The tenth book of the Old Testament, also known as the Second Book of Kings.

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Previous book: 1 Samuel | Next book: 1 Kings
Everything King James Bible

Lots of drama in this one! War between the houses of Saul and David! (2 Samuel 3) Plenty of smiting! (In 2 Samuel 5 through 2 Samuel 8 there's non-stop smiting!) Lots of violence (2 Samuel 4:12) and jealousy too (2 Samuel 13).

Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible
Book: 2 Samuel
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This Book is the history of the reign of King David. It
relates his victories, the growth of the prosperity of Israel,
and his reformation of the state of religion. With these events
are recorded the grievous sins he committed, and the family as
Well as public troubles with which he was punished. We here meet
with many things worthy of imitation, and many that are written
for our warning. The history of King David is given in Scripture
with much faithfulness, and from it he appears, to those who
fairly Balance his many virtues and excellent qualities against
his faults, to have been a great and good Man.

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