He walked in the statutes of david his father, that is, in the statutes that david gave him, 1 kings 2:2, 1 kings 2:3 1 chronicles 28:9, 1 chronicles 28:10 (his dying father's charge was sacred, and as a law to him), or in god's statutes, which david his father walked in before him he kept close to god's ordinances, carefully observed them and diligently attended them. Though pastors will find the critical issues discussed of marginal worth, this is the best commentary on 1 kings to be produced in many years dilday, russell h one [and] two kings.
Dive deep into alfred, lord tennyson's idylls of the king with extended analysis, commentary, and discussion.
King lear was a powerful king and also one that was well respected, but as the play and movie develop there is evidence that shows other people do not respect him to the extent that he thought except in the movie it is visible when lear gets upset. The king is told that nathan the prophet has come, and he is sure to be always welcome to the king, especially when either he is not well or has any great affair upon his thoughts for, in either case, a prophet will be, in a particular manner, serviceable to him. The king and i has been revived in new york in 1956, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1977 (with brynner), 1985 (for brynner's farewell performance after a long tour), and 1996 the 1996 revival, directed by australian christopher renshaw and starring donna murphy and lou diamond phillips, was a radical re-examination of this show that was intelligent, sexy, and for many people, a genuine revelation.
Analysis of the speech more than 40 years ago, in august 1963, martin luther king electrified america with his momentous ‘i have a dream’ speech, dramatically delivered from the steps of the lincoln memorial.
1 kings 3 commentary, one of over 110 bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, filling six volumes, provides an exhaustive look at every verse in the bible.
The kings of babylon had hitherto been only deputies and tributaries to the kings of assyria, and nineveh was the royal city we find babylon subject to the king of assyria, 2 kings 17:24 but this king of babylon began to set up for himself, and by degrees things were so changed that assyria became subject to the kings of babylon.