Commentary on Kings and Chronicles
A Commentary on First and Second Kings with Parallel Notes from the Chronicles
God's relationship with His people has always been a rather tenuous one in spite of the tremendous love and instruction that has and does flow from above. Mans's response has ranged from complete submission to complete rebellion and everywhere in between. Nowhere is this seen more evident than in this volume of insights into the lives of those within the sphere of Kings and Chronicles.
Clayton Winters has done a masterful job of making even the most difficult of passages readily understandable and meaningful as he weaves a most beautiful tapestry of instruction. You will appreciate the care of the writer in making this volume usable for the novice and the mature alike. His method of presentation is both logically and structurally sound in the combining of parallel accounts of scripture into one central discussion. The comments included are both of a probing and a practical nature.
--from the foreword