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The books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther are expounded upon in this clear and concise exposition of the Scriptures. The style is both expository and practical, challenging any believer desiring to learn of God’s ways in the Old Testament.
M. K. Hall shows how the book of Ezra has a message for believers in any situation where return, recovery, restoration or revival is needed in the worship, walk, work and witness of Christians, whether individually or collectively.
C. T. Lacey explains how the book of Nehemiah tells of the Lord ministering comfort to His people following the long dark night that His discipline had imposed upon them. Putting God first, dependence upon Him in prayer, and total obedience to His Word are some of the lessons found.
The book of Esther relates how God takes up an individual to work out His purpose. The story of Esther has been likened to the dawn which proclaims the end of the night. J. M. Flanigan explains how it was God who was watching and overruling in the affairs of men and ordering everything for the good of His people and for His own glory.
Number of Pages: 454
Vendor: Atlas Books
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 1.00 (inches)|
Series: What the Bible Teaches
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