Read More – The H.A. Ironside Preaching Bundle

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“It is a wicked thing to offer God anything for His salvation when it is already paid for by the Blood of His own precious Son. Do not insult Him by pleading any merit of your own, but come as a poor bankrupt sinner; confess you have nothing to offer and be willing to be saved by grace. Receive the gift so freely proffered.”

Dr. Harry A. Ironside was one of the most creative and articulate expositors of the 20th century. The H.A. Ironside Preaching Bundle from WORDsearch is a rare, hard-to-find collection of 70 volumes of Ironside’s work. Very few authors deliver the preacher useful sermon helps like Ironside.

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Read More – Preaching Christ Expository Series

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Once I realized the whole Bible, including the Old Testament, is about Christ, I was enthralled. I wanted to see all the symbolism throughout the books, and how it is all perfectly woven together in God’s plan revealed through Scripture.

The Preaching Christ Expository Series is a five-volume bundle focused on just that – helping you see Christ in any book of the Bible. What’s more is that these books help you preach and teach what you’ll learn.

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Read More – The Preacher’s Commentary

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Some Christians are heroes in their daydreams only. The characteristic mark of such heroism is imagining ourselves as faithful on great and public occasions and in rarefied atmospheres when others will be impressed. In stark contrast, true faithfulness in Scripture is first exercised in small things and in private. If we fail there, any faithfulness we show in public will be hypocrisy, a performance for the crowd and not an expression of loyalty to our Lord.

Daniel and his three friends were under intense pressure. Their consciences (educated by God’s Word and devoted to it) were under attack. The pressures to conform were intense. No doubt there were others, Jerusalem-born like themselves, who laughed at their sensitivities. What harm would good food do them, or new names? It is interesting and instructive to see their response. – The Preacher’s Commentary, Daniel

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Read More – IVP Bible Background Commentary

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To understand the Bible, understanding the cultural background of each passage is important in helping you to know the author’s purpose for writing the book and why they did.

The IVP Bible Background Commentary is a unique, accessible commentary that helps you discover what it was like to actually be there when you are reading the Bible. Verse-by-verse, you are given all the background information you need to understand the local manners and customs of ancient times and cultures. You’ll become aware of what the people in the Bible were thinking and what was going on in their daily lives. Reading this work will shed valuable light that will even help your other commentaries make more sense.

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Read More – The Word Biblical Commentary

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The Word Biblical Commentary (WBC) is 62 volumes of excellent scholarship, and each volume offers accurate, focused, and inspiring commentary. Instead of having one dominant focus like other commentaries, the WBC is expositional, critical, homiletical, and devotional all at once, and also provides summaries and applications.

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Read More – How Is Jesus Superior to Moses?

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On the other hand, the author argues, Jesus has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses. It is difficult to appreciate just how powerfully radical a statement that would have been to first-century Jewish ears. The author provides perspective, explaining that the builder of the house is necessarily greater than the house he builds. While Moses belonged to the house of Israel, the chosen family of faith, that household had been built by the Messiah. His faithfulness proved flawless.

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