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CONTENTS

THE SECOND BOOK OF SAMUEL

THE BRIGHT DAWN OF A REIGN (2 Samuel ii. 1-11)

ONE FOLD AND ONE SHEPHERD (2 Samuel v. 1-12)

DEATH AND LIFE FROM THE ARK (2 Samuel vi. 1-12)

THE ARK IN THE HOUSE OF OBED-EDOM (2 Samuel vi. 11)

THE PROMISED KING AND TEMPLE-BUILDER (2 Samuel vii. 4-16)

DAVID’S GRATITUDE (2 Samuel vii. 18-29)

DAVID AND JONATHAN’S SON (2 Samuel ix. 1-13)

‘MORE THAN CONQUERORS THROUGH HIM’ (2 Samuel x. 8-19)

THOU ART THE MAN (2 Samuel xii. 5-7)

DAVID AND NATHAN (2 Samuel xii. 13)

GOD’S BANISHED ONES (2 Samuel xiv. 14)

PARDONED SIN PUNISHED (2 Samuel xv. 1-12)

A LOYAL VOW (2 Samuel xv. 15)

ITTAI OF GATH (2 Samuel xv. 21)

THE WAIL OF A BROKEN HEART (2 Samuel xviii. 18-33)

BARZILLAI (2 Samuel xix. 34-37)

DAVID’S HYMN OF VICTORY (2 Samuel xxii. 40-51)

THE DYING KING’S LAST VISION AND PSALM (2 Samuel xxiii. 1-7)

THE ROYAL JUBILEE (2 Samuel xxiii. 3, 4)

A LIBATION TO JEHOVAH (2 Samuel xxiii. 15-17)

THE FIRST BOOK OF KINGS

DAVID APPOINTING SOLOMON (1 Kings i. 28-39)

A YOUNG MAN’S WISE CHOICE OF WISDOM (1 Kings iii. 5-l5)

THE GREAT GAIN OF GODLINESS (1 Kings iv. 25-34)

GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR A GREAT WORK (1 Kings v. 1-12)

BUILDING IN SILENCE (1 Kings vi. 7)

THE KING ‘BLESSING’ HIS PEOPLE (1 Kings viii. 51-63)

‘THE MATTER OF A DAY IN ITS DAY’ (1 Kings viii. 59)

PROMISES AND THREATENINGS (1 Kings ix. 1-9)

A ROYAL SEEKER AFTER WISDOM (1 Kings x. 1-13)

THE FALL OF SOLOMON (1 Kings xi. 4-13)

THE NEW GARMENT RENT (1 Kings xi. 26-43)

HOW TO SPLIT A KINGDOM (1 Kings xii. 1-17)

POLITICAL RELIGION (1 Kings xii. 25-33)

THE RECORD OF TWO KINGS (1 Kings xvi. 23-33)

A PROPHET’S STRANGE PROVIDERS (1 Kings xvii. 1-16)

ELIJAH STANDING BEFORE THE LORD (1 Kings xvii. 1)

OBADIAH (1 Kings xviii. 12)

THE TRIAL BY FIRE (1 Kings xviii. 25-39)

ELIJAH’S WEAKNESS, AND ITS CURE (1 Kings xix. 1-18)

PUTTING ON THE ARMOUR (1 Kings xx. 11)

ROYAL MURDERERS (1 Kings xxi. 1-16)

AHAB AND ELIJAH (1 Kings xxi. 20)

UNPOSSESSED POSSESSIONS (1 Kings xxii. 3)

AHAB AND MICAIAH (1 Kings xxii. 7, 8)

THE SECOND BOOK OF KINGS

THE CHARIOT OF FIRE (2 Kings ii. 1-11)

THE TRANSLATION OF ELIJAH AND THE ASCENSION OF CHRIST (2 Kings ii. 11; Luke xxiv. 51)

ELIJAH’S TRANSLATION AND ELISHA’S DEATHBED (2 Kings ii. 12; Kings xiii. II)

GENTLENESS SUCCEEDING STRENGTH (2 Kings ii. 13-22)

WHEN THE OIL FLOWS (2 Kings iv. 6)

A MIRACLE NEEDING EFFORT (2 Kings iv. 25-37)

NAAMAN’S WRATH (2 Kings v. 10, 11)

NAAMAN’S IMPERFECT FAITH (2 Kings v. 15-27)

SIGHT AND BLINDNESS (2 Kings vi. 3-18)

‘IMPOSSIBLE,—ONLY I SAW IT’ (2 Kings vii. 1-16)

SILENT CHRISTIANS (2 Kings vii. 9)

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