3 edition of Commentary on the prophets of the old testament found in the catalog.
Commentary on the prophets of the old testament
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Sequence of books[ edit ] In the Hebrew Biblethese works were counted as one book. P38 Smith, Gary V. These were soon translated into English and published at Edinburgh. B87x Sasson, Jack M. B24 Raabe, Paul R. Time and again God had warned his people not to worship anything or anyone else but Him, but they continued to do whatever they wanted to do.
I pray that I could absorb all that, live it and teach it. Judgments of the Tribulation 2. B34 Patterson, Richard D. A53x Barker, Kenneth L.
Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Key Verses: Patriarchal Prophets The patriarchal prophets lived in the times of the great patriarchs of the Bible from Abraham through Joshua. Joel and Obadiah. Prophecies to Judah A. Psalms A Commentary BS
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His ship was threatened by a horrific storm and Jonah insisted that the sailors throw him overboard to save themselves. G37x Hillers, Delbert R. The holiness of God — He is absolutely pure, righteous, just, merciful, tender, loving, and longsuffering 2.
Because of the sharp and graphic contrasts that have been preserved in it, the lessons become unmistakable. Yet Zechariah's message and ministry should encourage anyone who is trying to do a work for Christ in any age.
Theologian James Montgomery Boice comments on how the Minor Prophets dramatize the character of God as few other books do: "They highlight God's sovereignty … holiness … [and] love ….
Arnold, Bill T. The Fate of Jerusalem B. Minneapolis: Augsburg, Ezra and Nehemiah: An Introduction and Commentary. First come those prophets dated to the early Assyrian period: Hosea, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah; Joel is undated, but it was possibly placed before Amos because parts of a verse near the end of Joel 3.
Yahweh has poured out His wrath, but in His mercy He will be faithful to His covenant promises. He lashed out against the sins of his countrymenscoring them severely for their idolatry20; ; ;8,25 —which sometimes even involved sacrificing their children to foreign gods Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah: A Commentary.
Date: or B. He identified himself as the son of Pethuel, preached to the people of Judah, and expressed a great deal of interest in Jerusalem.
J Knoppers, Gary N. L66 Miller, Stephen B. The book of Joel also makes ample mention of priests, temple rituals, and nations, such as Phoenicia, Philistia, Egypt, and Edom, that were prominent in the late ninth century BC.
Prophecies Against Ammon E. Some manuscripts are identified by their siglum. His Lament There are more references to Babylon in Jeremiah than in all the rest of the Bible together. The Book of Numbers. We would like each of you to read them, either by yourself … or with your families, and not simply read the words but ponder and pray about their content so that there will come into your lives the desires for righteousness that grow out of the study of the pure, perfect word of God.
However, their vivid pictures of destruction should serve to awaken us from our spiritual stupor.
Joel also made several comments on the priests and the temple, indicating a familiarity with the center of worship in Judah Joel —14; New York: Doubleday, and You will want to become familiar with OTI’s, Bible Geographies, and Encyclopedias. General Works on the Prophets Bullock, C.
Hassell. An Introduction to the Old Testament Prophetic Books. Chicago: Moody, This is an excellent conservative introduction by a man committed to the Scriptures and to scholarship.
It is fresh and up to date on current issues. () The Old Testament Is a Book of Prophecy. The Old Testament was written by “holy men of God [who] spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost” (2 Peter ). Those who were thus moved spoke the mind and will of God (see D&C ).
Jul 21, · Zechariah 12 Commentary: Let’s turn our attention to the Old Testament minor prophet Zechariah and the 12th chapter of his prophecies. Zechariah We’re entering the last main section of this book today as chapters comprise one main section of this book.
Wayne Jackson’s commentary on The Prophets is a scholarly yet practical study tool for this often neglected portion of the Old Testament.
Written for both the teacher and the student, it is fresh and easy to understand—yet not at the expense of sound exegesis. Similar short mini-dramas about modern life are included to explore how families—especially youth—can increase their faith and joy through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Cross references to modern scripture are used throughout the book. Study Commentary on the Old Testament is a refreshing garden of savory morsels of truth that can enrich your 5/5(1). Obadiah prophesied against Israel's enemies. His book provides insights into the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ and why some countries will apparently escape the rule of the Antichrist.
These are three small books of the Bible that contribute a critical perspective for all of us. This is a Study Companion for the Prophets To The Gentiles Commentary.