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Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) preached his first sermon at the age of sixteen and became pastor of his first church at age eighteen. By age twenty-two he was the most popular preacher of his day, speaking to crowds of ten thousand people. In 1861, his congregation of the New Park Street Baptist Church built the Metropolitan Tabernacle, which seated six thousand people. Spurgeon ministered there until shortly before his death. Spurgeon published more than two thousand sermons in his lifetime. He also built Sunday schools and churches, founded the Pastor's College, established Stockwell orphanage, which housed five hundred children, and was president of a society devoted to giving out Bibles and gospel tracts.
John Wesley (1703-1791), founder of Methodism, searched for years to find peace with God. Despite his position as a priest in the Anglican church, his involvement in the 'Holy Club' his brother, Charles, had founded, and his ardent attempts to live a pure life, it was not until 1738 that John Wesley found the peace he sought. On May 24, 1738 at a Moravian meeting in London, John Wesley came to understand that peace can only be found through faith in Christ. For the next fifty-three years, John Wesley preached the gospel from his own experience and relationship with Christ. Along with George Whitefield and Charles Wesley, he began a revival campaign that swept over the borders of England into other parts of Europe and finally into the United States.
Matthew Henry (1662-1714), clergyman and Bible commentator, began reading the Bible at the age of three. He learned Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and French, and later studied law. In 1687, though, he was ordained as a Presbyterian minister and served in that capacity in different locations until his death. He was a loving pastor, a student of God's word, and a gifted writer. Matthew Henry is best known for his commentary on the whole Bible. His notes, marked by a strong emphasis on practical living and devotion, remain as insightful and relevant as they were almost three hundred years ago.
Number of Pages: 961
Vendor: AMG Publishers
Publication Date: 2003
|Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 (inches)|
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Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible, Complete and Unabridged in 6 Volumes, with CD-ROMHendrickson Publishers / Hardcover$49.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 24 Reviews
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Parallel Commentary, 2 VolumesAMG Publishers / Hardcover$46.99 Retail:
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Always seekingVicksburg, MSAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5This book is very beneficial.December 20, 2012Always seekingVicksburg, MSAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
I have enjoyed this commentary so much. To have viewpoints of three of the greats in one book at your fingertips is very helpful. I have already bought another for a fellow minister. I would recommend this to anyone,minister or lay person, to enhance your studies.
His PrincessAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5So so..October 18, 2012His PrincessAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3
The book is great for all intended purposes.. However, it is just to big and bulky.. It is very heavy and would have been much better in a paperback.
ChristopherDenton County, TexasAge: 35-44Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Outstanding content but top heavy...July 15, 2012ChristopherDenton County, TexasAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4
I absolutely love how the Parallel Commentary on the NT is situated on the pages, the 3 greats chosen is a wonderful combination and they compliment each other real well. I like how the related sermon of Charles Spurgeon appears next to the scripture.
But the book is a bit top heavy, the book is thick and hard to get to sit flat for bible study, at the risk of sounding nitpicky I would have loved for the volume to be bigger rather than so tall. But for those who like to hold the volume in your hands and read it is good for that, but even then still too thick.
JessieMichiganAge: 25-345 Stars Out Of 5Amazing!March 19, 2011JessieMichiganAge: 25-34Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
My husband got me this book for my birthday, and I just received it today. I started to read, and instantly fell in love with it. This is a must have for anyone who has committed their lives to being a student of the Bible. I didn't even know this product existed, and I am so glad my husband took some time out of his day to search through several books to surprise me with this one :)
Jonathan5 Stars Out Of 5September 17, 2010Jonathan
This volume is of immense value to any bible study need. Very well formatted, with slight font differences to differentiate between the trio, and a lovely text size, not too large nor too small. The pages are bound quite well and looks as if they will stand up to years of good use. Wesley's Arminian standpoint paired with Henry's Calvinist views are well complimented, and Spurgeon's sermons are indispensable.
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