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This 86-page commentary on the prophet Malachi shows the spiritual problems already developing in his day which would prove to hinder the people from recognizing or accepting the Messiah four centuries later.
Luke was a doctor, one trained in healing people. His gospel uses many medical terms, and his underlying purpose was to heal the breaches between ethnic groups, between men and women, and between God and men. This commentary focuses upon Luke's gospel, but also integrates details from the other gospels, so that we get a more complete picture of the life of Christ and His ministry on earth.
Jesus manifested God's glory through 8 miraculous signs in the gospel of John. These are a revelation of the feast of tabernacles. A 5 book commentary on the Gospel of John.
This is volume 1 of a 2 volume set being made available as two books, with the first volume covering the first 8 chapters and the second volume covering the last 8 chapters. This first volume covers chapters 1-8. You will find the second volume listed below with it's viewing and ordering information as well. "In writing these books, it struck me that Paul's teaching on the salvation of all men is the natural outworking of the Love of God. That is why Paul first establishes the Love of God in Romans 5:7-10, and then he immediately shows us how this applies to all of creation. The result is "justification of life to all men" (5:18)"
This is the completion of the two volume set of our study in the Book of Romans. This is Volume 2 which covers chapters 9 through 16 and the completion of the revelation of God's Love through Paul in His epistle to the Romans.
An in depth 4 book commentary on First Corinthians. Book 1 deals with the first 6 chapters, Book 2 deals with chapters 7-11, Book 3 deals with chapters 12 and 13, and Book 4 deals with chapters 14-16.
An in-depth commentary/study on the second book of Corinthians
This is a verse-by-verse commentary on Paul's epistle to the Galatians, which was written to combat those Jewish Christians who were unable to leave the Old Covenant and adhere to the New Covenant. In their attempt to add the New Covenant to the Old, and to add Jesus to the temple system of animal sacrifices and other rituals, they had distorted the gospel.
A chapter by chapter examination of the Book of Hebrews; this book examines the ways in which God has moved towards a better covenant with man. The historical background of the Book of Hebrews as well as contextual discussions add insight and relevance to Hebrews.
Many in the past have wrestled with the supposed conflict between James and Paul over the issue of law and faith. Both agree that faith needs "fruit" to be considered genuine. Spiral bound book.
An in-depth commentary of the first epistle of John in the Bible.
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