The Shrimad Bhagavatham is considered as the jusice of the fruit of Bhakti. It is considered as the most matured and ripe knowledge that is transmitted only because of Bhakti. The Bhagavatham talks about the glories of the Lord and His devotees. There are many speakers of the Bhagavatham according to Vedic Lord and chief among them as Sukadeva Goswami and Suta Goswami
Bhakti is universal and the highest of all mellows. Jnana can only be considered as a variation within Bhakti, as a by product of deep Bhakti. Jnana devoid of Bhakti can never bring total fulfilment. Bhakti revolves around appreciation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead to the exclusion of everything else. Even in the entire creation, the thing of beauty is in the Creator alone. This is the central theme of Bhakti.
The conversation between Sage Vishwamitra and King Dasharath about sending Sri Rama to the forest along with the sage has many dimenisons. The event displays the love of a father towards His son, the Supreme Personality. It displays Bhakti, because the son is none other than the Supreme Personality of Godhead. The sage on the other hand is concerned about establishing that the small boy is the Supreme Person while Dasharath is happy with this cognisance that the boy is just his son.
The Yaksha Prashnam incident that transpired Between the Yaksha and Yudhishthira covers the entire gamut of Dharma and Satya that lays the foundation to an ideal and yet practical life for man in Kaliyuga to follow. Even listening or reading about the incident can clear many of the common doubts we have about everyday life.