After decades away from active Bible study, I have been inspired by the compassionate and inspired direction of a wonderful interim pastor here in Castroville, TX. He recommended the Warren W. Wiersbe Commentaries for a study support system. Along with this, I have used the excellent study guides by Paul Blackham available on-line.
I highly recommend both - but Wiesrbe's Commentary seems to track somewhat better with my Life Application Bible, so I have opted to use them and then check back with Paul Blackham's guides to ensure I haven't missed anything.
Again, highly recommend Wiersbe for anyone who is interested in advancing their spiritual and academic knowledge of the Bible and its meaning for individual study.
I use to work for a Christian retailer for several years and was acutely aware of Warren W. Wiersbe and his works, among a plethora of other writer's resources. In my decision to delve deeper into the Bible by way of commentary resource(s), I chose to lay out the equivalent commentary of the particular book of the Bible from the various authors I chose (McGee, MacArthur, Boice, Henry, Wiersbe, Phillips, among more!) and essentially narrowed my preferences down to two authors: J. Vernon McGee and Warren W. Wiersbe, who were the easiest to understand but still get a rich commentary.
Specifically, this product came as described. I'm very satisfied and am sure this will come in handy as an invaluable resource in my library.
I have used this set to help organize sermons, and so far, it has been very valuable with the outlines and expositional commentary. Commentary is concise, so other resources are necessary. However, it has been good as a beginning point for an understanding of the big idea and context of any text.