Any story featuring God is going to be filled with moments of admiration. After all, the Almighty is pretty big into the whole adoring and worshipping thing. But God isn't the main focus for the author's reverence here. Nope. King David takes that honor. In other Bible stories, David's a flawed character. But in Chronicles, we've got nothing but admiration for him. Can you say hagiography?
Questions About Admiration
Sure, the author digs God, but David gets most of his praise. Why do you think that is?
Is too much admiration a bad thing? Is that why it's important for David to also be so humble?
How does the author compare David to other kings like Saul and Solomon? Who is most admired?