When King Solomon prayed to dedicate the temple he had built, he knelt down and "spread out his hands toward heaven" (2 Chron.
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5:1-3) Parallel in Chronicles (I Chron.
9:1-3) David and Philistines (II Sam.
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9:26; 1 Kings 18:4, 13; 19:10, 14; 2 Chron.
36:15-16; Lives of the Prophets 1:1; 2:1; 6:2; etc.; Asc.
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But if Cyrus (2 Chron.
36:22-23) and subsequent Achaemenid monarchs are viewed by the Chronicler as the divinely authorized successors to the dynasties of Saul and David, in what sense does the Second Temple, the Temple of the Chronicler's own time, embody the Davidic promises?
Elsewhere (1 Chron.
5:4), Gog is a descendant of Reuben, eldest of the twelve sons of Jacob.