The kings of Judah typologically point to the perfect king and fulfillment of the Davidic Covenant, Jesus Christ.
The doctrines of the Two Kingdoms and the Ordo Salutis with the doctrinal and ethical distinctions they entail are still critically important for a biblically sound account of the nature of the Christian life and its relation to the Reformed system of doctrine.
Even in one of the darkest moments of redemptive history we see the Lord's preserving work.
The Father was silent as His Son died, but as soon as Jesus' lips fell silent the Father spoke by profound deeds.
In light of their OT prophetic background, the letters to the churches in Revelation are modeled as covenant lawsuits.
Evangelicalism, in practice, is losing its interest in God and the grand story of his saving work in Jesus Christ.