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Welwyn Commentary Series - Daniel - Dare To Stand Alone

Welwyn Commentary Series - Daniel - Dare To Stand Alone

by Stuart Olyott

The book of Daniel is full of practical help – especially for believers who find themselves standing alone in the classroom or at work, or among their family and friends. Daniel tells us how to remain true to God in a hostile environment, and shows us how to live for him when everything is against us. Daniel dared to stand alone. So can we. &… Read more…

Welwyn Commentary Series - Ecclesiastes & Song of Solomon A Life Worth Living

Welwyn Commentary Series - Ecclesiastes & Song of Solomon A Life Worth Living

by Stuart Olyott

Has life really any meaning? Our time in this world is comparatively short. The earthly stage remains, but different actors are constantly passing across it. Generations come and go, but nothing is ultimately different. This is how many people see life, and Solomon identifies with them. But is life really pointless? If not, what is its tru… Read more…

Welwyn Commentary Series - Ephesians Alive In Christ

Welwyn Commentary Series - Ephesians Alive In Christ

by Stuart Olyott

Ephesians is powerful spiritual fuel for every believer! Beginning with the great, heart-warming teaching of the opening chapters, Paul presents the riches the Christian has in the Lord Jesus Christ.Here are inexhaustible ‘heights of love and depths of peace.’ But in addition to rich doctrine this letter has an immensely practical dimension. If you want … Read more…

Welwyn Commentary Series - Romans - The Gospel as it Really Is

Welwyn Commentary Series - Romans - The Gospel as it Really Is

by Stuart Olyott

Perhaps no other part of Scripture has had as profound an influence on the story of the Christian church as Paul’s epistle to the Romans. Luther said of Romans, ‘It can never be read or considered too much or too well, and the more it is handled, the more delightful it becomes and the better it tastes.’ This epistle is not a document… Read more…