Matthew 8-15: New Testament Commentary (MacArthur New

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In Judges the children of Dan are said to have set up a graven image (Judg.18:30). Below the platform knelt the worshipper who was to be initiated. In the preface to his book On Origins, Rufinus adjures in the sight of God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, anyone who reads or copies his book, not to add, subtract, insert, or alter anything. John Phillips New Testament Commentaries: New Testament John Phillips New Testament Commentaries: New Testament Available for Special Order Only.

Pages: 512

Publisher: Moody Publishers; New Edition edition (February 8, 1987)

ISBN: 0802407633

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When in his dispute with the Sadducees concerning resurrection Jesus cites the passage, "I am the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob," to prove that the Patriarchs shall come to life again, because "God is the God of the living, not of the dead," the argument fails to convince the believer in Scripture; but when Gamaliel refers the Sadducees to Deut. xi. 21, or Ex. vi. 4, ".. . the land which the Lord sware unto your fathers to give them," the argument is logical and convincing: "The dead can not receive, but they shall live again to receive the land" (Sanh. 90b) New Testament Alive! download online I have used these commentaries extensively and can recommend them as conservative and reliable , e.g. Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the Romans He wrote a monograph on Paul in 1997 (Paul, the Law, and Justification, Hendrickson, now reprinted by Wipf & Stock, 2006). Kruse is not a representative of the New Perspective (which would not be expected in a series edited by D. Carson), but he does not march lock-step with the traditional view of Paul either. This provides something of a fresh perspective on Romans, a fairly readable commentary which is focused on the text of Romans without being overly distracted by the current scholarly debate on the relationship between Paul and Judaism Sermons Or Tractates On The Gospel According To St. John (With Active Table of Contents) download epub. The Complete Jewish Bible and Jewish New Testament Commentary challenge Christians to rediscover their Jewish connection, and Jews to discover their Jewish Messiah , e.g. THE MARRIAGE FEAST AT CANA: download epub Several views, all possible, have been presented, but the most probable explanation is that Matthew gives the line of Joseph, the legal line, and that Luke gives the line of Mary, the mother of our Lord , cited: 1,2 Thessalonians (The read here There follows the vision of the three angels, the angel with the summons to worship the true God (Rev. 14:6-7), the angel who foretells the doom of Rome (Rev. 14:8), and the angel who foretells the judgment and destruction of those who have denied their faith and worshipped the beast (Rev. 14:9-12) , e.g. The Ultimate Commentary On 1 download epub

Surely in simple gratitude you can give him this formal act of worship." There are always excellent arguments why the Church should compromise with the world; but the fact remains that, when it does, Christ is betrayed again. (ii) This beast brings it about that those who will not worship will be killed Analytical Exposition of Paul the Apostle to the Romans: Barnabas and others also attach to it the typology Zechariah 12:10 (�And I will pour out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of compassion and supplication, so that when they look on him whom they have pierced, they shall mourn for him as one mourns for an only child, and weep bitterly over him as one weeps over a firstborn�) because of the catchword �piercing,� derived from the reeds and thorns of the scapegoat ritual.� From this it was a natural step to page through Zechariah to 3:1-5 and to associate the scapegoat-savior Jesus with the high priest Jesus (Joshua) , e.g. 1 Corinthians: Explanatory download for free An Israelite could pass through the Court of the Women and enter into the Court of the Israelites, but no further The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians (The New International Commentary on the New Testament) The First and Second Epistles to the.

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Do not let your freedom become an opportunity for the flesh, but rather marry it to service in love for each other. 14- The entirety of the law is summed up in the single logos of, “love your neighbor as yourself.” 15- But if you keep biting and clawing at each other; watch yourselves, you will be consumed by each other. 16- Live life in the Spirit, walking in love, and the desires of the flesh shall have no hold on you. 17- For the Spirit and the Flesh are in opposition and it makes it difficult to live by the Spirit and enact the love of the Spirit. 18- But if you walk and live through the Spirit, you are no longer subjects of the law. 19- Life through the flesh is committed to fornication, impurity, licentiousness, 20- the worship of idols, sorcery, hostility, quarreling, jealousy, indignation and rage, selfish ambition, dissension, heresy, 21- envy, drunkenness, rioting, and other things along these same lines that I have previously warned you about, and those who practice these things are not ushering in the kingdom. 22- But the life that lives by the Spirit is focused on love, rejoicing, oneness and peace, longsuffering, gentleness and uprightness, goodness, assurance, 23- meekness, temperance, there is no law that stands against these things. 24- Those who belong to Christ have willingly crucified their own flesh and desires. 25- And if we are to live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit. 26- And let us act in love and resist all of the arrogance, and the envious eyes, and the provoking actions online. There, Nehemiah discovered that the people were doing many wrong things , source: The Communicator's Commentary: read pdf read pdf.

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There Elisha dispatched his disciple Gehazi with his own potent staff to restore the Shunammite�s dead son, but he could not (2 Kings 4:31) , cited: Feeding on the Bread of Life: Preaching and Praying John 6 Then he arranged a big meeting to deal with the problem. The rich people were the chief men and the officials James, Brother of Jesus, and read for free He made repeated attempts to murder her--by poison, by causing the roof of her house to collapse, by sending her to sea in a boat designed to break up A Commentary on the Letter read here But it was especially important for the priests to know about their *ancestors. They could only do their special work if they were genuine *descendants of Aaron, the brother of Moses A suggestive commentary on St. read epub Though this distinction did not occur to Philo, his exegesis served to tide over the difficulty for the time amongst the Hellenistic Jews, and had great influence on Origen and other Alexandrian Christian writers. In order to get on the main lines of Jewish interpretation it is necessary to turn to the Holy Land Hebrews: A Commentary (The New read for free In fact, he said that they were literally false, but allegorically true. He did not make the distinction between natural and revealed religion. For example, Pagan systems may have natural religion highly developed, but, from a Judeo-Christian point of view, with much concomitant error. His exegesis served to tide over the difficulty for the time amongst the Hellenistic Jews, and had great influence on Origen of Alexandria and other Alexandrian Christian writers , source: Augsburg Commentary on the New Testament: Luke Thus Paul sees the work of the Spirit in Christians as a fulfillment of these prophesies, and a major sign of the New Covenant. Paul is also drawing a contrast between the Spirit and the written Law, saying that true Judaism is from the Spirit, not the Law. Apart from Rom 5:5 (which will be discussed later), the next reference to the Spirit (Rom 7:5-6) continues the contrast between the Law and the Spirit, and introduces two large sections developing those themes; Rom 7:7-25 and Rom 8:1-13 Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, New Testament II: Mark (Vol 2) read epub. God was it's author, and the NT writers believed that what was written then still had meaning for their day and time The Gospel According To Matthew: 2016 Brown Trail School of Preaching Lectures The NIGTC volumes are painfully expensive (thus a few volumes in the series I still do not have), but really very good for the most part The Book of Ephesians: Paul's Letter to the Church at Ephesus (Daily Bible Reading Series 17) read pdf. Some of the people could not prove who their *ancestors were. God appointed the *descendants of Aaron (who was the brother of Moses) to be priests. So the priests had to prove that they were *descendants of Aaron , cited: Hebrews: An Interpretation (Subsidia Biblica) This valuable resource greatly aids the reader in interpreting Scripture with Scripture. It contains brief chapter summaries with dates and other notes. Originally printed in a 700+ page book, the entire reference is available within this module Paul's Epistle to the Romans, Vol 1 (Volume 1) download pdf. Collins, Raymond F. 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus (NTL). New York: Doubleday, 1990. *Towner, Philip H. The Letters to Timothy and Titus (NICNT). Letters and Homilies for Hellenized Christians, vol. 1: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on Titus, 1-2 Timothy and 1-3 John. Spencer, Aída B. 2 Timothy and Titus (NCCS) , e.g. The Gospel of John: An Exposition (Commentaries on the New Testament Books) The men whom Nehemiah chose were honest men. These men looked after the special holy rooms. These rooms were special because these rooms stored the *tithes and gifts only. The men that Nehemiah chose shared these things with the priests and the *Levites. v14 �You know what I have done, my God , source: Lectures on the Book of Revelation (Ironside Commentary Series 45)

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