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Welwyn Commentary Series - Joel Prophet Of The Coming Day

Welwyn Commentary Series - Joel Prophet Of The Coming Day

by O. Palmer Robertson

For such a short book the prophecy of Joel deals with weighty matters that continue to have significance even today. The certainty and severity of God’s judgements that are to fall first on God’s own people and then on all the nations of the world, and the prominence of the Day of the Lord in the purposes and plans of God, all display the lordship of God… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Joshua - Strong And Courageous

Welwyn Commentary Series - Joshua - Strong And Courageous

by John D. Currid

The central theme of the book of Joshua is that God keeps his promises. Joshua records how God was true to his word in helping Israel take possession of the promised land. What now for them? God does not leave them to carry on in their own strength. Christians, like Joshua, are to be strong and courageous, no matter what we may face - we can be because God i… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Jude - Slandering The Angels

Welwyn Commentary Series - Jude - Slandering The Angels

by John Benton

In a society where the claim that we can know absolute truth is dismissed as ridiculous, and moral standards are disregarded if they interfere with personal enjoyment, the church is under threat in two ways. Tired of swimming against the tide, it can be tempted to throw away its commitment to biblical standards of behavior and to the uniqueness of Christ as … Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Judges Ruth Even In Darkness

Welwyn Commentary Series - Judges Ruth Even In Darkness

by Gordon J. Keddie

The period of the Judges was an evil one, requiring hard words for hard times. The people of Israel had rejected their God for the desire of an earthly ruler, and had rebelled against his laws. Yet even in this time of unbelief and hypocrisy, God raised up men and women to call his people back to a personal faith in the living God. The author, in taking u… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Lamentations - Great Is Your Faithfulness

Welwyn Commentary Series - Lamentations - Great Is Your Faithfulness

by Richard Brooks

Lamentations is not familiar territory for many Christians, yet it deals searchingly with abiding themes such as the spiritual glory of the church and the tragedy when this is lost. It is a book that speaks directly to the confused Christianity and evangelicalism of our present day. The author applies the lessons of backsliding Judah to contemporary Christia… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Luke Saving a Fallen World

Welwyn Commentary Series - Luke Saving a Fallen World

by Michael Bentley

More than any of the other Gospel writers, Luke shows us the Lord dealing with individual people and how their lives were changed as a result of their personal encounter with him. These people came from all ranks of society: the rugged fisherman, the poor widow, the wealthy tax collector, the ruler of the synagogue, the Roman centurion. As the only New Testa… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Matthew - The King & His Kingdom

Welwyn Commentary Series - Matthew - The King & His Kingdom

by John D. Legg

According to Christ himself, the Christian’s priority must be to seek the kingdom of God. The aim of Matthew’s Gospel, and therefore of this commentary is to be both Christ-centred and practical. Its focus is the King and his kingdom. The structure of this commentary is based on the five lengthy discourses each of which deals with an aspect of Christ… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Psalms Vol 1

Welwyn Commentary Series - Psalms Vol 1

by Philip Eveson

The Psalms continue to have an enormous influence on people’s lives all round the world and down the centuries they have brought comfort and encouragement to countless millions of people. Dag Hammarskjold, the second Secretary-General of the United Nations, died in a plane crash in 1961. His briefcase was recovered from the crash site and among the item… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Psalms Vol 2

Welwyn Commentary Series - Psalms Vol 2

by Philip Eveson

In Psalms Volume 2, Philip Eveson brings his skills as an Old Testament scholar, blended with a warm pastor’s heart to produce a work that will serve the student, the preacher/teacher and the devotional reader equally well. 'As in his commentary on Genesis, Philip Eveson has done a superb work in his two-volume Commentary on the Psalms. He has provided … Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Revelation - The Lamb Is All The Glory

Welwyn Commentary Series - Revelation - The Lamb Is All The Glory

by Richard Brooks

The book of Revelation is the glorious culmination of Scripture. Everything focuses on the one who is the Lord of glory — Jesus Christ. As Joel Beeke observes, 'Richard Brooks comes afresh to the message of Revelation with a warm, pastoral exposition that feeds the hearts as well as the mind of the reader. This volume is practical, clearly written, and eas… Read more…

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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 intended only f… Read more…

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Welwyn Commentary Series - Ruth - From Bitter To Sweet

Welwyn Commentary Series - Ruth - From Bitter To Sweet

by John D. Currid

The book of Ruth has been called an ancient 'biblical Cinderella story' in which Ruth finds her prince: a rags-to-riches fairy tale. It is a wonderful short story. Many people throughout the ages have been touched by the sweetness and kindness so evident in the episode. Yet, as Peter Barnes observes, though the author does not push too much Boaz as a type of… Read more…

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