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Commentary on the Book of Colossians Robert Cavender
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ISBN: 9781642542967
The book of Colossians is one of four epistles written by the Apostle Paul during his Roman imprisonment, the other three books are: Ephesians, Philippians, and Philemon. Colosse was a city in Asia Minor located in the Lycus River Valley which is now western Turkey. It was about 100 miles east of Ephesus. Colosse formed a triangle with its two sister cities, Hierapolis and Laodicea (See Col.4:13-16). They both were located within a day's journey of Colosse. This was not a church that Paul had started during any of his missionary trips, but apparently it was founded through the preaching and teaching of Epaphras (Col.1:7). Some of the church's memebership consisted of masters and ...
Commentary on the Book of Esther Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Esther
Commentary on the Book of Jonah Robert Cavender
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ISBN: 9781682730157
A verse by verse Commentary on the book of Jonah.
Commentary on the Book of Jude Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Jude
Commentary on the Book of Judges Robert Cavender
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ISBN: 9781642547429
The book of Judges is the second of the Historical books in the Old Testament. It picks up where Joshua leaves off and continues the narrative. The time period covered in the book is approximately three hundred years. The author of the book is not given in the text, but it is believed by some Bible students that Samuel may have been the author. Yet others surmise that King Hezekiah or possible Ezra could have written the manuscript. In the book of Judges we see a vicious cycle repeated over and over again. First the children of Israel rebel against the LORD through idolatry, then comes judgement for their sin, later they repent and turn back to the LORD, then finally God sends a Judge ...
Commentary on the Book of Malachi Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Malachi.
Commentary on the Book of Obadiah Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Obadiah
Commentary on the Book of Philemon Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Philemon.
Commentary on the Book of Philippians Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Philippians
Commentary on the Book of Proverbs Robert Cavender
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A “proverb” is a short sentence that summarizes a wise saying. This is a fitting title for the book. Outlines and Summary of the Book I. Wisdom's call (Ch.1-9) A father is instructing his children, and is praising wisdom to them. Wisdom is personified as a lovely and virtuous woman, calling men to come to her and enjoy the blessings of God. Folly is personified as a wicked, immoral harlot who also calls men and entices them, but she entices them with lies and leads them down the path to destruction. II. Wisdom’s Contrasts (Ch.10-15) A series of proverbs, most of which are presented as contrasts, showing what wisdom does, then what folly does. III. Wisdom’s Counsels (Ch.16-31) Prove ...

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