Chronicles, not Malachi, stands at the end of the Hebrew Bible. And Chronicles is unique because it is the only book that attempts to interpret the whole Old Testament from beginning to end. Also, there is more about the kingdom of God in Chronicles than in any other Old Testament book, except Daniel. As the last book of the Old Testament (in the Hebrew Bible), it also parallels Revelation, the last book of the New Testament. They both climax with the kingdom of God being modeled by temple. In these two sessions, the symbolism of the temple is explored, particularly as a model of the whole meta-narrative of human history and how we locate ourselves within it. If we do, we can live joyfully in the Fathers house now and also extend it to the ends of the earth.