2 Chronicles 36 is a chapter that recounts the history of the kings of Judah from the time of King Josiah to the Babylonian exile. It begins with the reign of King Josiah, who was a righteous king who sought to restore the worship of the Lord in Judah. He was succeeded by his son Jehoahaz, who was deposed by Pharaoh Neco and replaced by his brother Jehoiakim. Jehoiakim was a wicked king who refused to listen to the warnings of the prophets and continued to lead Judah into idolatry and rebellion against God.
The chapter then recounts the reign of Jehoiachin, who was only eighteen when he became king. He too was wicked and refused to listen to the warnings of the prophets. As a result, God allowed the Babylonians to conquer Judah and take Jehoiachin into exile. The chapter ends with the reign of Zedekiah, who was appointed king by the Babylonians. He too was wicked and refused to listen to the warnings of the prophets, and as a result, God allowed the Babylonians to conquer Judah and take Zedekiah into exile.
2 Chronicles 36 is a reminder of the consequences of disobedience to God. It shows us that when we turn away from God and refuse to listen to His warnings, He will allow us to suffer the consequences of our actions. It also serves as a warning to us to remain faithful to God and to heed His warnings, so that we may avoid the same fate as the kings of Judah.