1 & 2 Corinthians by John HeadingThe author explains the important truths of these letters and sets them out in relation to behavior, order and relationships in the local church.
1 & 2 Thessalonians by H.A.IronsideIt was said of Mr Ironside's writings, "They are not too deep, and seldom wrong". In 1 Thessalonians, the blessed hope of the coming of the Lord occupies a very prominent place. It is mentioned in each of the five chapters, with a vivid description of the rapture in chapter 4. In the second epistle, Paul comforts the saints regarding the timing of "the day of the Lord" and what conditions would be prevalent on earth before that takes place.
1 Corinthians by H.A.IronsideIt was said of Mr Ironside's writings, "They are not too deep, and seldom wrong". This volume is no exception. The author follows an outline of two parts: (1)Serious Problems Addressed (Chs.1 to 6);
(2)Specific Questions Answered (Chs.7 to 16). These two parts are then sub-divided into a number of sub-divisions.
1 Samuel by John M. RiddleThis book represents the substance of Bible class discussions, and it does not purport to be a commentary in the usual sense of the word. In fact, the original notes were written without any thought of publication.
2 Samuel by John M. RiddleThis book represents the substance of Bible class discussions, and it does not purport to be a commentary in the usual sense of the word. In fact, the original notes were written without any thought of publication.
According to Luke by David GoodingDavid Gooding presents the truth of Luke's gospel in a unique way. He divides the account into two parts: (1)His Coming from Heaven to earth; (2)His Going [back] from earth to Heaven. In his introductory notes, the author writes: "The .... eternal Son of God came to our world and became a man like us so that He might secure for us here in this world forgiveness, wholeness, peace with God, and the certainty that God's will shall eventually be done on earth even as it is done in Heaven."
Acts by H.A.IronsideIt was said of Mr Ironside's writings, "They are not too deep, and seldom wrong". In the introduction, we read, "A careful study of the contents of this great bookwill take us back to the beginning (of the church age) and show us the path that the Lord has marked out for His church on earth.
An Unshakeable Kingdom by David Gooding"A warm, practical and readable guide to Hebrews". - Eerdmans. The sub-title to the book is "Rock Solid Truth in Uncertain Times". Mr Gooding concentrates on the epistle's broad themes and also pays attention to passages that pastoralexperience shows many people find difficult or even disturbing. Above all, the author aims to help the reader catch sight of the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Analytical Studies in the Psalms by A.G.ClarkThis commentary had its beginning during three months of solitary confinement in World War II. Many hours were profitably occupied in making an anylytical study of the book of Psalms. Notes were written on any scraps of paper available.After the war, these notes were expanded and revised and are the contents of this book.
Bible Handbook by Walter ScottA considerable range of subjects are introduced, numerous points of interest briefly presented and much Biblical information imparted in a condensed form.This work includes the following: (1)A chapter devoted to each book of the Bible; (2)Charts, sketches of principle persons, places and subjects with Scripture references; (3)Many topics related to Biblical geography, history, and prophesy.
Collected Writings of William Hoste Vol.1The first volume of a series of "Collected Writings of William Hoste" deals with devotional matters, focusing on the Person and Work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Among other subjects are chapters on the Messiah, Divine Revelations before the Incarnation, and the Christ of God.
Colossians by H.A.IronsideIt was said of Mr Ironside's writings, "They are not too deep, and seldom wrong". This book is consistent with that comment. In Mr Gaebelein's introductory notes, he points out the key to the epistle, which is ch.2:9-10: "In Him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. And ye are complete in Him, which is the head of all principality and power". With this line of truth, the apostle refutes the agnostic teachings that the Colossian Christians were being subjected to.
Concise Bible Atlas by J.Carl LaneyThe sub-title of this book is "A Geographical Survey of Bible History". This popular-level historical and geographicalsurvey of the Bible combines a vivid, easy-to-read commentary with thirty-nine maps and over fifty photographs. The material is based on thorough research, including the author's personal visit to the Holy Land. Fifteen historical periods are discussed, including the Intertestamental Period, the Post-Apostolic Period (A.D.70 to the present), as well as the Old and New Testament periods. Scripture and subject indexes conclude this handy survey.
Concise Bible DictionaryAs well as identifying people and places, this dictionary contains seven additional features, as follows: (1)Ashort survey of each book of the Bible; (2)The doctrines of Christianity: (3)The dispensational dealings of God; (4)An Outline of Prophesy; (5)The Feasts and Offerings; (6)Chronological Tables and Maps; (7)A study of some key New Testament Synonyms.