiel

Heman

Jeiel

Conan

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