COMMENTS ON THE BOOKS OF FIRST & SECOND CORINTHIANS, L.M. GRANT- PaperbackThis commentart looks at First and Second Corinthians in a concise but accurate way. THere has been much confusion surrounding these two epistles written by the Apostle Paul. Varying interpretations and even enscrptural practices have been drawn from its contents. This is unfortunate because there is much profi the end of these two epistles!
There are not a lot of good commentaries available on the Prophet Jonah and there are even fewer which look at Jonah from a practical perspective. This little commentary—although written many years ago—provides us a fresh perspective
on this portion of Scripture. Its focus is to look at Jonah personally, as the servant of the Lord, and the practical lessons which can be learned and applied for all who endeavor to serve Christ.
The Epistle to the Hebrews opens up the Scriptures for us—especially the Old Testament book of Leviticus. It aids us in understanding the “types,” such as then animal sacrifices and other things connected with the Old Covenant. In a marvelous way, it presents the greatness of Christ and how He surpasses the shadows of the Law.
STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF RUTH, W.J. HOCKING - PaperbackThe Book of Ruth is one of the smaller historical Books
of the Bible. Ruth was a Gentile, a Moabitess, who exhibited piety and faithfulness to God in an
unexpected manner and in difficult circumstances.
It contains analogies to great future events in the national history of Israel in its four brief
TALES OF GREAT TRUTH, G. A. NEILSON PaperbackIllustrations were effectively used by the greatest preachers of the past and of today. The Lord
Jesus Himself, used parables and illustrations in His ministry. The following illustrations have
been gathered from a wide source and will save time for those who desire to have a collection of pithy stories
at their ﬁngertips.
THE PROPHETS-GOD'S MESSENGERS, EUGENE P. VEDDER, JR.- PaperbackTHE PROPHETS God's Messengers is a concise, scriptural look at the prophets of the Bible, both in the New and Old Testaments. The author first looks at the less well-known prophets who had not actually any prophecies as such, some of these prophets are only mentioned briefly in the Bible. Then he takes up the more prominent prophets, who have written whole books in the Bible, and recorded extensive prophecies.
THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD -J.N.DARBY-PaperbackThe articles deal with many aspects of divine righteousness : the
true nature of justification, the Christian’s relationship to the
Law, and related subjects. Of particular interest is the matter of
so called imputed righteousness. The teaching that the Christian
is under the “moral law” is dealt with in several of the articles.