Perhaps no one passage of Scripture has suffered more at the hands of
expositors than Matthew Chapter 24. Amillennialists generally insist
upon a figurative interpretation of the passage, or claim that almost
every event described transpired in AD 70.Postmillennialists
have a very serious pr..
Combining homiletical warmth and personal application, Candlish gives a
sound and faithful exposition of the First Epistle of John.Author: Robert S. CandlishPublisher: KregelYear: 1992ISBN 13: 9780825423338 Number of Pages: 444Format: Paperback..
An exhaustive and carefully expounded, verse-by-verse commentary, this
work is prefaced by an informative and concise time-line chart to show
the reader at a glance the chronology of events recorded in this
important and pivotal New Testament book. This book was first published
examines such rich themes as the Fatherhood of God, the character of
the Son and the ministry of the Holy Spirit in these pages. This will
allow the reader to study with both scholarly and devotional depth of
the ’’Gospel of the Son of God.’’ Whitelaw’s commentary offers not only
In this section-by-section and verse-by-verse commentary, Dr. Jones
"draws out with characteristic skill and personnel lessons contained in
the gospel." His expository skill and devotional depth and sensitivity
make this a valuable work for all who seek guidance and practical
stimulus for li..
A complete examination of all major messianic passages in the Old
Testament. . . . A helpful exposition based upon careful exegesis and
containing practical applications of the text.Author: John A. BroadusPublisher: KregelYear: 1990ISBN 13: 9780825422836Number of Pages: 610Format: Paperback..
An excellent book dealing with the Book of Revelation from a Sovereign Grace Landmark position.Author: Edgar G. CookPublisher: Berea Baptist ChurchYear: 2010ISBN 13: 9781932879247Number of Pages: 197Format: Paperback..
was not the only antagonist who became not only a believer but, an
active servant of our Lord. James, the son of Alphaeus, according to
Gill, is a half brother of our Lord and brother of Judas. This Judas was
not the same as the one that betrayed Jesus, but also a half brother of
Epistle of Paul to Philemon is a very small New Testament Book. It is
nestled between the epistles to Titus and the Hebrews. However, though
this Book of Philemon is small, it is bursting with Meaning and with
important Knowledge that we, as Christians, ought to desire to attain
This book is a commentary on Ephesians 6:10-20. The book expounds on
Paul's teachings concerning the armour that the soldiers of Jesus Christ
must wear in order to fight in the cause of Christ.Author: Paul SteppPublisher: LuluYear: 2011ISBN 13: 9781458359971 Number of Pages: 149Format: Paperbac..